Michael Samuel Neuberger FRS FMedSci was a British biochemist and immunologist.Biography Born in Kensington, Michael Samuel Neuberger was the fourth of five children of Albert Neuberger and Lilian Ida . He was educated at Westminster School and then went up to Trinity College, Cambridge, from where he graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Natural Sciences in 1974. Neuberger then joined Brian Hartley at Imperial College to study for his PhD. During this time, and at Hartley’s suggestion, he visited the South African biologist Sydney Brenner at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. The discussions they had were so stimulating for Neuberger that was drawn back to the LMB in 1980 and remained there for the rest of his career, eventually becoming its deputy director. Earlier, though, César Milstein at the LMB had recommended that Neuberger spent some time learning immunology with Klaus Rajewsky at the University of Cologne; he spent 18 months there, after his PhD.Source: Wikipedia
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