Ralph Baric

 
  Professor
Epidemiology

Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile

  Michael Hooker Res Bldg
Campus Box 7435

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T: 919-966-3895
F: 919-966-2089

rbaric@email.unc.edu

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Education
1983 North Carolina State University PhD, Microbiology
1977 North Carolina State University BS, Zoology
 
 
Research interests

  • Infectious diseases
 
Practice activities

 

Current Positions

Present Associate Research Professor
  Microbiology and Immunology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health. Learn about the Research and Innovation Solutions (RIS) Gillings Innovation Lab.
Since: 2001 Professor
  Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health

Professional Memberships

American Society for Microbiology
American Society for Virology
American Association for the Advancement of Science

 
Staff/administrative responsibilities

 

Honors

Harvey Weaver Scholar from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Established Investigator from the American Heart Association
Gillings Innovation Laboratory 2008-2010
Finalist, World Technology Award 2004

 
Key publications
*Lindesmith, L., Donaldson, E., Lobue, A., Cannon, J., Vinje, J., and Baric, R.S. (2007)
Mechanisms of GII.4 Norovirus Persistence in Human Populations..
PLOS Medicine: vol.12;5(2):e31.

*Rockx, B., Corti, D., Donaldson, E., Sheahan T., Stadler K., Lanzavecchia A., and Baric, R.S. (2007)
Structural Basis for Potent Cross-Neutralizing Human Monoclonal Antibody Protection Against Lethal Human and Zoonotic SARS-CoV Challenge..
J Virol: vol.82(7), p.3220-35.

*Rockx, B., Sheahan, T., Donaldson, E., Harkema, J., Sims, A., Heise, M., Pickles, R., Cameron, M., Kelvin, D., and Baric, R.S. (2007)
Synthetic Reconstruction of Zoonotic and Early Human SARS-CoV Isolates that produce Fatal Disease in Aged Mice..
J Virol: vol.81(14), p.7410-23.

*Deming, D.J., Sheahan, T., Yount, B., Davis, N., Sims, A., West, A., Heise, M., Whitmore, A., Donaldson, E., Curtis, K., Johnston, R.E. and R.S. Baric (2006)
Vaccine Efficacy in Senescent Mice Challenged with Synthetically Resurrected SARS-CoV Strain GD03..
PLOS Medicine: vol.3, p.2359-2375.

*Yount, B., Roberts, R.S., Lindesmith, L., and Baric, R.S. (2006)
Rewiring the SARS-CoV transcription circuit: Engineering a recombination-resistant genome..
PNAS USA: vol.103, p.459-465.