British virologists

2017-08-03T23:06:01+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Michael Stoker, Mike Leahy, Christopher Andrewes, John Skehel, Tom Solomon (neurologist), June Almeida, Leslie Collier, Lionel Crawford, Michael Houghton (virologist), Wendy Barclay, Jane A. McKeating, Norman Pirie, John Oxford, Paul Kellam, Geoffrey L. Smith, Alick Isaacs, Tony Minson, Alan John Beale, Morag Crichton Timbury flashcards British virologists
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  • Michael Stoker
    Sir Michael George Parke Stoker CBE FRS MD FRCP (4 July 1918 – 13 August 2013) was a British physician and medical researcher in virology.
  • Mike Leahy
    Michael Brian "Mike" Leahy (born 1966) is a British scientist and TV presenter, known for his series Bite Me on the National Geographic Channel.
  • Christopher Andrewes
    Sir Christopher Howard Andrewes FRS (7 June 1896 – 31 December 1988) was a British virologist who discovered the human influenza A virus in 1933.
  • John Skehel
    Sir John James Skehel (born 27 February 1941) FRS FMedSci is a British virologist and Emeritus scientist at the Francis Crick Institute in London.
  • Tom Solomon (neurologist)
    Tom Solomon FRCP is Professor of Neurology, Director of the Institute of Infection and Global Health at the University of Liverpool, and Director of the National Institute for Health Research, Health Protection Research Unit in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections.
  • June Almeida
    June Dalziel Almeida (5 October 1930 – 1 December 2007) was a Scottish virologist who, with little formal education, became a Doctor of Science and a pioneer in virus imaging, identification and diagnosis.
  • Leslie Collier
    Leslie Harold Collier (9 February 1921 – 14 March 2011) was a scientist responsible for developing a freeze-drying method to produce a more heat stable smallpox vaccine in the late 1940s.
  • Lionel Crawford
    Lionel Vivian Crawford FRS FRSE is a British cancer expert and virologist.
  • Michael Houghton (virologist)
    Michael Houghton is a British scientist, who along with Qui-Lim Choo, George Kuo and Daniel W.
  • Wendy Barclay
    Wendy Barclay is a British virologist who currently holds a Chair in Influenza Virology at the Imperial College London.
  • Jane A. McKeating
    Jane A. McKeating is a professor of Molecular Virology and Deputy Head of the School of Immunity and Infection at the University of Birmingham, England, since January 2005.
  • Norman Pirie
    Pirie was born in Easebourne, near Midhurst in West Sussex, the youngest of three children of Sir George Pirie, a Scottish painter, and his wife while they were on a visit to England.
  • John Oxford
    Oxford was educated at the University of Reading, gaining a Bachelor of Science degree in 1963 and the University of Sheffield where he was awarded a PhD in 1966.
  • Paul Kellam
    Paul Kellam (born 13 September 1965) is the Virus Genomics team leader and is a Professor of Viral Pathogenesis at University College London.
  • Geoffrey L. Smith
    Geoffrey Lilley Smith (born 1955) FRS FMedSci FRSB is a British virologist and medical research authority in the area of Vaccinia virus and the family of Poxviruses.
  • Alick Isaacs
    Alick Isaacs FRS (17 July 1921 – 26 January 1967) was a British (Scottish) virologist, who is best known for his 1957 co-discovery of interferon with Swiss virologist Jean Lindenmann.
  • Tony Minson
    Anthony (Tony) Charles Minson, PhD, FMedSci (born 8 February 1944) is a British virologist known for his work on the biology of herpesviruses, and a university administrator.
  • Alan John Beale
    Alan John Beale (23 July 1923 - 9 December 2005), more commonly known as John Beale, was a leading expert on vaccines and viruses.
  • Morag Crichton Timbury
    Dr. Morag Crichton Timbury, née McCulloch FRSE FRCP, FRCPath (born c. 1930) is a Scottish medical virologist, bacteriologist and science writer.