Ben completed his postdoctoral formation in Molecular Biology from Harvard University in 2007 after receiving his PhD in Medicine from McGill University in 2004. This training was subsequently applied to the study of host and pathogen interactions, with a focus on the molecular biology of virus infection.
Dr. tenOever has been leading an independent research group which focuses on virus biology since 2007. He is presently a Professor of Microbiology, a Professor of Medicine, and the Director of the Virology Institute at New York University School of Medicine. Dr. tenOever is a former Pew scholar, a Borroughs Welcome Fund Investigator in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease, and a recipient of the Cozzarelli prize in Biomedical Science. Dr. tenOever was also honored with a Vilcek Award for creative promise and served as a US Ambassador of Science as a Distinguished Chair of the Fulbright Commission.
Stevens CS, Lowry J, Juelich T, Atkins C, Johnson K, Smith JK, Panis M, Ikegami T, tenOever B, Freiberg AN, Lee B.
Serafini RA, Frere JJ, tenOever B, Zachariou V.
Higgins CA, Nilsson-Payant BE, Bonaventure B, Kurland AP, Ye C, Yaron TM, Johnson JL, Adhikary P, Golynker I, Panis M, Danziger O, Rosenberg BR, Cantley LC, Martínez-Sobrido L, tenOever B, Johnson JR.
Carrau L, Frere JJ, Golynker I, Fajardo A, Rivera CF, Horiuchi S, Roonprapunt T, Minkoff JM, Blanco-Melo D, TenOever B.