Clinical Assistant Professor; Director, KSVDL Rabies Laboratory
B.S, Medical Technology, Kansas State University
M.S. Pathobiology, Kansas State University
PhD., Pathobiology, Kansas State University
My research interests are laboratory methods to detect and measure vaccine response and response to infectious diseases with a primary interest in rabies. Rabies epidemiology and public health efforts to combat infectious diseases are additional areas of focus. My responsibilities involve providing technical support for collaborative studies. Previous studies have been in centered on measurement of correlates of protection against rabies in humans and animals.
I present lectures on Rabies in DMP722 Veterinary Virology; and am a co-instructor for DMP744, International Public Health and DMP770, Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Moore S and Hanlon, CA. Rabies Specific Antibodies: Measuring Surrogates of Protection Against a Fatal Disease. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2010 Mar 9;4(3):e595. Review.
Malerczyk, C. Selhorst, T., Tordo, N, Moore S, Müller, T. 2009. Antibodies Induced by Vaccination with Purified Chick Embryo Cell Culture Vaccine (PCECV) Cross-neutralize Non-Classical Bat Lyssavirus Strains.
Vaccine. 2009 Aug 27;27(39):5320-5. Epub 2009 Jul 16. Kostense S, Moore S, Companjen A, Bakker AB, Marissen WE, von Eyben R, Weverling GJ, Hanlon C, Goudsmit: Validation of the rapid fluorescent focus inhibition test for rabies virus-neutralizing antibodies in clinical samples.
J. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2012 Jul;56(7):3524-30. doi: 10.1128/AAC.06179-11. Epub 2012 Apr 30. Moore, S. M., Gordon, C. R., Hanlon, C