Master pays tribute to Prof Gustav Born
The Master was joined by Prof Born's daughter, Georgina, to talk about her late father's life and work, which included pioneering discoveries in the field of blood platelets.
Prof Born was born in Germany in 1921, the son of Max Born (1882-1970), the Nobel-Prize-winning physicist. He arrived in Britain in the 1930s, his family having fled Nazi Germany, and went on to have his own eminent academic career, which saw him go from St Peter's, where he taught between 1959 and 1960, to King's College London and then Cambridge, where he was Sheild Professor of Pharmacology.
He was elected an Honorary Fellow of St Peter's in 1979, and was a generous supporter of the college, giving money over the years to support graduate medical scholarships (now in their seventeenth year).
The tribute to Prof Born can be listened to in full here (7:53 on the clock).