Virginia Hinshaw

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Virginia Hinshaw (center).

Virginia S. Hinshaw served as the Chancellor of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, beginning in 2007[1] and ending in 2012.[2] She is a scientist with expertise in microbiology, and serves as national co-chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Energy Initiative Advisory Committee.

Before coming to UH Mānoa, she served as provost and executive vice chancellor at the University of California-Davis, and was the former dean of the graduate school and vice chancellor for research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.[3]

Dr. Hinshaw earned a BS in laboratory technology, and an MS and PhD in microbiology from Auburn University in Alabama. Prior to becoming an administrator, her research focused mainly on influenza viruses and approaches to vaccines.[1] Her work has been published in numerous journals including the Journal of Virology,[4] Virology,[5] and Intervirology[6]

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  1. ^ a b Centennial Celebration and Inauguration Ceremony for Virginia S. Hinshaw, PhD
  2. ^ http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/breaking/Sources_UH_Manoa_Chancellor_Virginia_Hinshaw_leaving.html?id=128332863[full citation needed]
  3. ^ Cyberinfrastructure for Research - Biographies
  4. ^ Hinshaw, VS; Olsen, CW; Dybdahl-Sissoko, N; Evans, D (1994). "Apoptosis: A mechanism of cell killing by influenza a and B viruses". Journal of virology 68 (6): 3667–73. PMC 236871. PMID 8189504. 
  5. ^ Webster, Robert G.; Yakhno, Maya; Hinshaw, Virginia S.; Bean, William J.; Copal Murti, K. (1978). "Intestinal influenza: Replication and characterization of influenza viruses in ducks". Virology 84 (2): 268–78. doi:10.1016/0042-6822(78)90247-7. PMID 23604. 
  6. ^ Hinshaw, VS; Webster, RG; Turner, B (1979). "Water-bone transmission of influenza a viruses?". Intervirology 11 (1): 66–8. doi:10.1159/000149014. PMID 429143. 

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