Peter Alfred Berg
Peter Alfred Berg was born in Munich 1931, Germany. He graduated in medicine at the university in Freiburg, 1956. Berg's training periods followed at the General Hospital in Elizabeth, NJ, USA, furthermore, at the Department of Pathology in Freiburg, Hopital de La Salpetriere (Neurology) and Hopital St. Louis (Hematology) in Paris as well at the Department of Immunology (Professor Roitt and Doniach) at the Middlesex Hospital in London. Berg became Diplome' de Institut Pasteur in Paris, 1964 and qualified as a Ph.D. degree holder at the University of London 1972. In 1976, he was appointed as a Professor of clinical medicine and clinical immunology at the Medical Department of the University in Tuebingen. He retired in 1996. His research thrived alongside the diagnostic immunologic laboratory that provided special investigations in the field of liver immunology, autoimmunity, and rheumatology .
Biography Updated on 1 June 2011