People

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. 


Postdoctoral Research Associate I

Christine received her PhD from Oregon Health Sciences University, focusing on Neisseria gonorrhoeae - host cell interactions. She joined the Campos Lab in 2011 and has been working hard to understand how minor capsid protein L2 translocates the HPV genome across limiting membranes after viral entry. She enjoys tennis and spending time with her husband Scott and daughter Penelope in her free time.


Graduate Student, Campos Lab

Graduate Student, Campos Lab

Originally from Pennsylvania, Brittany graduated from the University of Arizona in 2015 with a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology. Brittany is currently a first year PhD student investigating immune-related mechanisms of HPV persistence. When not in the lab, Brittany enjoys cooking, weightlifting, and spending time outdoors.


Masters Student

Li is a native of China and currently working on a Masters degree through the Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine. He is investigating the cellular redox requirements for HPV infection.


Masters Student

Mingfeng is a native of China and is working on a Masters degree in the Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine. His work involves the mechanisms of L2-mediates subcellular trafficking during HPV infection.


Graduate Student, Campos Lab