Trustee to be appointed Master of Trinity College
The Queen has approved that Sir Gregory Winter CBE FRS, Trustee of CCT and COT, be appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, in succession to Lord Rees of Ludlow who retires from the post on 30 June 2012.
Sir Gregory, who graduated from Trinity College in 1973, has been a Senior Research Fellow of the College since 1991 and is a pioneer of antibody engineering. He was a founder of Cambridge Antibody Technology, one of the early commercial biotech companies involved in this field, and is a member of the Medical Research Council’s Laboratory of Molecular Biology, having co-founded the MRC Centre for Protein Engineering.
Sir Gregory has won numerous scientific awards, including the Royal Medal of the Royal Society which he received this year.