Felicia Goodrum, PhD

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

Job Title(s): 
Professor, Immunobiology
Director, Graduate Program in Immunobiology
Professor, BIO5 Institute
Professor, Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology
Professor, Cancer Biology-GIDP
Professor, Genetics-GIDP
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BS: Virgina Tech - 1992
PhD: Wake Forest University School of Medicine - 1998