Felicia Goodrum

Professor

Felicia Goodrum graduated with her Ph.D. from Wake Forest University and then trained as a postdoctoral fellow with Thomas Shenk at Princeton University where she was a Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Fellow and Special Fellow. In 2006, Dr. Goodrum joined the faculty at the University of Arizona and BIO5 Institute. Dr. Goodrum is the recipient of the Howard Temin Award, the Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences Award and the Presidential Award for Early Career Scientists and Engineers. Dr. Goodrum’s work throughout her career has focused on complex interaction between DNA viruses and their host. 

Leadership Roles Faculty Student Advisor, Immunobiology Recipient, Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers Leader, research lab Active Participant, building the Immunobiology graduate program

Degrees
  • BS: Virgina Tech - 1992
  • PhD: Wake Forest University School of Medicine - 1998
Fellowship
  • Postdoctoral fellow: Princeton University, Department of Molecular Biology

Recent Publications

2018

Collins-McMillen, D., J. Buehler, M. Peppenelli, and F. Goodrum, "Molecular Determinants and the Regulation of Human Cytomegalovirus Latency and Reactivation.", Viruses, vol. 10, issue 8, 2018 08 20. PMCID: PMC6116278  PMID: 30127257
Rak, M. A., J. Buehler, S. Zeltzer, J. Reitsma, B. Molina, S. Terhune, and F. Goodrum, "Human Cytomegalovirus UL135 Interacts with Host Adaptor Proteins To Regulate Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor and Reactivation from Latency.", J Virol, vol. 92, issue 20, 2018 10 15. PMCID: PMC6158428  PMID: 30089695
Zeltzer, S., C. A. Zeltzer, S. Igarashi, J. Wilson, J. G. Donaldson, and F. Goodrum, "Virus Control of Trafficking from Sorting Endosomes.", MBio, vol. 9, issue 4, 2018 07 24. PMCID: PMC6058287  PMID: 30042195
Goodrum, F., and S. McWeeney, "A Single-Cell Approach to the Elusive Latent Human Cytomegalovirus Transcriptome.", MBio, vol. 9, issue 3, 2018 06 12. PMCID: PMC6016237  PMID: 29895640

2017

Nikolich-Zugich, J., F. Goodrum, K. Knox, and M. J. Smithey, "Known unknowns: how might the persistent herpesvirome shape immunity and aging?", Curr Opin Immunol, vol. 48, pp. 23-30, 2017 Oct. PMCID: PMC5682194  PMID: 28780492
Collins-McMillen, D., and F. D. Goodrum, "The loss of binary: Pushing the herpesvirus latency paradigm.", Curr Clin Microbiol Rep, vol. 4, issue 3, pp. 124-131, 2017 Sep. PMCID: PMC5726573  PMID: 29250481
Kim, J. Heon, D. Collins-McMillen, J. C. Buehler, F. D. Goodrum, and A. D. Yurochko, "Human Cytomegalovirus Requires Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Signaling To Enter and Initiate the Early Steps in the Establishment of Latency in CD34+ Human Progenitor Cells.", J Virol, vol. 91, issue 5, 2017 Mar 01. PMCID: PMC5309964  PMID: 27974567
Leng, S. X., J. Kamil, J. G. Purdy, N. A. Lemmermann, M. J. Reddehase, and F. D. Goodrum, "Recent advances in CMV tropism, latency, and diagnosis during aging.", Geroscience, vol. 39, issue 3, pp. 251-259, 2017 06. PMCID: PMC5505884  PMID: 28681110
Gordon, C. L., M. Miron, J. J. C. Thome, N. Matsuoka, J. Weiner, M. A. Rak, S. Igarashi, T. Granot, H. Lerner, F. Goodrum, et al., "Tissue reservoirs of antiviral T cell immunity in persistent human CMV infection.", J Exp Med, vol. 214, issue 3, pp. 651-667, 2017 Mar 06. PMCID: PMC5339671  PMID: 28130404
Cheng, S., K. Caviness, J. Buehler, M. Smithey, J. Nikolich-Zugich, and F. Goodrum, "Transcriptome-wide characterization of human cytomegalovirus in natural infection and experimental latency.", Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, vol. 114, issue 49, pp. E10586-E10595, 2017 Dec 05. PMCID: PMC5724264  PMID: 29158406