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Glenn F. Rall, PhD

Contact Dr. Rall

333 Cottman Avenue
Fox Chase Cancer Center
Philadelphia, PA 19111

(215) 728-3617
(215) 728-2412 fax

Research and Clinical Interests

Viral spread within neurons; recruitment and function of the immune response to neurotropic viral challenges; transgenic models of viral pathogenesis.


Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Measles Virus Persistent Infection of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
  2. MiRNA-124 is a link between measles virus persistent infection and cell division of human neuroblastoma cells
  3. What Kaplan-Meier survival curves don't tell us about CNS disease
  4. Keeping it in check: Chronic viral infection and antiviral immunity in the brain
  5. CD4+T cells require either B cells or CD8+T cells to control spread and pathogenesis of a neurotropic infection
  6. Development of Complex Models to Study Co- and Polymicrobial Infections and Diseases
  7. Get It through Your Thick Head: Emerging Principles in Neuroimmunology and Neurovirology Redefine Central Nervous System "immune Privilege"
  8. Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Rabies Virus (But Were Afraid to Ask)
  9. Interferon gamma induces protective non-canonical signaling pathways in primary neurons
  10. Here I Am, Despite Myself
  11. Bst2/tetherin is induced in neurons by type I interferon and viral infection but is dispensable for protection against neurotropic viral challenge
  12. Homeostatic interferon expression in neurons is sufficient for early control of viral infection
  13. Interferon-induced RIP1/RIP3-mediated necrosis requires PKR and is licensed by FADD and caspases
  14. Extended JAK activation and delayed STAT1 dephosphorylation contribute to the distinct signaling profile of CNS neurons exposed to interferon-gamma
  15. Immune Clearance of Attenuated Rabies Virus Results in Neuronal Survival with Altered Gene Expression
  16. STAT1-independent control of a neurotropic measles virus challenge in primary neurons and infected mice
  17. CNS recruitment of CD8+ T lymphocytes specific for a peripheral virus infection triggers neuropathogenesis during polymicrobial challenge
  18. Blue moon neurovirology: The merits of studying rare CNS diseases of viral origin
  19. Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus-induced mortality in mice is triggered by edema and brain herniation
  20. Making it to the synapse: Measles virus spread in and among neurons