E P Gibbs

E P Gibbs

Professor Emeritus

Department: HP-ENVIRONMENTAL GLOBAL HLTH
Business Phone: (352) 339-3650
Business Email: pgibbs@ufl.edu

About E P Gibbs

Professional Focus

One World: One Health with a focus on the control and prevention of emerging and foreign animal diseases of viral etiology, including those of zoonotic importance, through research, policy development, and emergency response training.

Former Appointments

— Associate Dean for Students and Instruction, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2010-2012 Director, International Center, University of Florida, 1994-1999

— Professor of Virology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, 1979-2012

— Principal Veterinary Research Officer, Pirbright Institute, United Kingdom, 1970-1979

— Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, Kansas 2015-2016 in connection with scientific program for National Bio and AgroDefense Facility, Department of Homeland Security

Accomplishments

EU Expert Evaluator
2019 · Horizon 2020: One Health European Joint Project
Co-Chair of panel
2018 · China-UK Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance administered by the Medical Research Council of the United Kingdom
Honorary Diplomate
2017 · American Veterinary Epidemiological Society
Member
2015-current · Advisory Committee, UK Research Councils for Programme on Zoonoses in Emerging Livestock Systems
Professor of Virology
2013-current · College of Veterinary Medicine, Lincoln Memorial University, Tennessee
External Examiner, Master of Science in One Health
2013-2018 · University of Edinburgh
Chair of the Foreign and Emerging Diseases Committee
2008-2013 · US Animal Health Association

Publications

2018
Gene Therapy for Osteoarthritis: Pharmacokinetics of Intra-Articular Self-Complementary Adeno-Associated Virus Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Delivery in an Equine Model.
Human gene therapy. Clinical development. 29(2):90-100 [DOI] 10.1089/humc.2017.142. [PMID] 29869540.
2018
Self-Complementary Adeno-Associated Virus-Mediated Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Gene Delivery for the Treatment of Osteoarthritis: Test of Efficacy in an Equine Model.
Human gene therapy. Clinical development. 29(2):101-112 [DOI] 10.1089/humc.2017.143. [PMID] 29869535.
2018
Musings on the future direction of One Health, William Hunting and tuberculosis, while listening to blackbirds sing.
The Veterinary record. 183(2):57-62 [DOI] 10.1136/vr.k3037. [PMID] 30002176.
2015
Bluetongue.
Revue scientifique et technique (International Office of Epizootics). 34(2):329-40 [PMID] 26601438.
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2014
The evolution of One Health: a decade of progress and challenges for the future.
The Veterinary record. 174(4):85-91 [DOI] 10.1136/vr.g143. [PMID] 24464377.
2013
Prevalence of and exposure factors for seropositivity to H3N8 canine influenza virus in dogs with influenza-like illness in the United States.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 242(2):209-16 [DOI] 10.2460/javma.242.2.209. [PMID] 23276098.
2012
Diagnostic performance of the canine influenza A virus subtype H3N8 hemagglutination inhibition assay.
Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation : official publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc. 24(3):499-508 [DOI] 10.1177/1040638712440992. [PMID] 22529116.
2012
Serological evidence of H3N8 canine influenza-like virus circulation in USA dogs prior to 2004.
Veterinary journal (London, England : 1997). 191(3):312-6 [DOI] 10.1016/j.tvjl.2011.11.010. [PMID] 22178358.
2011
One Health and the Neglected Zoonoses: Turning Rhetoric Into Reality
Veterinary Record. 169(11):281-285 [DOI] 10.1136/vr.d5378. [PMID] 21908565.
2010
Canine H3N8 influenza virus infection in dogs and mice.
Veterinary pathology. 47(3):507-17 [DOI] 10.1177/0300985810363718. [PMID] 20351357.
2010
Equine and canine influenza: a review of current events.
Animal health research reviews. 11(1):43-51 [DOI] 10.1017/S1466252310000046. [PMID] 20426896.
2009
One World – One Health’ and the global challenge of epidemic diseases of viral aetiology.
Veterinaria italiana. 45(1):35-44 [PMID] 20391388.
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2009
Essential veterinary education: equipping students with an understanding of the need for research in global veterinary public health.
Revue scientifique et technique (International Office of Epizootics). 28(2):663-9 [PMID] 20128477.
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2008
Us Concerns Over Bluetongue
Science. 320
2007
Efficacy, duration, and onset of immunogenicity of a West Nile virus vaccine, live Flavivirus chimera, in horses with a clinical disease challenge model.
Equine veterinary journal. 39(6):491-7 [PMID] 18065305.
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2007
Safety of an attenuated West Nile virus vaccine, live Flavivirus chimera in horses.
Equine veterinary journal. 39(6):486-90 [PMID] 18065304.
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2007
Comparative efficacies of three commercially available vaccines against West Nile Virus (WNV) in a short-duration challenge trial involving an equine WNV encephalitis model.
Clinical and vaccine immunology : CVI. 14(11):1465-71 [PMID] 17687109.
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2006
Diagnostic performance of the equine IgM capture ELISA for serodiagnosis of West Nile virus infection.
Journal of veterinary internal medicine. 20(3):608-13 [PMID] 16734097.
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2005
Characterization of surface interleukin-2 receptor expression on gated populations of peripheral blood mononuclear cells from manatees, Trichechus manatus latirostris.
Veterinary immunology and immunopathology. 108(3-4):269-83 [PMID] 16112745.
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2005
Emerging zoonotic epidemics in the interconnected global community.
The Veterinary record. 157(22):673-9 [PMID] 16311375.
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2005
Transmission of equine influenza virus to dogs.
Science (New York, N.Y.). 310(5747):482-5 [PMID] 16186182.
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2003
In vitro development and characterization of a manatee bronchial cell line.
In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal. 39(5-6):249-56 [PMID] 12841797.
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2003
The foot-and-mouth disease epidemic of 2001 in the UK: implications for the USA and the “”war on terror”.
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. 30(2):121-32 [DOI] 10.3138/jvme.30.2.121. [PMID] 12970855.
2001
Venereal transmission of pseudorabies viruses indigenous to feral swine.
Journal of wildlife diseases. 37(2):289-96 [PMID] 11310879.
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2000
Safety testing of needle free, jet injection devices to detect contamination with blood and other tissue fluids.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 916:681-2 [PMID] 11193700.
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1997
Mechanisms of transmission of Aujeszky’s disease virus originating from feral swine in the USA.
Veterinary microbiology. 55(1-4):123-30 [PMID] 9220604.
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1997
The public health risks associated with wild and feral swine.
Revue scientifique et technique (International Office of Epizootics). 16(2):594-8 [PMID] 9501373.
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1997
Genital infection and transmission of pseudorabies virus in feral swine in Florida, USA.
Veterinary microbiology. 55(1-4):131-9 [PMID] 9220605.
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1994
Evaluation of swinepox virus as a vaccine vector in pigs using an Aujeszky’s disease (pseudorabies) virus gene insert coding for glycoproteins gp50 and gp63.
The Veterinary record. 134(1):13-8 [PMID] 8128561.
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1994
The epidemiology of bluetongue.
Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases. 17(3-4):207-20 [PMID] 8001346.
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1993
Epidemiology of bluetongue in Central America and the Caribbean: initial entomological findings. Regional Bluetongue Team.
Medical and veterinary entomology. 7(4):309-15 [PMID] 8268483.
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1993
Prevalence of pseudorabies (Aujeszky’s disease) virus antibodies in feral swine in Florida.
Journal of wildlife diseases. 29(3):403-9 [PMID] 8394943.
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1993
Vector competence parameters of Culicoides variipennis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) for bluetongue virus serotype 2.
Journal of medical entomology. 30(1):204-8 [PMID] 8381869.
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1992
Epidemiology of bluetongue viruses in the American tropics. Regional Bluetongue Team.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 653:243-50 [PMID] 1320841.
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1992
Evaluation of Culicoides insignis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) as a vector of bluetongue virus.
Veterinary microbiology. 32(1):1-14 [PMID] 1325085.
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1991
Isolation and molecular characterization of the swinepox virus thymidine kinase gene.
Virology. 183(2):578-85 [PMID] 1853562.
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1991
Seroepidemiology of Bivens Arm virus infections of cattle in Florida, St. Croix and Puerto Rico.
Veterinary microbiology. 28(2):121-7 [PMID] 1871952.
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1991
A comparison of differential diagnostic tests to detect antibodies to pseudorabies glycoproteins gX, gI, and gIII in naturally infected feral pigs.
Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation : official publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc. 3(4):344-5 [PMID] 1662082.
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1990
Bluetongue epidemiology in the Caribbean region: serological and entomological evidence from a pilot study in Barbados.
Medical and veterinary entomology. 4(3):289-95 [PMID] 1966778.
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1990
Culicoides spp. (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) associated with cattle in St. Croix, Virgin Islands, and their relevance to bluetongue virus.
Journal of medical entomology. 27(6):1071-3 [PMID] 2177791.
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1990
Serologic survey for transmissible gastroenteritis virus neutralizing antibodies in selected feral and domestic swine sera in the southern United States.
Journal of wildlife diseases. 26(3):420-2 [PMID] 2167395.
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1989
Bivens arm virus: a new rhabdovirus isolated from Culicoides insignis in Florida and related to Tibrogargan virus of Australia.
Veterinary microbiology. 19(2):141-50 [PMID] 2650459.
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1989
Bluetongue epidemiology in the Caribbean region: serological and entomological findings from a pilot sentinel system in Trinidad and Tobago.
Medical and veterinary entomology. 3(2):101-5 [PMID] 2562417.
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1988
Detection of eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus antigen in equine brain tissue by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.
American journal of veterinary research. 49(10):1716-8 [PMID] 2847605.
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1984
Ixodid ticks on feral swine in Florida.
Journal of wildlife diseases. 20(2):114-9 [PMID] 6737605.
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1983
Bluetongue–an analysis of current problems, with particular reference to importation of ruminants to the United States.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 182(11):1190-4 [PMID] 6305899.
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1980
The search for viruses in bovine semen, a review.
Theriogenology. 14(2):151-65 [PMID] 16725520.
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1973
Cowpox in a dairy herd in the United Kingdom.
The Veterinary record. 92(3):56-64 [PMID] 4686118.
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Patents

Issued July 1997
Use of Recombinant Swine Poxvirus as a Live Vaccine Vector
#5,651,972
Issued April 2001
Use of Recombinant Swine Poxvirus as a Live Vaccine Vector
#6,217,882
Issued June 2011
Canine Influenza Virus
#7,959,929
Issued May 2016
Materials and Methods for Respiratory Disease Control in Canines (DIV2)
#9,345,758
Issued March 2018
Materials and Methods for Respiratory Disease Control in Canines (DIV1)
#9,913,892

Education

Fellowship by Examination
1976 · Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Doctor of Philosophy
1970 · University of Bristol, School of Veterinary Science
Bachelor of Veterinary Science
1967 · University of Bristol, School of Veterinary Science

Teaching Profile

Courses Taught
2007-2011
VEM5571 Emerging Diseases
2006-2011
VEM5510 Emerg Exotic Diseases
2010-2011
VEM5892 Adv Clk Spec Projects
2006-2007,2009-2010
VEM5001 Career Op in Vet Med
2007-2010
VEM5503 Vet Epidemiology
2007
PHC6937 Spec Top Public Hlth

Contact Details

Phones:
Business:
(352) 339-3650
Emails:
Business:
pgibbs@ufl.edu

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