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Jeff Hall

Title: Research Virologist
Phone: 608-270-2458

Education and/or Training

B.S. 1980 Dana College, Blair Nebraska Biology/Psychology
PhD 2001 University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Nebraska Biological Sciences - viral diseases

Areas of Specialization and or Research Interests

Disease ecology
Viral diseases

Current USGS Research and Projects

Avian influenza highly pathogenic H5N1 in shorebirds, raptors and waterbirds
Experimental infection study on AI

Professional Experience

2007 – Present USGS National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, WI Research Virologist
2003 – 2007 USDA APHIS NWRC Ft. Collins, CO Virologist/Laboratory Manager

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

American Society for Virology
University of Nebraska Plant Pathology Graduate Student Association
University of Nebraska Biological Science Graduate Student Association

Selected Publications

Robert J. Dusek, Jeffrey S. Hall, Sean W. Nashold, Joshua L. Teslaa and Hon S. Ip. (2011) Evaluation of Nobuto paper strips for the detection of avian influenza antibodies. Avian Dis. 55:674-676.

Jeffrey S. Hall, J. Christian Franson, Robert E. Gill Jr., Carol Meteyer, Joshua L. TeSlaa, Sean Nashold, Robert J. Dusek and Hon S. Ip. (2011) Experimental challenge and pathogenesis of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N1 in dunlin (Calidris alpina), an intercontinental migrant shorebird species. Influenza and other Respiratory Diseases. 5:365-372.

Jeffrey S. Hall, Sean Nashold and Joshua L. TeSlaa. Swine Influenza’s Promiscuous Past, Present, and Future. In: Pandemic Influenza Virus: Science, Surveillance and Public Health edited by S.K. Majumdar, F.J. Brenner, J.E. Huffman, R.G. McLean, A.I. Panah, P.J. Pietrobon, S.P. Keeler, and S. Shive. (2011) The Pennsylvania Academy of Science. pp103-111.

Hwa S-H, Iams KP, Hall JS, Kingstad BA and Osorio JE. (2010) Characterization of recombinant racoonpox vaccine vectors in chickens. Avian Dis. 54:1157-1165.

Brown, JD, MP Luttrell, RD Berghaus, W Kistler, SP Keeler, A Howey, B Wilcox, JS Hall, W Boyce, L Niles, A Dey, G Knutsen, K Fritz and DE Stallknecht. (2010) Prevalence of antibodies to type A influenza virus in wild avian species using two serologic assays. J. Wildlife Dis. 46(3):896-911.

Jeffrey S. Hall, Hon S. Ip, J. Christian Franson, Carol Meteyer, Sean Nashold, Joshua L. TeSlaa, John French, Patrick Redig and Christopher Brand. (2009) Experimental infection of a North American raptor, American kestrel (Falco sparverius), with highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5N1). PLoS One 4(10): e7555. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007555

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