Tarin BigleyTarin Bigley


Research Interest

Understanding human cytomegalovirus kinase involvement in control of viral promotors.

Advisor: Scott Terhune, PhD, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics


BS, 2008, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Majors: Biology and Biochemistry

Research Experience

UW-Milwaukee, 2006-2008
Advisor: Dr. Mark McBride
Project: Characterization of taxis genes in Flavobacterium johnsoniae

Wisconsin Lutheran College, 2005
Advisor: Dr. Anderson
Project: Studying the macroinvertebrate population in the Menomonee River to access water quality in the Menomonee River


Tarakanova VL, Stanitsa E, Leonardo SM, Bigley TM, Gauld SB. Conserved gammaherpesvirus kinase and histone variant H2AX facilitate gammaherpesvirus latency in vivo. Virology. 2010 Sep 15;405(1):50-61. Epub 2010 Jun 16.


Sports, Running, Biking, Music (listening, shows, playing guitar), Hanging out with my wife and dogs

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