My research group is focused on intracellular virus-host interactions.  We study how viruses affect cell biology at the molecular scale ~ most often viral protein-cell protein interactions and consequences.  We are currently studying the ubiquitous Epstein-Barr and Influenza A viruses.  Please see the research links above for our current lines of research.

Recent News

Graduation 2017

Two of our Undergrads, Chianti Brooks and Kyla Smith, graduated this May.  Congrats to both! Kyla and Dr. Adamson at the graduation.

August 2016: EBV meeting – Zurich, Switzerland!

The 17th International Symposium on Epstein-Barr Virus and Associated Diseases. Presentations: Miller, K.* and Adamson, A. Effects of Organophosphates on EBV Protein…

Fall 2016: UNCG Three-minute to Win it Thesis competition

Katelyn Miller – Finalist!

Spring 2017: Undergraduate Research Awards won by our Undergrads!

Chianti Brooks: PCR-based tool to identify Epstein-Barr Virus infected cells Christiana Burke: The effect of organophosphate exposure on the life cycle of…

March 2017: North Carolina Academy of Science meeting (High Point, NC)

Presentation: Miller, K.* and Adamson, A. Effects of Organophosphates on Epstein-Barr Virus Life Cycle and Lymphoma Formation.

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Contact Us

The Adamson Research Group
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
201 Eberhart Bldg, 321 McIver St.
Greensboro, NC 27412
Phone: 336.256.0312

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