John Quarles, PhD
Education and Post-Graduate Training
BS Bacteriology, 1963. Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
MS in Bacteriology, 1965. Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
PhD in Microbiology, 1973. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
Recipient of NIH pre-doctoral training fellowship
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, with Dr. Ray Tennant, Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratories, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
NCI post-doctoral Fellowship, 1973-76
Pathogenesis of viruses and intervention in viral diseases (antiviral drugs, vaccines, interferon) with primary concentration on influenza virus. Capillary culture techniques for the production of cellular products. Flow cytometry and its applications to microbiology. Development of methods for rapid identification of microorganisms. The use of computers in biomedical education.
- Couch, Robert, B, Keitel, Wendy A, Cate, Thomas R, Quarles, John M, Taber, Larry A and Glesen, Paul W. Prevention of Influenza Virus Infections by Current Inactivated Influenza. Virus Vaccines. Options for the Control of Influenza III. ed. Brown, LE, Hampton, AW and Webster, RG. p 97-106. 1996.Elsevier Science.
- Quarles, JM. Identification of microorganisms by flow cytometry. Applied Fluorescence Technology. IV, 4:3-8. 1992.
- Atmar, RL, Greenberg, SB, Quarles, JM, Wilson, SZ, Tyler, B, Feldman, S and Couch, RB. Safety and pharmacokinetics of Rimantadine small-particle aerosol. Antimicrobiol. Agents and Chemotherapy. 34:2228-2233. 1990.
- Miller, JS and Quarles, JM. Flow cytometric identification of microorganisms by dual staining with FITC and PI. Cytometry. 11:667-675. 1990.