We interviewed the Principal Investigators responsible for leading each of the CIVICs Centers as part of a two-part interview series. In the first part of each interview, we focused on learning a little bit about the person behind the science, and in the second part, we asked each PI to introduce us to their Center.
In the second part of our series, we interviewed the Principal Investigators (PIs) for the Center for Influenza Vaccine Research for High-Risk Populations (CIVR-HRP), starting with Ted Ross at University of Georgia.
What is one thing on your bucket list?
To travel to Australia for an extended, month long, vacation.
What is your favorite thing to do around town (or country)?
Currently residing around Athens, Georgia, my favorite thing to do is having coffee outside, on a nice day, and people watching.
Are you a morning person or a night person?
What was your first publication?
My first publication was “Elimination of Mycoplasmal Plate Agglutination Cross-Reactions in Sera from Chickens Inoculated with Infectious Bursal Disease Viruses” published in Avian Diseases Journal, 1990.