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Albert, Fred. web Tel: 406-556-0300, fax: 406-587-6267. Montana BioResources, Inc. Bozeman, MT USA Current TSE research interests: Identification and development of therapeutic compounds that inhibit infectious prion formation.
Aguzzi, Adriano. Zurich, Role of immune system in prion diseases. Tel 41 1 255 28 29, 41 1 255 28 29 21 07. Fax 41 1 255 44 02
Almond, Jeff , British researcher
Arya, Subhash , India researcher
Bennett, Mike. Environmental Technology Centre, Department of Chemical Engineering, UMIST, PO Box 88, Manchester M60 1QD, 0161 200 4388, 0161 200 4399, Has done statistical calculations on the BSE epidemic
Barnard, Geoff. working in James Hope lab, Institute for Animal Health Compton Berkshire RG20 7NN, diagnostics of CJD, slimple lab test for normal isoform
Baybutt, Herbert. Institute for Animal Health, BBSRC and MRC Neuropathogenesis Unit, Edinburgh, UK. Works on prion promoter and expression
Bessen, Richard. Dept. of Medical Microbiology & Immunology, Creighton University Omaha, NE: interests: pathogenesis of TME; molecular basis of TSE strain diversity. Tel (402) 280-3072; Fax (402) 280-1875
Billeter, Martin , Professor, G–teborg University, Sweden. tel: +46 31 773 3925 fax: +46 31 773 3910 Web, prion research no longer main focus of work but collaborations ongoing. 3D-structures of proteins and molecular complexes with proteins: prion, homeodomain-DNA complexes, hydration of proteins and complexes: role of water molecules, comparison and homology modelling of protein structures, NMR structure determinations.
Buitkamp, Johannes. Bayerische Landesanstalt fuer Tierzucht, Grub Germany. Tel.: 089/99 141-300 / 301; Fax : 089/99 141-105. web
Burlingame, Alma L. studies glycoproteins, position 180 and 196 in mouse, see Biochemisty 38: 4885-95 99 and Biochemistry 32: 1991-2002 93.
Bolton, David , Department of Virology NY State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Diseases, Staten Island, New York tel: 718 494 0600. Discovered proteinase K resistance, protein-only model of JS Griffith.
Bons, Noelle. Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Neuromorphologie Fonctionnelle, UniversitČ Montpellier, France Tel : (33) 04.67.52.40.08 Fax; (33) 04.67.63.33.27. Major 1999 PNAS article on BSE transmission to primates in French zoos.
Bossers, Alex . Institute for Animal Science and Health, PO box 65, 8200 AB Lelystad, NL, Tel: +31-(0)320-238273, Fax: +31-(0)320-238153/238050, Web, sheep alleles, species barrier, in vitro test of conversion
Bosque, Patrick . UCSF, formerly deletion mutants, latest skeletal muscle replication.
Brown, David R . Department of Biochemistry University of Cambridge UK. Works on neurodegeneration, interested in the function of the prion protein in different cell types.
Brown, Paul . NIH NINDS. longtime CJD researcher tel 301-496-5292, fax 301-496-8275
Bruce, Moira. Edinburgh. veteran TSE researcher: interests: strain-typing
Brugere-Picoux, Jeanne. Pathologie medicale du betail et des animaux de basse-cour, Ecole nationale veterinaire d'Alfort. Tel : 33 (1) 43 96 71 22; Fax : 33 (1) 43 96 09 67
Budka, Herbert . Vienna, , professor of neuropathology at the University of Vienna; head, Austrian Reference Centre for Human Prion Diseases
Bujdoso, Raymond. Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge. Tel: 01223 337655,Fax: 01223 337610. Research area: investigating the interaction of prions with the immune system.
Carlson, George A. lab web tel 406 454 6044; fax: 406 454 6019 McLaughlin Research Institute, 1520 23rd Street S., Great Falls, Montana USA. Current TSE research interests: application of mouse genetics to neurodegenerative diseases; recent QTL mapping of auxillary genes
Cashman, Neil . ..McGill. works on prions in mononuclear cells, lymphocytes, monocytes, and bone marrow stem cell precursors, raised question of mononucleosis in activation of B and T cells in context of nvCJD
Carp RI. Department of Virology, NYS Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, Staten Island 10314-6399 latest paper: scrapie interaction with murine leukemia virus
Caughey, Byron . Senior Investigator NIAID; Name rhymes with 'Joey'. telephone 406-363-9264/9291 lab; fax 1 406 363 9371. In vitro conversion, glycosaminoglycan inhibitors, basis for strains, many significant studies. Web
Cervenakova, Larisa ., American Red Cross, (301) 378-0675 tel, 0708 fax, , MD, PhD veteran CJD researcher, long-term interest in familial CJD.
Chen, Shu G. . Case Western Reserve University: telephone (216) 368-8925; fax: (216) 368-2546; lab web. Current TSE research interests (briefly): Structural characterization of human PrP and doppel protein. Recent abstracts 1, 2.
Chesebro, Bruce . Rocky Mtn Lab, Persistent VIral Diseases, Laboratory Chief 406-363-9354 voice, -9204 fax, web
Clarke, AR . Department of Biochemistry, School of Medical Sciences, Bristol. Co-author on prion in vitro conversion paper, observation that repeat region conformation is similar to the poly-L-proline type II left-handed helix.
Cohen, Fred 1, 2. UCSF, Web, prion image gallery, Prion protein structure prediciton
Collinge, John. but "quicker to go through his personal assisstant", Imperial College UK, Tel: +44 (0) 171 594 3760, tel: 44 171 594 3769; fax 44 171 706 7094. Web or this, genetic basis of prion disease, strain-typing
Collins S. Australian National CJD Registry, Department of Pathology, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria. Major 1999 Lancet study on surgical CJD risk
Comer, Philip. Numerous consulting risk studies, DNV, UK+44 171 716 6535
Comincini, Sergio. telephone: +39 0382 505567; cell. 0339-6701930; fax: +39 0382 528496 Current TSE research interests: prion and prion-doppel comparative genetics
Cooke, Jennifer. telephone/fax: +61 2 95186328 address: PO Box 672, Glebe. NSW. 2037. Australia. Sydney Morning Herald senior journalist, author of 'Cannibals Cows & the CJD Catastrophe' (Random House Australia only) which traces the history of prion diseases with particular emphasis on their accidental spread.
Cousens, Simon N. active in nvCJD surveillance.
Cras, Patrick. neuropathologist involved in studying CJD in Antwerp Belgium Web 1, 2, 3 Lab. of Neurobiology. Born Bunge Foundation,University Hospital of Antwerp, 32 (0) 821 57 57 voice mail, 32 (0) 3 825 54 67 fax
Cunningham, Andrew. Veterinary Pathologist, Institute of Zoology, London Zoo. Colleague of Kirkwood who investigated early cases of zoo BSE. Tel/ +44 (0)171 449 6674; Fax/ +44 (0)171 586 1457
Dealler, Stephen...Burnby UK. Special interests: BSE epidemic, transmission through blood, glycosides. Web
Dermaut, Bart Department of Molecular Genetics, Neurogenetics group, Flanders Interuniversity Institute for Biotechnology (VIB-08) University of Antwerp (UIA) Belgium tel.: + 32 3 820.23.33 fax.: + 32 3 820.25.41 web
Detwiler,Linda. or try 1, 2 Senior Staff Veterinarian USDA, APHIS, Veterinary Services tel 609-259-5825
Deslys, Jean-Philippe. CEA Fontenay-aux-Roses. Phone: 0033-1-4654-8279; Fax: 0033-1-4654-7726. Recent PNAS paper gives concern over scrapie to human transmission.
Diringer, Heino...Robert Koch Institute des Bundesgesundheitsamtes D1000 Berlin Germany. tel 0049 30 4547 2230 Fax 4547 2609
Dodelet, Vincent. Montreal, normal function of prion protein, developmental expression patterns and possible signalling functions
De Armond, Stephen J. UCSF Pathology/Neuropathology professor. Phone: (415) 502-6603 or476-1701
Doherr, Marcus. assistant professor Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of Bern; until recently at Swiss Federal Veterinary Office. Phone: +41.31.631.2428; Fax: +41.31.631.2538. web
Dolf, Gaudenz. Institute of Animal Breeding, University of Berne, Switzerland. tel 41 31 6312 320 fax 41 31 6312 640. Current research interests
Donnelly, Christl. expert on BSE epidemiology, maternal transmission data, risk analysis. Centre, BSE Research C A Donnelly web sites
Dron,M...Laboratory of Viral Oncology CNRS Villejuif, France. Scrapie-responsive genes.
Doyle, Diedre...University College Dublin, Zoology staff. Sequenced prion gene from greyhounds.
Dundee, John Forrest . UK,Web, Prions and prion diseases, including BSE. Lectins, especially from the Amaryllidaceae:their interaction with HIV and other retroviruses.
Dunne, Patrick W. fax: 9798459972. Texas A&M University Research interests: development of BSE-resistant cattle by gene targeting the PrP locus.
Edenhofer, Frank Oliver . Munich, Web1, Web2. Identification and characterization of prion cofactors, Heterologous expression of prion proteins.
Farquhar, Christine F.. engaged in research on TSEs for 20 years; interesed in the establishment of peripheral infections, involvement of non-CNS tissues in the pathogenesis of nvCJ and species barriers. Made the anti-PrP antibodies used by the CJD Surveillance Unit and MAFF and distributed them worldwide.
Ferretti, Luca. alt. email. Dipartimento di Genetica e Microbiologia DGM University of Pavia. Telephone: 39 382 505567 Fax: 39 382 528496
Farr-Jones, Shauna. Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF, Phone 415.476.0707 Fax 415.502.7457 Web Determined hamster prion nmr structure in TL James lab
Finckh, Ulrich. University Hospital Eppendorf, Dept. of Human Genetics, Hamburg, Germany. Tel.: ++49 ++40 42803 -4615 FAX -5138. Early onset dementia patient set had numerous presenilin and CJD mutations.
Foster, James. Institute for Animal Health, BBSRC Neuropathogenesis Unit, Edinburgh, UK. Broad interests.
Gabizon, Ruth. Hadassah Univ. Hosp, Jerusalem. tel 972 277 7858; fax 972 243 7782
Gambetti, Pierluigi or email@example.com, Neuropathology, Case Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio. (216) 368-2000 (Case keeps phone numbers secret) National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center
Garland, Tam , Texas researcher captive bolt rendering problems
Geist, Val , Alberta emeritous professor of environmental studies at U Calgary. Expert on native cervids and risks of TSE
Ghetti, Bernardino Indian University, pathology, no web. Numerous papers on assorted amyloids, works on Indiana kindred F198S.
Gibbs, Joe. NIH, NINDS, LCNSS, kuru, CJD, species barrier. Deceased. 23 Feb 2001
Glockshuber, Rudi. Zurich. tel: 41 1 633 6819; fax 41 1 633 1036Web, Prion protein structure and foldings, disulfide bonds
Goldfarb, Lev or alt. email, fax: (301) 480-8588, phone: 496-8800, direct 301 402 1480, Nat'l Institute of Neurological Disorders, Bethesda. veteran CJD researcher
Goldmann, Wilfred. Institute for Animal Health AFRC MRC Edinburgh, , ignores email, prion genetics
Dolf, Gaudenz. Institute of Animal Breeding,University of Berne. Telephone: 41 31 6312320 Fax: 41 31 6312640
Guilbert, Christophe. Laboratoire de Modelisation et d'Ingenierie des Proteines. Universite Paris-Sud tel: 33-(0)1-69 15 71 41; fax: 33-(0)1-69 85 37 15. Interests: conformation changes of prion protein studied by molecular dynamics. Lab web site: coming soon
Hill, Andrew. London, human prion protein in cell and bacterial expression systems
Hamir, Amirali. veterinary diagnostic patholgist for the 20 years. Research interests: comparative neuropathology (mainly infectious etiology). Showed Oregon raccoorn encephalopathy to be a lipid storage disease, not a TSE. Hansen, Michael. Consumer's Union molecular biologist, , porcine spongiform encephalopathy, tel 914-378-2452
Harbitz, Ingrid. Department of Biochemistry, Physiology and Nutrition, Norwegian School of Veterinary Science. Sequenced sheep and cow doppels and studied expression.
Harris, David. WUSL. In vitro con version to rogue conformer..., tel 314-362-4690, fax 314-362-7463
Harrington, Charles. 14-3-3 test, Abbott Labs. Prion project manager: Wortley,Katherine
Heynkes, Roland. Germany, Web, theoretical biologist, expert on prion scientific literature
Holyoak, Reed and Shiquan Wang, (801) 797-1885, Logan, Utah, Utah State Univeristy/USDA-APHIS-VS, embryo transfer in the transmission of scrapie in sheep, scrapie infectivity in vitro sheep embryos, semen, and prion genetics. Seeking suspect scrapie infected rams and ewes.
Hope, James. Institute for Animal Health Compton Berkshire RG20 7NN, , genetics of scrapie, diagnostics of CJD
Hunter, Nora. Institute for Animal Health AFRC MRC Edinburgh, , genetics of scrapie
Inouye, Hideyo. Boston,Web, x-ray and NMR structure of prion protein
Ironside, J W. London, Web, Various aspects of prion diseases, member Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Surveillance Unit
Jackson, GS. Prion Disease Group, Department of Neurogenetics, Imperial College School of Medicine at St. Mary's. Lead author of in vitro prion conversion study in 18 Mar 99 Science
James, Thomas. nrm structural determination of hamster prion, see April 99 article in Biochemistry
Juszczak, Laura. Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY. Telephone: 718 430 3214; fax: 718 430 8819. Current TSE interest: biophysical/spectroscopic characterization of the PrC to PrSc/aggregation process as controlled by sol-gel encapsulation.
Kawashima T. Department of Neuropathology, Neurological Institute Faculty of Medcine Kyushu University 60 Fukuoka Japan tel 0081 92 642 5539; fax 0081 227 178 148. Japanese expert.
Kelly Jeff. Scripps, mainly transthyretin work, many reviews of general amyloid.
Kaneko, Kiyotoshi. Director, Division of Cortical Function Disorders, National Institute of Neurology, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, 4-1-1 Ogawahigashi, Kodaira, Tokyo 187-8502, Japan. Tel: 81-42-346-1718; fax: 81-42-346-1748 lab web site. Current TSE research interests: prion interacting proteins. Recent medline abstracts: 1, 2, 3 ...
Kenward, Nigel. UK,Examine cells expressing the prion protein PrP, challenge with various agents and examine the effect on the disease agent and the proteolytic system of the cells
Kirkwood, James. former London Zoo vet who tracks TSE in zoo animals; with Benbow and Cunningham, first called attention to endangered species implications of TSE. MAFF refused to fund their leading researcher further in 1995.
Kitamoto, T. Department of Neuropathology Kyushu University of Fukuoka Japan. tel 0081 227 178 181; fax 0081 227 178 148 Japanese authority on CJS, involved in the biochemical assessment of prion structure
Don P. Knowles. ARS, ADRU, 337 Bustad,WSU, Pullman, WA 99164-7030. Telephone (509) 335-6022; fax (509) 335-8328. Lab did scrapie eyelid test, has also worked on TME and scrapie transmission to cattle.
Kocisko, David. Montana, in vitro prion production
Kretzschmar, Hans Professor, Institut für Neuropathologie; Referenzzentrum für Prionkrankheiten der DGNN, Munich. Tel. +49-89-7095-4900; Fax +49-89-7095-4903 web
Langeveld, Jan. ID-DLO, PO box 65, 8200 AB Lelystad, The Netherlands. Phone: +31-320-238124, Fax +31-320-238050. Interests: Pepscan, (TSE) antibodies, early TSE diagnostics
Laplanche, Jean-Louis . Service de Biochimie et de Biologie Moleculaire C.R. Claude Bernard, "Pathologies Experimentales et Communication Cellulaire" Hopital Lariboisiere, Paris. tel : (33) 220.127.116.11.36; fax : (33) 18.104.22.168.77
Lathe, Richard. Edinburgh, Memory and the Hippocampus, Neurosteroids, Alzheimers, Prion diseases, Variegation
Lazemas, Corinne. prominent French CJD researcher, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique
Laszlo, Lajos. Department of General Zoology, Eotvos University of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary phone: 36-1-266 9833 Ext. 2623 fax: 36-1-266 7884. Research interests: cell biology of prion pathogenesis.
Lee, Inyoul. Senior Fellow, Molecular Biotechnology, Hood lab. Sequencer of 100 kilobases of human, mouse, and sheep prions tel 206-685-7338; 685-7337, 685-7367
Lee, Kelvin. Cornell, formerly Harrington group, Cal Tech 14-3-3 pre-mortem CJD test
Lehmann, Sylvain . Harris group, now in France T183A in vitro
Lemaire-Vieille Catherine. Tel: 333-20-87-10-66; Fax: 333-20-87-10-19. CNRS, IBL, Institut Pasteur de Lille, France. Current TSE research interests: Species barrier by the use of transgenic mice, prp gene regulation
Le Pape, Yves. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Social Sciences INRA Grenoble, web site: 1, 2, 3; telephone: 33-4-76825438; fax: 33-4-76825455. Current TSE research interests : analyse of interactions between scientific production and decision-making in the BSE crisis
Liebman, Susan. U. Illinois Psi prion expert. Tel.: 312-996-4662; Fax: 312-413-2691
Lindquist, Susan. U. Chicago yeast prion expert. new area code: phone 773-702-8049, fax 773-702-7254
MacLeod, Nikki. Web, Electrophysiological studies of membrane and synaptic properties of neurones in neurodegenerative disease. Dept of Physiology, U Med School, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, UK. Phone: (0)131-650-3268 (w), (0)131-556-9958 (h) Fax: (0)131-650-6527.
McLennan, Neil , Recently began post-doc with Ironside at CJD Surveillance Unit, Edinburgh. Main research has concerned the actions of molecular chaperones and protein folding. Ideas concerning the search for the elusive 'protein X'; current remit is to analyse (Western blots, RISH etc.) Prp-C in non-CJD human tissues.
Marcotte, Edward. UCLA-DOE post-doc, recombinant prion expression. phone: (310) 825-9847, fax: (310) 206-3914
Madec, J. Y. cheetah TSE expert at CNEVA Lyon, France phone: +33 4 78 72 65 43, fax: +33 4 78 61 91 45
Mallucci, Giovanna. London,Web, I am working on producing transgenic mouse models of prion diseases focussing initially on mimicing the normal disease process at a molecular level, aiming to eventually produce animal models of the various human prion diseases.
Manivet, Philippe. Service de Biochimie et de Biologie Moleculaire C.R. Claude Bernard, "Pathologies Experimentales et Communication Cellulaire" Unite de Simulation Moleculaire Hopital Lariboisiere, Paris. tel : (33) 22.214.171.124.36; fax : (33) 126.96.36.199.77
Manuelidis, Laura. Yale, tel 203-785-4442, fax 203-785-5269 viral theory of prion disease
Martinez-Lage, Juan F. . Regional Service of Neurosurgery, Virgen de la Arrixaca University Hospital, National Health Service, Murcia (Spain). Fields of research: Iatrogenic CJD (dura mater-related CJD) and risks and prevention of CJD by neurosurgery. Phone +34 968 369500 (extension 29489) Fax +34 968 369 678
Mead, Simon M. London group, interests include doppel, SNPs, QTL, prion haplotypes
Mehlhorn, Ingrid. San Francisco, involved in structural studies of the prion protein. Experience in molecular biology, protein expression in a bacterial system, protein purification and some knowledge of x-ray crystallography.
Meiner, Zeev. UCSF,Web, Department of Neurology (Prusiner group)
Miller, Janice. Iowa,prion immunochemist, ARS, USDA, Ames, Iowa (Cutlip group)
Miller, Michael W. Colorado Division of Wildlife 317 West Prospect Road Fort Collins, Colorado 80526-2097 USA. Voice: (970)484-2836, ext. 348, fax: (970)490-6066 chronic wasting disease
Mironov, Alexander Division of Tumor Biology, H4 The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam: cellular biology of PrPC and PrPSc. telephone:+31-(0)20-512-2017, fax: +31-(0)20-512-2029
Narang, Harash. TSE researcher. email via Ken Ball International, home tel 0191-281-6622, work tel 0191-281-5311, mobile tel 0831-444-104, work fax 011-44-191-281-0611
Nishida, Noriyuki. Nagasak, Prion resarch, Aging process, Mechanism of neuronal cell death
Neilson, Stuart. Department of Human Sciences, Brunel University of West London, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH, 01895 274000 ext 2504, Applying epidemiologcal models to the statistical data from MAFF to see if they will fit
Oesch, Bruno , Swiss prion researcher, Zurich, Prionics, anti-prion diagnostics
Olsaker, Ingrid...Department of Morphology, Genetics and Aquatic Biology, Norwegian College of Veterinary Medicine OSLO, Norwa.y Telephone: 47 22964779 Fax: 47 22964758
O'Rourke, Katherine. Research microbiologist, scrapie genetics, early diagnostic techniques, and transmission of chronic wasting disease in mule deer and elk. USDA, ARS, ADRU WSU 337 Bustad Pullman, WA tel 509-335-6020, fax 509-335-8328
Palmer, Mark. London, Web
Pattison, John. London, Web; tel 44 171 209 6303; fax 44 171 383 2462
Pochiari, Maurizio. Registro Nazionale della Malattia di CJ Instituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome, Italy, Tel 39-6-49903312, fax 39-6-49387199, Details about infection in blood
Percy, Neville S. . London
Petersen, Robert B.. Genetics of human prion disease and cell biology of prion protein. Case Western Reserve University, Institute of Pathology. Tel 216 368 6709; fax 216 368 2546
Piccardo, Pedro. Indiana, neuropathology.
Pirez, Manuel. Major Portuguese researcher, knows about what is going on in the country re BSE,
Pocchiari, Maurizio alternate email, Rome researcher, tel: 39 649 903203; fax 39 649 38 7199
Pringle, Thomas. interests: prion molecular evolution, normal function, genomics and bioinformaticsWeb Oregon US 97405
Prusiner, Stanley, UCSF Neurology. Phone: (415) 476-4482; Fax: (415) 476-8386 Web, many aspects of prion disease and molecular biology
Raeber, Alex. Director of Research, Prionics. Broad interests in prion disease and diagnostics. Phone: +41 44 200 20 00; Direct +41 44 200 21 18; Fax +41 44 200 20 10
Race, Richard. National Institute of Health Laborotory for Persistent Vial Diseases, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, Hamilton
Montana USA 59840, 406 363 3211 Most recent paper on distribution of infectivity and protease K resistance in placenta, lymph, spleen.
Rachidi, Walid. Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France. Current TSE research interests: studies on implication of PrP in oxidative stress, copper abd zinc metabolism. Tel:04 76 63 74 56 or 06 19 55 29 80; Fax:04 76 63 74 85
Reznik, Gary,telephone: 415-206-6884; fax: 415-206-6997 Dept. of Surgery, University of California at San Francisco. Current TSE research interests (briefly): protein folding, cellular stress, signal transduction and prion diseases
Richards, Mike. MAFF, Central Veterinary Lab, Weybridge, , Surrey KT15 3NB, UK, 019323 41111, Epidemiologist. reasonable and rational
Ricketts, Maura N. ,now at WHO, formerly at Laboratory Centre for Disease Control, Health Canada c/o Division of Blood-borne Pathogens, LCDC bldg PL 0603E1, Tunney's Pasture Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0L2, Fax: 011-41-22-791-489, interests: iatrogenic CJD and overlap with biological products produced from animal, specifically cattle, products.
Rivera-Milla, Eric. Developmental Neurobiology, Department of Biology, University of Konstanz. telephone: +49 (0) 7531 88 4088 (office)- 3121 (lab), Fax: +49 (0) 7531 88 4863. Current TSE research interests: Molecular evolution of PrP genes in vertebrates; role of PrP genes (duplicated) in fish. abstract
Robinson, Mark. Head, Animal Production Unit, FAO/IAEA Central Laboratory for ELISA and Molecular Techniques, FAO/IAEA Agriculture and Biotechnology Laboratory P.O. Box 100 A-1400 Vienna Austria. Former TSE worker, now with broader animal disease interests< returning soon to US DA ARS
Rogers, Mark. UC Dublin Zoology. Glycosylation, prion sequences from rabbit and dog
Rossi, Daniela. Dept. Pharmacological Sciences, University of Milan, tel: +39 02 5031 8327; fax: +39 02 5031 8284. Current TSE research interests: molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration in prion diseases.
Sahsamanoglou, Michail. Thessaloniki, Protein-protein interactions of prion protein in health and disease
Sakaguchi, Suehiro. Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Nagasaki University School of Medicine, Japan. Independently discovered doppel.
Schaetzl, Hermann. Principal Investigator, Prion Research Group, Max von Pettenkofer-Institute for Virology at the Genecenter Munich, Germany phone: --49-89-74017-207/210, fax: --49-89-74017-320
Schmerr, Mary Jo. Research Chemist, National Animal Disease Center, Respiratory & Neurologic Disease Research Ames, Iowa tel (515) 239-8287 X287 fax (515) 239-8458 web
Schwartz, Phillip E. . Director of Scientific Development, Affinity BioReagents, Golden, CO 80401 TEL: 800-527-4535 FAX: 303-278-2424 web
Schreuder, Bram. ID-DLO, PO box 65, 8200 AB Lelystad, The Netherlands. Veterinarian. Phone: +31-320-238385 fax: +31-320-238050. Interests: preclinical diagnosis, TSE pathology, rendering.
Scott, Michael R. associate professor UCSF, involved in various aspects of mainstream TSE research. Phone: (415) 502-4119 or 476-4482
Sinonic, Tatjana; Stefano Duga, Fabrizio Ceciliani, ... and Severino Ronchi. Dept. of Biology and Genetics for Medical Sciences Via Viotti 3/5 20133 Milano; Tel +39.2.23693218 Fax +39.2.70602472. Determining prion gene structure and protein properties from turtle, frog, and fish.
Sklaviadis, Theodoros. telephone:30 31 997615; fax: 30 31 997645; lab web site. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Current TSE research interests: protein/ peptide interactions, glycosylation and PrP detection; epidemiology of scrapie and CJD in Greece.
Smits, Mari. tel: +31 320 238270; fax: +31 320 238153 Institute for Animal Science and Health (ID-Lelystad) P.O. Box 65, 8200 AB Lelystad, NL
Somerville, Robert. Institute for Animal Health BBSRC and MRC Neuropathogenesis Unit...King's Building Campus, West Mains Rd, Edinburgh. Interesting 1999 paper on variation of prion glycosylation by brain region: J Gen Virol 1999 80:1865-72.
Soto, Claudio. NYU Medical Center. veteran Alzheimer researcher with active interest in CJD.
Soto Renou, Emma. Lab web, telephone:01223 339876; fax: 01223 334162. Institute of Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, U.K. Current TSE research interests :prion protein structure and function, diagnostics and therapeutics
Spraker, Terry. Colorado State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, CWD specialist
Surewicz, Witold K. Case Western Reserve University. Phone: (216) 368-0139 Fax: (216)368-2546. Protein chemist/biophysicist; research interests of group include the structure, folding pathway, conformational stability, and fibrillization of the prion protein. Also biophysical properties of A-beta peptide and Alzheimer's disease.
Swietnicki, Wieslaw. Cleveland CWRU/Pathology, voice(216)368-1307, fax(216)368-2546. Interested in the structural properties of the human prion, full length folding and conformational study JBC(1997)44:27517, soon truncated 90-231 etc.
Tagliavini, F. Instituto Neurologico "C. Besta", Via Celoria 11, 20133 Milano, Italy, PrP fragment toxicity, insertion repeats
Taraboulos, Albert. Molecular Biology, Hadassah Medical School Jerusalem, fax 972 278 4010, Formerly under Prusiner. Cellular metabolism of GPI anchored proteins. The cellular and molecular biology ofprion diseases. Amyloidoses including connection with Alzheimers
Tayebi, Mourad. UCL/Prion Unit United Kingdom (web); current TSE research interests: diagnosis/therapy pf prion diseases.
Telling, Glenn... Jan 00: Could use a couple good postdocs, new prion research group at the University of Kentucky, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, Lexington, KY. Tel: (606) 257-1412 Ext 296 web
Tipper, Donald... U. Mass. Med School. telephone: 508 856 2308 fax: 508 856 5920 Lab is expressing SHa and mouse/hamster prion protein fusions in yeast along lines of Hegde, Lingappa et al, comparing observed transmembrane orientations with those of mammalian microsomes, to determine effects of conformational and charge influences adjacent to the central conserved hydrophobic region on translocation. Looking for a post doc as of 26 Jul 99. JBC 1998 vol273: 24963-71
Tuo, Wenbin... Animal Disease Research Unit, USDA/ARS, PO Box 646630, ADBF, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164-6630. telephone: (509) 335-6312; fax: (509) 335-8328. Current TSE research interests: maternal transmission of scrapie
Van Everbroeck, Bart ... Neurobiology, UIA, VIB, BBF, University of Antwerp, Belgium lab web site, telephone: 32 03 8202650, fax: 32 03 8202669. Current TSE research interests: Diagnosis of CJD (Neuropathology, CSF); Genomics of CJD (susceptibility genes)
van Keulen, Lucien. Lelystad, The Netherlands. Neuropathologist. Phone: +31-320-238393 fax: +31-320-238050. Interests: TSE pathology, Immuno-Histo-Chemistry, infection routes.
Wang, Shiquan. USU Scrapie Project, UMC 5600, Utah State University, Logan, Utah 84322, 801-797-1885, Fax 801 797 3959, Areas of interst are scrapie transmision studes using embryo transfer, the correalation of genotype and incubation length, scrapie pathogenesis and live animal diagnostics.
Wallace, Andrew. Queen's U. Belfast, Web
Warwicker, James. Institute of Biomedical & Life Sciences, University of Glasgow. tel: +44-(0)161-200-4490; +44-(0)161-236-0409 web
Wickner, Reed. NIH, Bethesda, MD. Yeast prions, mainly Ure 3
Vandevelde, Marc...Institute of Animal Neurology, University of Berne, Switzerland. Telephone: 41 31 6312370 Fax: 41 31 6312538
Vincent, Bruno... Institut de Pharmacologie Moleculaire et Cellulaire, CNRS UMR 6097, Valbonne, France. Interests: cell biology of processing and maturation of PrPc and PrPsc. Recent papers: Vincent et al., (2000) J. Biol. Chem. 275, 35612; Vincent et al, (2001) J. Biol. Chem. (in press).Tel: (011 33 4) 93 95 77 59. Fax: (011 33 4) 93 95 77 08.
Weiser, Craig. San Francisco,
Weiss, Stefan. GenZentrum Munich, Research interests: co-factors, receptors, chaperones, inhibition of the conversion of PrPc to PrPSc, diagnostic RNA aptamers. Web 1, Web 2. Phone: +49 (0)89 74017-410, Fax: +49 (0)89 74017-448
Weissmann, Charles. Zurich, Web, European authority on prion diseases, now at MRC Prion Unit/Neurogenetics, Imperial College School of Medicine at St. Mary's, London Tel: 0044 (0)20 7594 3771 or (0)20 7402 4192; Fax: 0044 (0)20 7706 3272
Welch, WJ. UCSF, chaperones in protein folding in amyloid diseases.
Wells, Gerald . veteran pathologist at the Central Veterinary Laboratory, probably has looked at more histopathology of TSE than any other individual
Westaway, David , Univeristy of Toronto Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases Toronto, Canada. Ph 416-978-1556, fax 416-978-1878, Molecular biologist: function of cellular PrP, PrP genetics, transgenic modeling of sporadic CJD and early-onset Alzheimer Disease.
Wickner, Reed. NIH Bethesda. fungal prions. tel 1 301 496 3452; fax 1 301 402 0240
Wilesmith, John. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Weybridge, Surrey tel 44 1932 35 7618; fax 44 1932 34 9983
Will, Robert G.. CJD Surveillance Unit. tel 44 131 332 2117; fax 44 131 343 1404
Williams, Elizabeth S. Veterinary Diagnostic Pathologist, 1174 Snowy Range Road UW, Laramie, Wyoming 82070 USA. . CWD specialist. (307) 742-6638, fax: (307)721-2051
Williams, John or David Hills...Roslin Institute UK. Telephone : +44 131 440 2726 Fax : +44 131 440 0434
Windl, Otto. German researcher, familial CJD. U. Goettingen. Otto-Lauffer-Str. 37, 37077 Goettingen, Tel. 49 551 398467/392959; Fax: +49 551 398472
Winnacker, Ernst-Ludwig. Institut fur Biochemie der Ludwig-Maximillians Universitat Munchen, Wurmtal Strasse 221, 81375, Munchen, Germany, 0049 89 7401 - 7410, Molecular biology, prion toxicity, Web
Woolliams, John. Division of Theoretical and Applied Genetics Roslin Institute UK. Telephone : +44 131 440 2726 Fax : +44 131 440 0434
Womack, James E. Texas A&M phone: (409) 845-5102 cattle genetics and sequencing BSE susceptibility alleles
Wuthrich, Kurt. Zurich,Web, Web2, Prion protein structure and foldings, solution NMR
Yamada, M. Tokyo Medical and Dental University. Active in familial and iatrogenic CJD research.
Zeidler, Martin. Now at World Health Organization. Active in nvCJD.
Zuegg, Johannes and Gready, Jill John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University tel: ++61-2-6279 8301; fax: ++61-2-6249 0415. Current TSE research interests: Molecular dynamics simulation of PrP. Recent medline
Zurdo, Jesús. Oxford Centre for Molecular Sciences, New Chemistry Laboratory, South Parks Road, Oxford. CJD-linked mutations and their involvement in protein aggregation and toxicity. telephone: +44 (0)1865-554378; fax: +44 (0)1865-554378
[Note: these are taken 'as is' from S. Dealler's contact information page.]
Anderson, Roy, Oxford University, Professor of Zoology, Intersted in the expidemiology of the diseases, 01865 271234, Interested in the epidemiological models of BSE and making predictions
Dormont, Dominique, France. tel 331 4654 5122; fax 331 4654 7726
Gore, Sheilah, Institute of Public Health, 4 Forie Site, Robinson Way, Cambridge, CB2 2SR, 01223 330300. Fax 01223 330388, Interested in models and statistical analyses for both BSE and potential effects on CJD
Jefferys, John, Birmingham, Web, networks of neurons in the cortex and hippocampus, synapse change in prion disease
Kent, John, Professor of Statistics, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, 0113 233 5103, Fax 233 5102, Involved in the calculation of levels of under-reporting in BSE
Lacey, Richard, Microbiology Department, Chapel Allerton Hospital, Leeds 7, UK, 0113 292 4654 mobile: 0378 960683, Professor of microbiology. Hhas turned out to be correct too often for comfort.
McPherson, Klim, Professor of Public Health Epidemiology, London School of Hygeine and Tropical Medicine, Keppel St, London WC1, 0171 636 8636
Medley, Graham, Statistics Department, Biological Sciences, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, 01203 524456, Has repeated Dealler's statistics on the age distribution of cattle with BSE, the number of cases that we have eaten and the predictive figures.
Mitrova, Eva Slovak Republic. tel: 42 737 3560; fax 42 737 3906
Nowak, Martin, Oxford University, Department of Zoology, Intersted in the expidemiology of the diseases, 01865 271234, Interested in the epidemiological models of BSE and making predictions
Pagel, Mark, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, South Parks Rd, Oxford, UK, OX1 3PS, Worked on the phylogenesis of prion protein
Paiba, Giles, Division of Animal Health and Husbandry Clinical and Veterinary Dept, Brisitol University, Langford House, Langford, BB18 7DU, Interested in carrying out some of the maths to indicate the epidemiology of BSE
Painter Mike, Based at the Public Health Laboratory, Withington Hospital, Manchester, 0161 236 2400, A member of the SEAC. Appears to know his stuff
Palmer, AC, Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Maddingley Rd
Cambridge, CB3 0ES, UK, 01223 337600, Was involved in the pathology of the vertical transmission cow
Parker, AJ, 210 Preston Rd, Brighton, BN1 6RA, UK, 01273 552938, about selenium
Patterson Will, Sovereign House, Kettlesting lane, Clifton Moor, York, YO3 4XF, 01904 693322 FAX 671769, The expert on BSE risk to humans in public health. should always be contacted when advice is required on this subject
Pearce, Chris, Electrophoretics, 01932 865065, Working on an electrophoretic method for the diagnosis of BSE
Pearson, Geoff, Department of Comparative Pathology, Bristol Veterinary School
Labgford House, Langford, BS18 7DU, UK, 01934 852581, FSE
Perry, Hugh, University of Oxford Neuropathogenesis Department, Oxford, UK, 01865 271588, Into various research bits
Perry, Linda, National Institute of Health, Laborotory for Persistent Vial Diseases, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, Hamilton , Montana, USA 59840, 406 363 3211
Pfaff, E, Federal Research Center for Virus Diseases in Animals, Paul-Ehrlich Str 28, 72072 Tubingen, Germany, Scrapie in peripheral nerves
Phipps, RH, Institute for Grassland and Animal Production, Shinfield, Reading, UK
Pohlenz, Professor J, Tierarztliche Hochschule, Hannover, Institut fur Pathologie, Hannover, Germany, (05 11) 953 8621
Poser, S, Neuroligische Klinik und Poliklinik Universitat klinikum, Goettingen, Robert Koch St 40, 37075 Goettingen, Germany, Looks at CJD in Germany
Potempka, A, Department of Virology NY State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Diseases, Forest Hill Rd, Staten Island, New York, 10314USA, 718 494 0600
Pullman, Mark, Prion Research Group, St. Mary's Hospital Medical School, Praed St. London W2UK, 0171 723 1252 FAX 0171 706 7094, Was at Northwick Park
Purdey, Mark, High Barn Farm, Elworthy Lydeard St. Lawrence, Taunton
Somerset TA4 3PX, UK, 01984 656104, Organophosphorus/organic cattle
Raff, M, Department of Neurobiology, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Switzerland, Switzerland
Ridley, Ros, Innes Building School Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Madingley Rd, Cambridge CB3 0ESUK, was with Collinge in Northwick Pk, doubtful about vertical transmission of TSEs
Rieger, R, Laboratorium fur Molekulare Biologie, Genzentrum
Wuermtalstrasse 221, D-81375 Munchen, Germany, PrP toxicity
Riesner, D, Institut fur Physikalische Biologie der Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dusseldorf Univeristats
Strasse 1, 40225 Dusseldorf, Germany, 0049 211 311 4870 ?4890, ?new in the subject
Ritchie, Linsay, Institute for Animal Health BBSRC and MRC Neuropathogenesis Unit...King's Building Campus, West Mains Rd, Edinburgh , EH9 3JF, UK, 0131 667 5204. Edinburgh Univ 650 1000
Roberts, Gareth, Director of Neuropathology Research Smith Kline Beecham, The Pinnacles, Harlow , Essex CM19 5AO, UK, 01279 622 350 FAX 622 555, Was at St. Mary's. Stood up with Lacey originally to tell HMG that the risk was unacceptable and could not be presumed to be low.
Robinson, Mark, United States Department of Agriculture College of Veterinary Meicine Washington State University, Pullman, Washington State, 99164 7030 USA, 509 335 3564
Rossiter, Martin, Dementia Research Group, National Neurological Institute, Queens Square, London WC1UK, 0171 3611 3853, Useful for his contacts
Rowher, Robert G tel 410-605-7000 ext 6462, fax 410-605-7906, Director, Molecular Neurovirology, Veterans Affairs, Baltimore, virology, inactivation interests
Rubenstein, R, Department of Virology NY State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Diseases, Forest Hill Rd, Staten Island, New York 10314, USA, 718 494 0600, Was in charg e of the Staten Island labs
Ryan, Judy, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Weybridge
Surrey KT15 3NB, MAFF019323 41111 or 0181 694 0693, One of the major researchers into epidemiology with Wilesmith
Schreuder, BE , Bedrijfsdiergeneeskunde, Centraal Diergeneeskundig Institut Lelystad, Holland, 0031 320 273911, Only source of BSE info in Holland, Reasonable person.
Schroder, HC , Institut fur Physiologische Chemie der
Universitat Mainz, Duesberg weg 6, 55099 Mainz, Germany, 0049 6131 39 5789
Sclaviadis, T, Yale University Medial School Neuropathology, 310 Cedar St, New Haven , Conneticut, 06510 USA, 203 785 4442, Did a lot of work for Mannuelidis
Scott, PR, AFRC Dept of Veterinary Clinical Studies, UK, Roslin Midlothian, Scotland, ? in with BSE clilnical expets
Serban, Dan, Department of Neurology, Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California, , San Francisco 94134 USA, 415 476 4482, Under Prusiner.
Scott, Tony, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Weybridge, Surrey KT15 3NB, MAFF019323 41111 or0181 694 0693, Seen all over the place in papers. Obviously involved in the research
Shearman, MS, Merck, Sharp and Dohme Research Labs, Neuroscience Research Centre, Terlings Park, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2QR, UK, Involved in Alzheimers with Hope
Seuffer, Cornelia, Facharzt fur Labormedizin, Ferdinand Lassalle Str. 40, 72770 Reutlingen, Germany, 0 71 21 5 15 90, Appears to be involved in BSE. Not sure in what way.
Short, Nick, 11 Palmer Pk Ave, Reading, RG6 1DN, UK, 01734 318478, in Reading Univ vet dept, worked with Medley and has supplied details for others
Sigurdarson, Sigurdur, Institute for Experimental Pathology University of Iceland, Keldur, Reykjavik, Iceland, Scrapie and its eradication
Simon, Paul, AFRC Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetic Research, Roslin, Midlothian, Scotland, 0131 440 2726
Smith, Adrian, Royal Statistical Society, London, 0171 638 8998, or via the Imperial College 0171 594 8480, Involved in stirring up information from the Government and trying to get the statements to fit the statistics.
Smith, Peter, Professor of Public Health Epidemiology, London School of Hygeine and Tropical Medicine, Keppel St, London WC1, 0171 636 8636, He has been involved with SEAC for quite some time
Southwood, TRE, Oxford University, Professor of Zoology, 01865 271234, Interested in the epidemiological models of BSE and making predictions, chairman of the Southwood Committee, not now working full time
Sparks, Andrew, Department of Comparative Pathology, Bristol Veterinary School, Labgford House, Langford, BS18 7DU, UK, 01934 852581, FSE
Speck, Peter, Virology Department, Tennis Ct Rd Cambridge, CB2 1QP, UK, 01223 336921, Working on PrP genes
Stacey, A , Pharmaceutical Proteins Ltd
Roslin, Midlothian, Scotland
Stekel, Dov, Oxford University, Department of Zoology, Intersted in the expidemiology of the diseases, 01865 271234, Interested in the epidemiological models of BSE and making predictions
Swales, John , Dept of Health, Richmond House, 79 Witehall, London SW1A 2NE, 0171 210 5556, Fax 0171 210 5868, In charge of getting the information together for the DofH about what research should be carried out on BSE (April 1996).
Taylor, DM, Institute for Animal Health BBSRC and MRC Neuropathogenesis Unit...King's Building Campus, West Mains Rd, Edinburgh , EH9 3JF, 0131 667 5204. Edinburgh Univ 650 1000, Gave the information about safety
Tenant, BJ, Department of Veterinary and Clinical Science, University of Liverpool, UK, into cats
Thorne, Tom E Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Box 3312 University Station Laramie, Wyoming 82070 USA Voice: (307)766-5629, fax: (307)766-5630
Tomlinson, Bernard, Sir, Greyholme, Wyndbry Rd, Low Fell, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear NE9 6TS, Declared that hewould not eat bovine produce. Created huge news effect
Townsend, SC, Information concerning BSE Ministry of Agriculture, Toby Jug Site Hook Rise, Tolworth, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 3NF, UK, 0181 330 4411, good at getting standard information
Trenker, Ekkhart, Department of Virology NY State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Diseases, Forest Hill Rd, Staten Island, New York 10314, USA, 718 494 0600
Tyrrell, David, Public Health Laboratory Service Centre for Applied Microbiology and Research, Porton Down, Salisbury, Wilts, UK, 01980 612 100 FAX 611384, Tyrrell Committee (now retired as the man in charge of it)
Udy, Helen. Centre for the Epidemilogy of Infectious Disease, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3PS, Try 01865 271 234 Part of Professor Anderson's group at Oxford that started publishing in Nature in 1996
Vallat, JM, Department of Neurology University Hospital, Limoges France
Voellmy, R, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, FL 33101, USA, PrP aggregates
de Vries, J, University of Leiden, Department of Public Administration, Wassenaarseweg 52, Postbus 9500, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands, Public administration looking into the handling of BSE crisis in various countries
Watson, William, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Weybridge, Surrey KT15 3NB, MAFF019323 41111 or0181 694 0693
Watt, CJ. Centre for the Epidemilogy of Infectious Disease, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3PS, Try 01865 271 234 Part of Professor Anderson's group at Oxford that started publishing in Nature in 1996
Weber, J, Neurologische Klinik und Poliklinik der Georg-August Universitat...Gottingen, Germany
Weber, T, Universitat Gottingen,
Neurologische Klinik und Poliklinik, Robert Koch Strasse 40, D 37077 Gottingen, Germany, 0049 551 3851 0 241, involved with animal work
Webster, AJF, Department of Clincal Veterinary Science, University of Bristol, Lanford Bristol, UK
Weiland, F, Federal Research Center for Virus Diseases in Animals, Paul-Ehrlich Str 28 72072 , Tubingen, Germany, Scrapie in peripheral nerves
Wietgrefe, S, University of Minnesota Department of Microbiology, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55455 USA
Wiley, Clayton, Department of Pathology, University of California, San diego, La Jolla, California, USA
Williamson, Judy, Department of Veterinary Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, Has stood up against MAFF at times
Wilson, Moira, Institute for Animal Health BBSRC and MRC Neuropathogenesis Unit...King's Building Campus, West Mains Rd, Edinburgh , EH9 3JF, UK, 0131 667 5204. Edinburgh Univ 650 1000, Worked under Frazer now presumably under Jim Hope
Wishnevski, Dr.Henryk, Department of Virology NY State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Diseases, Forest Hill Rd, Staten Island, New York 10314, USA, Complex research into the transfer of disease. e.g. mites, 718 494 0600
Woolhouse, MEJ , Centre for the Epidemilogy of Infectious Disease, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3PS, Try 01865 271 234 Part of Professor Anderson's group at Oxford that started publishing in Nature in 1996
Zanotto, Paulo, NERC Institute of Virology, Mannfield Rd, Oxford OX1 3SR, UK, Involved in the phylogenesis of prion protein
Zuo, J, University of Miami School of Medicine Miami, Florida FL 33101, USA, PrP aggregates
Zupancic, M, University of Minnesota, Department of Microbiology, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455, USA
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