Robert Cross, PhD

  • 734 Citations
  • 16 h-Index
20102020

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Research interests

Dr. Cross’ research is centered on the biology and pathogenesis of high priority viral agents with a particular emphasis on elucidating mechanisms of vascular leak, coagulopathy, and immune derangement in viral hemorrhagic fever infections caused by filoviruses, arenaviruses, and bunyaviruses. His work utilizes a systems biology, molecular virology, and comparative pathogenesis approaches which utilize in vitro and in vivo models which accurately recapitulate human disease. The goal of this work is to dissect the events leading to disease or survival in order to develop medical countermeasures including vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics. Dr. Cross also has a long standing interest in the epidemiology and ecology of these viruses where a particular focus has been centered on mammalian reservoirs of viral infection.

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Research Output

  • 734 Citations
  • 16 h-Index
  • 42 Article
  • 3 Comment/debate
  • 3 Review article
  • 2 Chapter

A Cross-Reactive Humanized Monoclonal Antibody Targeting Fusion Glycoprotein Function Protects Ferrets Against Lethal Nipah Virus and Hendra Virus Infection

Mire, C., Chan, Y. P., Borisevich, V., Cross, R. W., Yan, L., Agans, K. N., Dang, H. V., Veesler, D., Fenton, K., Geisbert, T. W. & Broder, C. C., May 11 2020, In : Journal of Infectious Diseases. 221, p. S471-S479

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
  • Analysis of a Therapeutic Antibody Cocktail Reveals Determinants for Cooperative and Broad Ebolavirus Neutralization

    Gilchuk, P., Murin, C. D., Milligan, J. C., Cross, R. W., Mire, C. E., Ilinykh, P. A., Huang, K., Kuzmina, N., Altman, P. X., Hui, S., Gunn, B. M., Bryan, A. L., Davidson, E., Doranz, B. J., Turner, H. L., Alkutkar, T., Flinko, R., Orlandi, C., Carnahan, R., Nargi, R. & 13 others, Bombardi, R. G., Vodzak, M. E., Li, S., Okoli, A., Ibeawuchi, M., Ohiaeri, B., Lewis, G. K., Alter, G., Bukreyev, A., Saphire, E. O., Geisbert, T. W., Ward, A. B. & Crowe, J. E., Feb 18 2020, In : Immunity. 52, 2, p. 388-403.e12

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • 2 Scopus citations

    An Intranasal Exposure Model of Lethal Nipah Virus Infection in African Green Monkeys

    Geisbert, J. B., Borisevich, V., Prasad, A. N., Agans, K. N., Foster, S. L., Deer, D. J., Cross, R. W., Mire, C., Geisbert, T. W. & Fenton, K., May 11 2020, In : Journal of Infectious Diseases. 221, p. S414-S418

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • 2 Scopus citations

    Early transcriptional changes within liver, adrenal gland, and lymphoid tissues significantly contribute to Ebola virus pathogenesis in cynomolgus macaques

    Jankeel, A., Menicucci, A. R., Woolsey, C., Fenton, K., Mendoza, N., Versteeg, K., Cross, R. W., Geisbert, T. W. & Messaoudi, I., Jun 1 2020, In : Journal of virology. 94, 11, e00250-20.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Erratum: Correction for Satterfield et al., "Nipah Virus C and W Proteins Contribute to Respiratory Disease in Ferrets" (Journal of virology (2016) 90 14 (6326-6343) PII: e00059-20)

    Satterfield, B. A., Cross, R. W., Fenton, K. A., Borisevich, V., Agans, K. N., Deer, D. J., Graber, J., Basler, C. F., Geisbert, T. W. & Mire, C. E., Mar 31 2020, In : Journal of virology. 94, 8

    Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

    Open Access