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David Moore Glover

cell biology educator

David Moore Glover, British cell biology educator. Fellow Royal Society Edinburgh; member European Molecular Biology Organization, Human Genome Organization.

Background

Glover, David Moore was born on March 28, 1948 in Chapeltown, Yorkshire, England. Son of Charles David and Olivia (Glover) Glover.

Education

Bachelor, Cambridge University, England, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, London University, 1972.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow department biochemistry Stanford University, California, 1972-1975. Lecturer biochemistry Imperial College, London, 1975-1981, senior lecturer, reader, 1981-1986, professor molecular genetics, 1986-1989, head department biochemistry, 1988-1989. Joint director cancer research campaign Eukargotic Molecular Genetics Group, 1979-1989.

Professor, director cancer research campaign cell cycle genetics group Dundee (Scotland) University, 1989—1999. Arthur & Balfow professor genetics University Cambridge, since 1999.

Works

  • Author science books, since 1974. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Edinburgh. Member European Molecular Biology Organization, Human Genome Organization.

Connections

Married Magdalena Zernicha-Goefe, Apr 1, 2000.

father:
Charles David Glover

mother:
Olivia (Glover) Glover

spouse:
Magdalena Zernicha-Goefe