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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY 43: 971, 2013
Cover legend: Adrian Whitehouse; a member of The Editorial Academy of
The International Journal of Oncology
Molecular Virology in 2010. His research focuses on investi­
gating the virus-host cell interactions which regulate oncogenic
virus replication and transformation in Kaposi's sarcomaassociated herpesvirus and Merkel cell polyomavirus. In
addition, he has an interest in developing novel herpesvirusbased vectors for cancer gene therapy applications. His research
is currently funded by the Biotechnology and Biological
Professor Adrian Whitehouse obtained his BSc in Microbiology
Sciences
from the University of Sheffield in 1991 and D. Phil in Molecular
Association of International Cancer Research, Wellcome Trust
Virology from the University of Oxford in 1994. Following
and Yorkshire Cancer Research. He has published over 70
postdoctoral work at the Molecular Medicine Unit, St James's
research articles, which have led to prestigious awards including
Hospital in Leeds, under the supervision of Professor Sir Alex
the Society of General Microbiology Fleming Award, and
Markham, he was awarded a Medical Research Council Non-
young researcher awards from the European Society of Clinical
clinical Fellowship in 1998. He then joined the School of
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and European Association
Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Leeds, as a
for Cancer Research.
Lecturer in 2002, appointed to Reader in 2005, and Professor of
Research
Council,
British
Skin
Foundation,
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