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Martin J. S. Dyer Edit Profile

medical educator

Martin J. S. Dyer, British medical educator. Achievements include discovery of BCL7, BCL9, BCL10 and BCL11 gene families; development of CAMPATH antibodies; development of long distance inverse polymerase chain reaction methods. Meres Senior Studentship, St. Johns College, Cambridge, 1987-1990, Fulbright scholarship, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1995-1997.

Background

Dyer, Martin J. S. was born on October 8, 1955 in London. Son of John F. S. and Linda M. S. Dyer.

Education

Master of Arts Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, 1980. Bachelor of Medicine BCh, Cambridge University, England, 1982.

Career

Reader, haemato-oncology Institute Cancer Research, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, 1990—2001. Professor, haemato-oncology Leicester University, England, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of BCL7, BCL9, BCL10 and BCL11 gene families. Development of CAMPATH antibodies. Development of long distance inverse polymerase chain reaction methods.

Membership

Master: Royal College of Physicians. Fellow: Royal College of Physicians, Royal College Pathologists.

Connections

Married Sally Ann Woodward, September 18, 1982. Children: Rebecca A S, Samuel J S.

father:
John F. S.

mother:
Linda M. S. Dyer

spouse:
Sally Ann Woodward

child:
Rebecca A S. Dyer

child:
Samuel J S. Dyer