Dr Inna Ovsyannikova | Professor Of Medicine
Mayo Foundation For Medical Education and Research

Dr Inna Ovsyannikova, Professor Of Medicine, Mayo Foundation For Medical Education and Research

Dr. Ovsyannikova, Professor of Medicine, is the Director of Laboratory-based studies for the Mayo Clinic Vaccine Research Group in Rochester, MN. She has published over 190 scientific manuscripts and 15 books/book chapters. She has participated in more than 150 scientific exhibits and presentations at national and international societies.
Dr. Ovsyannikova’s research areas of great interest include: 1) studies of the genetics of innate and adaptive immune responses to viral and bacterial vaccines, including measles, mumps, rubella, vaccinia, influenza and anthrax; 2) areas of vaccine-preventable infectious diseases, particularly the application of mass spectrometry used to develop peptide-based vaccines against smallpox, measles, influenza, Zika and agents of bioterrorism; 3) gene polymorphisms and predictors of vaccine immune response, icluding adverse events, viral antigen processing and presentation; 4) systems biology high-dimensional studies utilizing platforms such as gene expression microarrays, DNA methylation arrays and next generation sequencing (mRNA-Seq, miRNA-Seq).

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Immunosenescence and influenza vaccination in older individuals

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