Keeping up with 21st century viruses has proven to be a tall task. Leveraging genomics, bioinformatics and synthetic genomics expertise at JCVI, coupled with conventional scientific approaches, we are committed to developing better vaccines and therapeutics, by gaining a deeper understanding of how viruses cause disease.
Mechanisms of Influenza Driven Cardiac DysfunctionThis research will give us a better understanding of the full spectrum of the pathogenesis of influenza and other viruses like it.
Genomics of Chikungunya Virus
Sequencing Chikungunya virus genomes isolated from the Western hemisphere during the 2014 Caribbean outbreak
Genomics of Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Sequencing clinical isolates of Respiratory Syncytial Virus in various locations
Genomics of Influenza A and Influenza B Viruses
Sequencing Influenza genomes isolated from various hosts and locations
Viral Synthetic Genomics to Engineer Large dsDNA Viruses
Rapid engineering of large dsDNA viruses using synthetic genomics assembly tools.
Assembly of HSV-1
Use of cutting-edge synthetic genomics technology to revolutionize the study of herpesvirus biology.
A Synthetic Human Cytomegalovirus Vaccine Platform
Generation of an HCMV low passage clinical isolate using synthetic genomics.