Linda J. Carter has been an information scientist at CAS for over 30 years. Her graduate degrees in virology included a Master’s degree in plant pathology from Purdue University working with viruses present in plant pathogenic fungi, and a Ph.D. degree in veterinary pathobiology from The Ohio State University working with the feline leukemia and sarcoma viruses. Her postdoctoral research involved studies on the Human T-Cell lymphotropic/leukemia viruses HTLV-I and HTLV-II. Prior to joining CAS she was assistant director of research operations at The Ohio State University Biotechnology Center.
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May 1, 2020
Recent advances support scalability of COVID-19 diagnostic testing
The COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, continues to grip the world. Large-scale testing is required for countries to successfully limit infections and mortality rates, and is key to easing many lockdown restrictions. In this unprecedented crisis, every hour matters when it comes to identifying and preventing further spread of this virus.