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Katherine Zukor

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Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences

Neuroscience, Antiviral Research


Educational Background

PhD, Neuroscience, University of Utah, 2010
Axon regeneration and the extracellular environment in the injured newt spinal cord
BA, Biology and Mathematics, University of Virginia, 1994





Contact Information

Go toOffice Location: Biotech Building 201
DialPhone: 435-797-3643
SendEmail: katherine.zukor@usu.edu

Awards

Post-doctoral Fellowship, 2012

Craig H. Neilsen Foundation

Post-doctoral Trainee Award (NRSA/T32), 2011

Boston Children's Hospital

Pre-doctoral Trainee Award (NRSA/T32), 2008

University of Utah

Honorable Service, 2000

US Air Force

Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, 1994

University of Virginia

Four-Year ROTC Scholarship, 1990

US Air Force

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

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      Publications - Fact Sheets

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        Publications - Curriculum

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          Publications - Journal Articles

            Academic Journal

          • Zukor, K., Wang, H., Hurst, B.L, Siddharthan, V., Van Wettere, A., Pilowsky, P.M, Morrey, J.D, , Phrenic nerve deficits and neurological immunopathology associated with acute West Nile virus infection in mice and hamsters. Journal of Neurovirology

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          Publications - Literary Journal

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            Publications - MultiMedia

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              Publications - Technical Reports

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                Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                  Publications - Other

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                    Scheduled Teaching

                    Neuroanatomy for medical students, Fall 2007

                    Substitute math and science teacher for high & middle school, Spring 2003


                    Graduate Students Mentored