Arch Virol (2004) 149: 1467–1468 DOI 10.1007/s00705-004-0351-6 Obituary In Memoriam Michael Patrick Kiley (1942–2004) ichael P. Kiley, a pioneer in the molecular biology of negative stranded viruses and in both the de- sign and operation of modern maximum containment microbiological laboratories, died on January 24 in Olney, Maryland. Michael (always just Mike to all he met) was born on May 11, 1942 in Saratoga Springs, New York. His father was a physician in that famous horseracing town, and Mike was hooked on the excitement of the running and of the wagering long before he had the means to test his acumen. He attended Notre Dame University and received a BS in Biology in 1964. Traveling further west, he completed a Master degree at the University of Missouri, then doubled back to the University of Virginia for his PhD in microbiology and virology under the tutelage of Robert Wagner. After ﬁnishing in 1971, Mike spent four years at the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan where he worked with Fred Payne on measles virus and with Alan Kendal on inﬂuenza. He moved to University of Nevada, Reno for three years until I summoned him to Atlanta where
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Published: Jul 1, 2004
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