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Charlie C. Hsu , V.M.D., Ph.D.
Acting Assistant Professor
Department of Comparative Medicine
School of Medicine
University of Washington
After receiving a BS in Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Hsu earned a VMD from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002 and a PhD in Veterinary Pathobiology at the University of Missouri in 2007 studying murine noroviruses. While at the University of Missouri, Dr. Hsu also completed a residency in Comparative Medicine and became board certified by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine in 2006. After spending 4 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Dr. Hsu joined the faculty at the UW Department of Comparative Medicine in 2012.
Dr. Hsu’s research interests include the study of murine norovirus infection in laboratory mice and their impact on various mouse research models. He also has an interest in diagnostic testing, rodent health surveillance, and infectious diseases of laboratory rodents.
Hsu CC, Briscoe JA, and Keffer AB. 2012. Chinchillas: Basic experimental methods, pg. 977-991. In Suckow MA, Stevens KA, and Wilson RP (eds.), The laboratory rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, and other rodents, 1st ed., American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine Series. Academic Press, Oxford, UK.
Kahan SM, Liu G, Reinhard MK, Hsu CC, Livingston RS and Karst SM. 2011. Comparative murine norovirus studies reveal a lack of correlation between intestinal virus titers and enteric pathology. Virology 421(2):202-210
Manuel CA, Hsu CC, Riley LK, and Livingston RS. 2008. Soiled bedding sentinel detection of murine norovirus 4 (MNV-4). J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci 47(3):31-36
Hsu CC, Franklin CL and Riley LK. 2007. Multiplex fluorescent immunoassay for the simultaneous detection of serum antibodies to multiple rodent pathogens. Lab Anim (NY) 36(8):36-38
Hsu CC, Riley LK and Livingston RS. 2007. Molecular characterization of three novel murine noroviruses. Virus Genes 34(2):147-155
Hsu CC, Riley LK, Wills HM and Livingston RS. 2006. Persistent infection with and serologic cross-reactivity of three novel murine noroviruses. Comp Med 56(4):247-251
Hsu CC, Wobus CE, Steffen EK, Riley LK and Livingston RS. 2005. Development of a microsphere-based serologic multiplexed fluorescent immunoassay and a reverse transciptase PCR assay to detect murine norovirus 1 infection in mice. Clin Diagn Lab Immunol 12(10):1145-1151
Kashuba CM, Hsu CC, Krogstad AP and Franklin CL. 2005. Small mammal virology in Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice 8(1):107-122