Anne Uttley (née Dubber)

BMJ 2009; 338 doi: (Published 23 June 2009) Cite this as: BMJ 2009;338:b2506
  1. John Pattison

    Anne Uttley (née Dubber) was born on the 19 April 1939 and was brought up to value academic excellence in a supportive and studious atmosphere in Lanarkshire. She won a scholarship to the University of Glasgow and qualified in medicine in 1962. After house jobs she was supported by the Medical Research Council to research aspects of fibrinolysis and was awarded a PhD in 1967. After moving to London, Anne embarked on her long term commitment to medical microbiology. As was her custom, she started by gaining a thorough grounding in the subject with the award …

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