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Hire Dr. Jeffrey Perry
United States

Virologist and Clinical Scientist | 15+ years Virology | 5+ years Clinical Assay Development | 15 papers | 6 Patents

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Scientific consulting Technical consulting, Market research, Feasibility study
Scientific writing White paper, Grant proposal, Journal article, Review article, News article
Data science & analysis Simple data analysis, Complex data analysis, Statistical analysis, Data visualization
Academic research Internet research, Evidence-based answers, Secondary data compilation, Literature search
Work Experience

Research Scientist II

Progenity, Inc.

January 2018 - Present

Post Doctoral Fellow

University of Michigan

May 2014 - January 2018

Research Scientist

Swift Biosciences

May 2013 - May 2014

Education

Ph.D.

University of Michigan

July 2006 - July 2012

B.S. in Biochemistry

Eastern Michigan University

September 1998 - December 2002

Certifications
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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Perry, Jeffrey W. and Chen, Yanhua and Speliotes, Elizabeth and Tai, Andrew W.(2018). Functional Analysis of the Dengue Virus Genome Using an Insertional Mutagenesis Screen . Journal of Virology. 92. (7).
Hongliang Wang, Jeffrey W. Perry, Adam S. Lauring, Petra Neddermann, Raffaele De Francesco, Andrew W. Tai(2014). Oxysterol-Binding Protein Is a Phosphatidylinositol 4-Kinase Effector Required for {HCV} Replication Membrane Integrity and Cholesterol Trafficking . Gastroenterology. 146. (5). p. 1373--1385.e11. Elsevier {BV}
S. Taube, A. O. Kolawole, M. Hohne, J. E. Wilkinson, S. A. Handley, J. W. Perry, L. B. Thackray, R. Akkina, C. E. Wobus(2013). A Mouse Model for Human Norovirus . {mBio}. 4. (4). p. e00450--13--e00450--13. American Society for Microbiology
Jeffrey W. Perry, Mohammad Ahmed, Kyeong-Ok Chang, Nicholas J. Donato, Hollis D. Showalter, Christiane E. Wobus, Mark T. Heise(2012). Antiviral Activity of a Small Molecule Deubiquitinase Inhibitor Occurs via Induction of the Unfolded Protein Response . {PLoS} Pathog. 8. (7). p. e1002783. Public Library of Science ({PLoS})
S. Taube, J. W. Perry, E. McGreevy, K. Yetming, C. Perkins, K. Henderson, C. E. Wobus(2012). Murine Noroviruses Bind Glycolipid and Glycoprotein Attachment Receptors in a Strain-Dependent Manner . Journal of Virology. 86. (10). p. 5584--5593. American Society for Microbiology
K. M. Burkholder, J. W. Perry, C. E. Wobus, N. J. Donato, H. D. Showalter, V. Kapuria, M. X. D. O'Riordan(2011). A Small Molecule Deubiquitinase Inhibitor Increases Localization of Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase to the Macrophage Phagosome and Enhances Bacterial Killing . Infection and Immunity. 79. (12). p. 4850--4857. American Society for Microbiology
Sarah J. Morgan, Suleyman Felek, Shilpa Gadwal, Nicole M. Koropatkin, Jeffrey W. Perry, Alyson B. Bryson, Eric S. Krukonis(2011). The two faces of {ToxR}: activator of {ompU}, co-regulator of {toxT} in Vibrio cholerae . Molecular Microbiology. 81. (1). p. 113--128. Wiley-Blackwell
J. W. Perry, C. E. Wobus(2010). Endocytosis of Murine Norovirus 1 into Murine Macrophages Is Dependent on Dynamin {II} and Cholesterol . Journal of Virology. 84. (12). p. 6163--6176. American Society for Microbiology
Jeffrey W. Perry, Stefan Taube, Christiane E. Wobus(2009). Murine norovirus-1 entry into permissive macrophages and dendritic cells is {pH}-independent . Virus Research. 143. (1). p. 125--129. Elsevier {BV}
S. Taube, J. W. Perry, K. Yetming, S. P. Patel, H. Auble, L. Shu, H. F. Nawar, C. H. Lee, T. D. Connell, J. A. Shayman, et al.(2009). Ganglioside-Linked Terminal Sialic Acid Moieties on Murine Macrophages Function as Attachment Receptors for Murine Noroviruses . Journal of Virology. 83. (9). p. 4092--4101. American Society for Microbiology