Jarod M. Hanson, DVM, DACVPM, is a Major on active duty in the US Army Veterinary Corps. He is completing his PhD in infectious diseases at University of Georgia, where he studies species differences that influence influenza A virus infection outcomes. Dr. Hanson has taught large animal virology at University of Georgia. After earning his DVM from University of Minnesota, he focused on swine medicine and has continued pursuing the advancement of population-based veterinary medicine across multiple species.
Ralph A. Tripp, PhD, is co-director of University of Georgia Center for Molecular Medicine and associate director of University of Georgia Biomedical Health Sciences Institute. He is an adjunct professor at multiple universities and serves as the Georgia Research Alliance chair in vaccine and therapeutic studies. He has published more than 200 journal articles, holds 13 patents, has written or edited numerous books and chapters, and has formed 4 companies focused on biomedical solutions.
Stephen B. Harvey, DVM, MS, DACLAM, is an associate professor of population health and the assistant director for Animal Resources at University of Georgia, as well as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve. Dr. Harvey’s work is primarily focused on maintaining the health and humane care of laboratory animals. After earning his DVM from Purdue University, he completed a residency and earned his master’s in laboratory animal medicine at Pennsylvania State University.