Greg A. Kirchenbaum, PhD, University of Georgia

Greg A. Kirchenbaum, PhD
Greg A. Kirchenbaum, PhD

Dr. Kirchenbaum's research focuses on the B cell response elicited by influenza infection and/or vaccination in both ferrets and humans. His work aims to enhance our understanding of how prior influenza exposure shapes the B cell and antibody repertoires following secondary infection or vaccination. Additionally, he is working to develop reagents that will enable in-depth characterization of the B cell response elicited in ferrets.



  1. Kirchenbaum GA, Ross TM. Generation of Monoclonal Antibodies against Immunoglobulin Proteins of the Domestic Ferret (Mustela putorius furo). J Immunol Res. 2017;2017:5874572.
  2. Kirchenbaum GA, Allen JD, Layman TS, Sautto GA, Ross TM. Infection of Ferrets with Influenza Virus Elicits a Light Chain-Biased Antibody Response against Hemagglutinin. J Immunol. 2017 Oct 27. pii: ji1701174.