Mike Bray, National Institutes of Health, USA
Mike Bray has had a 26-year research career in virology and antiviral drug development. After training in medicine and pathology and working for 3 years as a forensic pathologist, he began research on dengue virus at the National Institutes of Health in 1986. In 1995, he transferred to the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, where he studied hemorrhagic fever viruses and poxviruses in laboratory animals and assessed new drugs and vaccines. In 2002, he returned to NIH, where he is a medical officer in the Division of Clinical Research, NIAID. He served as the reviews editor of Antiviral Research from 2007-11, and became editor-in-chief in January, 2012.
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