Elizabeth McGraw

Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics; Professor and Huck Scholar in Entomology

Elizabeth McGraw

Research Summary

The genetics of vector, pathogen and symbiont interactions.

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Wolbachia Culicidae Infection Dengue Virus Aedes Viruses Dengue Genes Insects Bacteria Mosquito Aedes Aegypti Genome Virus Diseases Saliva Insulin Receptor Genomics Virus Replication Cell Lines Cell Line Blood Drosophila Melanogaster Population Insect Virus

Most Recent Papers

Selection on Aedes aegypti alters Wolbachia-mediated dengue virus blocking and fitness.

S Ford, Sarah Allen, J Ohm, L Sigle, A Sebastian, Istvan Albert, S Chenoweth, Elizabeth Mcgraw, 2019, Nature microbiology on p. 1832-1839

Using genetic variation in Aedes aegypti to identify candidate anti-dengue virus genes

Gerard Terradas, Elizabeth Mcgraw, 2019, BMC Infectious Diseases

Expanding the canon

Leah T. Sigle, Elizabeth A. McGraw, 2019, Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology on p. 72-80

El niño Southern oscillation, overseas arrivals and imported chikungunya cases in Australia

Xiaodong Huang, Wenbiao Hu, Laith Yakob, Gregor J. Devine, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Cassie C. Jansen, Helen M. Faddy, Francesca D. Frentiu, 2019, PLoS neglected tropical diseases

A Role for the Insulin Receptor in the Suppression of Dengue Virus and Zika Virus in Wolbachia-Infected Mosquito Cells

Gholamreza Haqshenas, Gerard Terradas, Prasad N. Paradkar, Jean Bernard Duchemin, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Christian Doerig, 2019, Cell Reports on p. 529-535.e3

Using Evolutionary Approaches To Dissect The Genetic Basis Of Wolbachia-Mediated Blocking Of Dengue Virus In Aedes Aegypti

Suzanne Ford, Scott Allen, Aswathy Sebastian, Istvan Albert, Stephen Chenoweth, Elizabeth Mcgraw, 2019, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene on p. 386--386

Wolbachia enhances insect-specific flavivirus infection in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes

Hilaria E. Amuzu, Kirill Tsyganov, Cassandra Koh, Rosemarie I. Herbert, David R. Powell, Elizabeth A. McGraw, 2018, Ecology and Evolution on p. 5441-5454

Complete genome of Aedes aegypti anphevirus in the Aag2 mosquito cell line

Francesca Di Giallonardo, Michelle Audsley, Mang Shi, Paul Young, Elizabeth McGraw, Edward Holmes, 2018, JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY on p. 832-836

The nature of the immune response in novel Wolbachia-host associations

Rosemarie I. Herbert, Elizabeth A. McGraw, 2018, Symbiosis on p. 225-236

The transcriptional response of Aedes aegypti with variable extrinsic incubation periods for dengue virus

Cassandra Koh, Scott L. Allen, Rosemarie I. Herbert, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Stephen F. Chenoweth, 2018, Genome biology and evolution on p. 3141-3151

Most-Cited Papers

Successful establishment of Wolbachia in Aedes populations to suppress dengue transmission

A. A. Hoffmann, B. L. Montgomery, J. Popovici, I. Iturbe-Ormaetxe, P. H. Johnson, F. Muzzi, M. Greenfield, M. Durkan, Y. S. Leong, Y. Dong, H. Cook, J. Axford, A. G. Callahan, N. Kenny, C. Omodei, Elizabeth Mcgraw, P. A. Ryan, S. A. Ritchie, M. Turelli, S. L. O'Neill, 2011, Nature on p. 454-459

Limited Dengue Virus Replication in Field-Collected Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes Infected with Wolbachia

Francesca D. Frentiu, Tasnim Zakir, Thomas Walker, Jean Popovici, Alyssa T. Pyke, Andrew van den Hurk, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Scott L. O'Neill, 2014, PLoS neglected tropical diseases

The relative importance of innate immune priming in Wolbachia-mediated dengue interference

Edwige Rancès, Yixin H. Ye, Megan Woolfit, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Scott L. O'Neill, 2012, PLoS pathogens

Dietary Cholesterol Modulates Pathogen Blocking by Wolbachia

Eric P. Caragata, Edwige Rancès, Lauren M. Hedges, Alexander W. Gofton, Karyn N. Johnson, Scott L. O'Neill, Elizabeth A. McGraw, 2013, PLoS pathogens

Wolbachia-Mediated resistance to dengue virus infection and death at the cellular level

Francesca D. Frentiu, Jodie Robinson, Paul R. Young, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Scott L. O'Neill, 2010, PloS one

Modeling the impact on virus transmission of Wolbachia-mediated blocking of dengue virus infection of Aedes aegypti

Neil M. Ferguson, Duong Thi Hue Kien, Hannah Clapham, Ricardo Aguas, Vu Tuan Trung, Tran Nguyen Bich Chau, Jean Popovici, Peter A. Ryan, Scott L. O'Neill, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Vo Thi Long, Le Thi Dui, Hoa L. Nguyen, Nguyen Vinh Van Chau, Bridget Wills, Cameron P. Simmons, 2015, Science Translational Medicine

Wolbachia-Associated Bacterial Protection in the Mosquito Aedes aegypti

Yixin H. Ye, Megan Woolfit, Edwige Rancès, Scott L. O'Neill, Elizabeth A. McGraw, 2013, PLoS neglected tropical diseases

Competition for Amino Acids Between Wolbachia and the Mosquito Host, Aedes aegypti

Eric P. Caragata, Edwige Rancès, Scott L. O'Neill, Elizabeth Mcgraw, 2014, Microbial Ecology on p. 205-218

Wolbachia reduces the transmission potential of dengue-infected Aedes aegypti

Yixin H. Ye, Alison M. Carrasco, Francesca D. Frentiu, Stephen F. Chenoweth, Nigel W. Beebe, Andrew F. van den Hurk, Cameron P. Simmons, Scott L. O’Neill, Elizabeth A. McGraw, 2015, PLoS neglected tropical diseases

Genomic evolution of the pathogenic Wolbachia strain, wMelPop

Megan Woolfit, Iñaki Iturbe-Ormaetxe, Jeremy C. Brownlie, Thomas Walker, Markus Riegler, Andrei Seleznev, Jean Popovici, Edwige Rancès, Bryan A. Wee, Jennifer Pavlides, Mitchell J. Sullivan, Scott A. Beatson, Amanda Lane, Manpreet Sidhu, Conor J. McMeniman, Elizabeth A. McGraw, Scott L. O'Neill, 2013, Genome biology and evolution on p. 2189-2204

News Articles Featuring Elizabeth McGraw

State not releasing detailed COVID outbreak data

As Indiana sees its number of COVID-19 cases surge, some Hoosiers might be wondering where the biggest outbreaks are happening. A busy party center in the suburbs? A business conference center downtown? Gyms, bars and restaurants in the hippest neighborhoods?

How Does COVID-19 Spread Differently Than The Flu?

Each year, scientists look to the Southern Hemisphere to get a clue as to how flu season up north might play out. The flu season below the equator, which typically runs June through August, gives us an idea of which strains are circulating and how intense the Northern Hemisphere’s flu season, which usually sees an uptick around early November, could be.

How Coronavirus Spreads Through The Air: 5 Essential Facts

Scientists explain what aerosols are, how airborne particles can transmit the coronavirus, and how to protect yourself.

SARS & MERS Bisa Hilang Ditelan Bumi, Kalau COVID-19 Piye?

Wabah SARS, MERS dan COVID-19 pada dasarnya disebabkan oleh kelompok virus yang sama yaitu virus corona. Namun dua wabah pendahulunya bisa 'hilang' dari peredaran sementara yang terakhir justru makin mengganas dan belum bisa 'dijinakkan'.

NextGen PA at Penn State holds town hall to discuss voting during the coronavirus pandemic

On Tuesday at noon, NextGen PA at Penn State hosted a Zoom town hall titled, "Living, Learning, and Voting on a COVID Campus," which discussed Penn State's reopening plan for the fall 2020 semester.