Troy Sutton

Assistant Professor of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences

Research Summary

Animal models of influenza; Airborne transmission of influenza viruses; Evolution of pandemic influenza viruses; Highly pathogenic avian influenza; Development of live-attenuated influenza vaccine platforms; High containment BSL3+ research

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Human Influenza Viruses Influenza A Virus Orthomyxoviridae Swine Genes Hemagglutinins Orthomyxoviridae Infections Animal Disease Models Pandemics Ferrets Neutralizing Antibodies Mutation Viral Antibodies Neutralization Tests Infections Infection Influenza In Birds Proteins Animals Pandemic Monoclonal Antibodies Viral Proteins Swine Diseases Dead Box Rna Helicases

Most Recent Publications

D Patel, A Minns, D Sim, C Field, A Kerr, T Heinly, E Luley, R Rossi, C Bator, I Moustafa, E Norton, S Hafenstein, S Lindner, Troy Sutton, 2024, Microbiology spectrum on p. e0499822

Devanshi R. Patel, Allen M. Minns, Derek G. Sim, Cassandra J. Field, Abigail E. Kerr, Talia A. Heinly, Erin H. Luley, Randall M. Rossi, Carol M. Bator, Ibrahim M. Moustafa, Elizabeth B. Norton, Susan L. Hafenstein, Scott E. Lindner, Troy C. Sutton, 2024, Microbiology spectrum

Pandemic risk assessment of a highly pathogenic H5N1 influenza virus from mink.

Troy Sutton, 2023, Proceedings of NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Response 2nd Annual Conference

Characterization of Mutations Enriched During Sequential Transmission of H7N9 Influenza Virus in Ferrets

Troy Sutton, 2023, Proceedings of NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Response 2nd Annual Conference

Neuraminidase immunity decreases viral shedding, but does not disrupt chains of airborne transmission for 2009 pandemic H1N1 in the ferret model.

Troy Sutton, 2023, Proceedings of NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Response 2nd Annual Conference

F Goodrum, A Lowen, S Lakdawala, J Alwine, A Casadevall, M Imperiale, W Atwood, D Avgousti, J Baines, B Banfield, L Banks, S Bhaduri-McIntosh, D Bhattacharya, D Blanco-Melo, D Bloom, A Boon, S Boulant, C Brandt, A Broadbent, C Brooke, C Cameron, S Campos, P Caposio, G Chan, A Cliffe, J Coffin, K Collins, B Damania, M Daugherty, K Debbink, J DeCaprio, T Dermody, J Dikeakos, D DiMaio, R Dinglasan, W Duprex, R Dutch, N Elde, M Emerman, L Enquist, B Fane, A Fernandez-Sesma, M Flenniken, L Frappier, M Frieman, K Frueh, M Gack, M Gaglia, T Gallagher, D Galloway, A García-Sastre, A Geballe, B Glaunsinger, S Goff, A Greninger, M Hancock, E Harris, N Heaton, M Heise, E Heldwein, B Hogue, S Horner, E Hutchinson, J Hyser, W Jackson, R Kalejta, J Kamil, S Karst, F Kirchhoff, D Knipe, T Kowalik, M Lagunoff, L Laimins, R Langlois, A Lauring, B Lee, D Leib, S Liu, R Longnecker, C Lopez, M Luftig, J Lund, B Manicassamy, G McFadden, M McIntosh, A Mehle, W Miller, I Mohr, C Moody, N Moorman, A Moscona, B Mounce, J Munger, K Münger, E Murphy, M Naghavi, J Nelson, C Neufeldt, J Nikolich, C O'Connor, A Ono, W Orenstein, D Ornelles, J Ou, J Parker, C Parrish, A Pekosz, P Pellett, J Pfeiffer, R Plemper, S Polyak, J Purdy, D Pyeon, M Quinones-Mateu, R Renne, C Rice, J Schoggins, R Roller, C Russell, R Sandri-Goldin, M Sapp, L Schang, S Schmid, S Schultz-Cherry, B Semler, T Shenk, G Silvestri, V Simon, G Smith, J Smith, K Spindler, M Stanifer, K Subbarao, W Sundquist, M Suthar, Troy Sutton, A Tai, V Tarakanova, B tenOever, S Tibbetts, S Tompkins, Z Toth, K van Doorslaer, M Vignuzzi, N Wallace, D Walsh, M Weekes, J Weinberg, M Weitzman, S Weller, S Whelan, E White, B Williams, C Wobus, S Wong, A Yurochko, 2023, Journal of Virology on p. e0008923

F Goodrum, A Lowen, S Lakdawala, J Alwine, A Casadevall, M Imperiale, W Atwood, D Avgousti, J Baines, B Banfield, L Banks, S Bhaduri-McIntosh, D Bhattacharya, D Blanco-Melo, D Bloom, A Boon, S Boulant, C Brandt, A Broadbent, C Brooke, C Cameron, S Campos, P Caposio, G Chan, A Cliffe, J Coffin, K Collins, B Damania, M Daugherty, K Debbink, J DeCaprio, T Dermody, J Dikeakos, D DiMaio, R Dinglasan, W Duprex, R Dutch, N Elde, M Emerman, L Enquist, B Fane, A Fernandez-Sesma, M Flenniken, L Frappier, M Frieman, K Frueh, M Gack, M Gaglia, T Gallagher, D Galloway, A García-Sastre, A Geballe, B Glaunsinger, S Goff, A Greninger, M Hancock, E Harris, N Heaton, M Heise, E Heldwein, B Hogue, S Horner, E Hutchinson, J Hyser, W Jackson, R Kalejta, J Kamil, S Karst, F Kirchhoff, D Knipe, T Kowalik, M Lagunoff, L Laimins, R Langlois, A Lauring, B Lee, D Leib, S Liu, R Longnecker, C Lopez, M Luftig, J Lund, B Manicassamy, G McFadden, M McIntosh, A Mehle, W Miller, I Mohr, C Moody, N Moorman, A Moscona, B Mounce, J Munger, K Münger, E Murphy, M Naghavi, J Nelson, C Neufeldt, J Nikolich, C O'Connor, A Ono, W Orenstein, D Ornelles, J Ou, J Parker, C Parrish, A Pekosz, P Pellett, J Pfeiffer, R Plemper, S Polyak, J Purdy, D Pyeon, M Quinones-Mateu, R Renne, C Rice, J Schoggins, R Roller, C Russell, R Sandri-Goldin, M Sapp, L Schang, S Schmid, S Schultz-Cherry, B Semler, T Shenk, G Silvestri, V Simon, G Smith, J Smith, K Spindler, M Stanifer, K Subbarao, W Sundquist, M Suthar, Troy Sutton, A Tai, V Tarakanova, B tenOever, S Tibbetts, S Tompkins, Z Toth, K van Doorslaer, M Vignuzzi, N Wallace, D Walsh, M Weekes, J Weinberg, M Weitzman, S Weller, S Whelan, E White, B Williams, C Wobus, S Wong, A Yurochko, 2023, mSphere on p. e0003423

F Goodrum, A Lowen, S Lakdawala, J Alwine, A Casadevall, M Imperiale, W Atwood, D Avgousti, J Baines, B Banfield, L Banks, S Bhaduri-McIntosh, D Bhattacharya, D Blanco-Melo, D Bloom, A Boon, S Boulant, C Brandt, A Broadbent, C Brooke, C Cameron, S Campos, P Caposio, G Chan, A Cliffe, J Coffin, K Collins, B Damania, M Daugherty, K Debbink, J DeCaprio, T Dermody, J Dikeakos, D DiMaio, R Dinglasan, W Duprex, R Dutch, N Elde, M Emerman, L Enquist, B Fane, A Fernandez-Sesma, M Flenniken, L Frappier, M Frieman, K Frueh, M Gack, M Gaglia, T Gallagher, D Galloway, A García-Sastre, A Geballe, B Glaunsinger, S Goff, A Greninger, M Hancock, E Harris, N Heaton, M Heise, E Heldwein, B Hogue, S Horner, E Hutchinson, J Hyser, W Jackson, R Kalejta, J Kamil, S Karst, F Kirchhoff, D Knipe, T Kowalik, M Lagunoff, L Laimins, R Langlois, A Lauring, B Lee, D Leib, S Liu, R Longnecker, C Lopez, M Luftig, J Lund, B Manicassamy, G McFadden, M McIntosh, A Mehle, W Miller, I Mohr, C Moody, N Moorman, A Moscona, B Mounce, J Munger, K Münger, E Murphy, M Naghavi, J Nelson, C Neufeldt, J Nikolich, C O'Connor, A Ono, W Orenstein, D Ornelles, J Ou, J Parker, C Parrish, A Pekosz, P Pellett, J Pfeiffer, R Plemper, S Polyak, J Purdy, D Pyeon, M Quinones-Mateu, R Renne, C Rice, J Schoggins, R Roller, C Russell, R Sandri-Goldin, M Sapp, L Schang, S Schmid, S Schultz-Cherry, B Semler, T Shenk, G Silvestri, V Simon, G Smith, J Smith, K Spindler, M Stanifer, K Subbarao, W Sundquist, M Suthar, Troy Sutton, A Tai, V Tarakanova, B tenOever, S Tibbetts, S Tompkins, Z Toth, K van Doorslaer, M Vignuzzi, N Wallace, D Walsh, M Weekes, J Weinberg, M Weitzman, S Weller, S Whelan, E White, B Williams, C Wobus, S Wong, A Yurochko, 2023, mBio on p. e0018823

Troy C. Sutton, Elaine W. Lamirande, Devanshi R. Patel, Katherine E.E. Johnson, Rita Czako, Elodie Ghedin, Raphael T.C. Lee, Sebastian Maurer-Stroh, Kanta Subbarao, 2022, mBio

Jong Suk Mo, Eugenio J. Abente, Matias Cardenas Perez, Troy C. Sutton, Brianna Cowan, Lucas M. Ferreri, Ginger Geiger, Phillip C. Gauger, Daniel R. Perez, Amy L. Vincent Baker, Daniela S. Rajao, 2022, Journal of Virology

Most-Cited Papers

D Rajão, P Gauger, T Anderson, N Lewis, E Abente, M Killian, D Perez, Troy Sutton, J Zhang, A Vincent, 2015, Journal of Virology on p. 11213-11222

Katherine V. Houser, Andrew J. Broadbent, Lisa Gretebeck, Leatrice Vogel, Elaine W. Lamirande, Troy Sutton, Kevin W. Bock, Mahnaz Minai, Marlene Orandle, Ian N. Moore, Kanta Subbarao, 2017, PLoS Pathogens

Troy C. Sutton, Kanta Subbarao, 2015, Virology on p. 247-258

Troy C. Sutton, Courtney Finch, Hongxia Shao, Matthew Angel, Hongjun Chen, Ilaria Capua, Giovanni Cattoli, Isabella Monne, Daniel R. Pereza, 2014, Journal of Virology on p. 6623-6635

Weizhong Li, Hongjun Chen, Troy Sutton, Adebimpe Obadan, Daniel R. Perez, 2014, Journal of Virology on p. 10432-10447

Troy C. Sutton, Saborni Chakraborty, Vamsee V.A. Mallajosyula, Elaine W. Lamirande, Ketaki Ganti, Kevin W. Bock, Ian N. Moore, Raghavan Varadarajan, Kanta Subbarao, 2017, npj Vaccines

Brian J. Kimble, Matthew Angel, Hongquan Wan, Troy C. Sutton, Courtney Finch, Daniel R. Perez, 2014, Journal of Virology on p. 66-71

Troy C. Sutton, Elaine W. Lamirande, Kevin W. Bock, Ian N. Moore, Wouter Koudstaal, Muniza Rehman, Gerrit Jan Weverling, Jaap Goudsmit, Kanta Subbarao, 2017, Journal of Virology

Troy C. Sutton, Adebimpe Obadan, Johanna Lavigne, Hongjun Chen, Weizhong Li, Daniel R. Perez, 2014, Virus Research on p. 14-23

News Articles Featuring Troy Sutton

H5N1 virus from 2022 mink outbreak capable of inefficient airborne transmission

Highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza was detected in dairy cattle for the first time in the United States in March, with nine states reporting outbreaks by May. While the method of transmission among cattle is currently unknown, new research demonstrates that a related strain of H5N1, which caused an outbreak in farmed mink in 2022, could transmit through the air to a limited number of ferrets.

Dairy Cows Transported Between States Must Now Be Tested for Bird Flu

Since a new form of bird flu arrived in 2022, federal officials have sought to reassure Americans that the threat to the public remained low.

Bird Flu Is Infecting More Mammals. What Does That Mean for Us?

H5N1, an avian flu virus, has killed tens of thousands of marine mammals, and infiltrated American livestock for the first time. Scientists are working quickly to assess how it is evolving and how much of a risk it poses to humans.

New nasal vaccine platform helps clear COVID-19 infections in an animal model

A newly developed intranasal vaccine candidate helps to clear COVID-19 infections more quickly than controls in pre-clinical testing, according to a recent study.

I study coronavirus in a highly secured biosafety lab – here's why I feel safer here than in the world outside

As I dilute the coronavirus to infect cultured cells, I hear the reassuring sound of purified air being blown by my respirator into my breathing space. There are three layers of nitrile and protective materials between me and the virus, and every part of my body is wrapped in protective equipment.

Contagious Bird Flu Presents Low Risk to People After Colorado Case

Avian influenza has killed millions of birds in U.S. and infected one known person

Preparing for potential pandemics is focus of new federal grant to Penn State

Researchers at Penn State have received a grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to study H7N9 with a goal of developing new and fundamental knowledge of virus mutations that could indicate the potential for transmissibility in humans. 

This supersafe labs protects researchers as they race to develop a coronavirus vaccine

It's quiet in the laboratory, almost peaceful. But I'm holding live SARS-CoV-2 in my hands and this virus is not to be taken lightly.

Inside a High-Security Virus Lab

Inside the second-most secure type of biosafety lab in the U.S. at Penn State