Samuel K Campos

Assistant Professor

Sam earned his Ph.D. from Rice University in 2005, studying the biology of adenoviral gene therapy vectors and vector targeting in the laboratory of Michael Barry now at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He then trained as a postdoc from 2005-2008 with Michelle Ozbun at the University of New Mexico, focusing on human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Sam came to The University of Arizona in 2008 as an assistant research professor in the BIO5 Institute and joined the Department of Immunobiology as an assistant professor in 2011. 

Recent Publications

2016

Christakos, K. J., J. A. Chapman, B. A. Fane, and S. K. Campos, "PhiXing-it, displaying foreign peptides on bacteriophage ΦX174.", Virology, vol. 488, pp. 242-8, 2016 Jan 15. PMID: 26655242
Bronnimann, M. P., C. M. Calton, S. F. Chiquette, S. Li, M. Lu, J. A. Chapman, K. N. Bratton, A. M. Schlegel, and S. K. Campos, "Furin Cleavage of L2 During Papillomavirus Infection: Minimal Dependence on Cyclophilins.", J Virol, 2016 Apr 27. PMID: 27122588

2014

Campos, S. K., "New structural model of adenoviral cement proteins is not yet concrete.", Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, vol. 111, issue 43, pp. E4542-3, 2014 Oct 28. PMCID: PMC4217438  PMID: 25304640

2013

Calton, C. M., A. M. Schlegel, J. A. Chapman, and S. K. Campos, "Human papillomavirus type 16 does not require cathepsin L or B for infection.", J Gen Virol, vol. 94, issue Pt 8, pp. 1865-9, 2013 Aug. PMID: 23677785
Bronnimann, M. P., J. A. Chapman, C. K. Park, and S. K. Campos, "A transmembrane domain and GxxxG motifs within L2 are essential for papillomavirus infection.", J Virol, vol. 87, issue 1, pp. 464-73, 2013 Jan. PMCID: PMC3536380  PMID: 23097431

2012

Marušič, M. Bergant, M. A. Ozbun, S. K. Campos, M. P. Myers, and L. Banks, "Human papillomavirus L2 facilitates viral escape from late endosomes via sorting nexin 17.", Traffic, vol. 13, issue 3, pp. 455-67, 2012 Mar. PMCID: PMC3276720  PMID: 22151726
Campos, S. K., J. A. Chapman, M. J. Deymier, M. P. Bronnimann, and M. A. Ozbun, "Opposing effects of bacitracin on human papillomavirus type 16 infection: enhancement of binding and entry and inhibition of endosomal penetration.", J Virol, vol. 86, issue 8, pp. 4169-81, 2012 Apr. PMCID: PMC3318660  PMID: 22345461

2009

Campos, S. K., and M. A. Ozbun, "Two highly conserved cysteine residues in HPV16 L2 form an intramolecular disulfide bond and are critical for infectivity in human keratinocytes.", PLoS One, vol. 4, issue 2, pp. e4463, 2009. PMCID: PMC2636891  PMID: 19214230