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Eugene D. Weinberg upon completion of his PhD degree in Microbiology (University of Chicago, 1950), Gene Weinberg joined the Biology faculty of Indiana University, Bloomington, USA. He was promoted to Professor in 1961 and received a joint appointment in the Medical Sciences Program. He retired from teaching in 1992 and has continued to write and speak on issues of iron toxicity. His research initially focused on suppression of growth of infectious microbes and cancer cells by restricting their supply of host iron. He pioneered in the discovery of the host iron withholding defense system. Recently, he has been concerned with iron as a risk factor in osteoporosis and in complications of pregnancy.
Growth of infectious microbes and cancer cells by restricting their supply of host iron