Jenna Nosek

  • 4th Year GS

Why did you choose the University of Pittsburgh?

I chose to come to Pittsburgh for the great learning environment and community that I saw here. The science being done here is top-notch, but it is also an environment that fosters a terrific sense of collaboration that allows for the research to ascend to new heights.

Education & Training

  • BS in Biology and Classical Studies - Linguistics, Butler University, 2020

Research Interests

Molecular Virology; viral genetics; emerging infectious disease


DeFord, D. M., Nosek, J. M., Castiglia, K. R., Hasik, E. F., Franke, M. E., Nick, B. C., Abdelnour, A. M., Haas, C. E., Junod, N. A., Latsko, K. N., Moore, M. L., Berthrong, S. T., Rostad, C. A., & Stobart, C. C. (2019). Evaluation of the role of respiratory syncytial virus surface glycoproteins F and G on viral stability and replication: implications for future vaccine design. Journal of General Virology, 100(7), 1112–1122.

Stobart, C. C., Nosek, J. M., & Moore, M. L. (2017). Rhinovirus Biology, Antigenic Diversity, and Advancements in the Design of a Human Rhinovirus Vaccine. Frontiers in Microbiology, 8, 2412.