Gregory Winter

1951 - Today

Gregory Winter

Sir Gregory Paul Winter (born 14 April 1951) is a Nobel Prize-winning British biochemist best known for his work on the therapeutic use of monoclonal antibodies. His research career has been based almost entirely at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology and the MRC Centre for Protein Engineering, in Cambridge, England. He is credited with invented techniques to both humanise (1986) and, later, to fully humanise using phage display, antibodies for therapeutic uses. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gregory Winter has received more than 67,119 page views. His biography is available in 36 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 443rd most popular chemist.

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Among chemists, Gregory Winter ranks 443 out of 473Before him are James B. Conant, Edward Calvin Kendall, Karol Olszewski, Theodor Curtius, Alexander Pavlovich Vinogradov, and David Warren. After him are Kathleen Lonsdale, Albert Ladenburg, James Smithson, Hans Tropsch, Edward Goodrich Acheson, and Heinrich Caro.

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Among people born in 1951, Gregory Winter ranks 228Before him are David Patrick Kelly, Michel Pollentier, Marcel Iureș, Tom Wopat, William Katt, and Kazuo Saito. After him are David Kipiani, Barbara Morgan, Waldir Peres, Tom Noonan, Bob Gale, and Trixi Schuba.

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In United Kingdom

Among people born in United Kingdom, Gregory Winter ranks 2,820 out of 5,347Before him are Seán Lester (1888), Maria Edgeworth (1768), Anita Roddick (1942), Joely Richardson (1965), Bernard Sumner (1956), and Paul Weller (1958). After him are William Thomas Blanford (1832), Bryan Robson (1957), Mark Sheppard (1964), Patrick Doyle (1953), Hugh Dancy (1975), and Cormac Murphy-O'Connor (1932).

Among CHEMISTS In United Kingdom

Among chemists born in United Kingdom, Gregory Winter ranks 58Before him are John William Draper (1811), Luke Howard (1772), Tim Hunt (1943), Peter Atkins (1940), Neil Bartlett (1932), and Christopher Kelk Ingold (1893). After him are Arthur Aikin (1773) and Martyn Poliakoff (1947).