About the Authors
Nigel Dimmock is an internationally acclaimed virologist who has spent the major part of his career at the University of Warwick's Department of Biological Sciences, where he is currently an emeritus professor. His main research interests are influenza viruses, HIV, and antiviral immunology.
Andrew Easton is professor of virology at the University of Warwick. Having spent two years working in the pharmaceutical industry he joined the department at Warwick in 1983 and became Head of the Virology Group in 1998. Easton's research focuses on the molecular biology of pneumoviruses.
Keith Leppard is a reader at the University of Warwick. His research focuses on the interactions of adenovirus with the host cell, in particular the effects of adenoviral proteins on functions of the cell nucleus, and on the development of adenovirus as a gene delivery vehicle.