Dr. Weinberg received his B.S. degree in Biology from M.I.T. in 1976. During his undergraduate years, he was awarded a grant for research funding from Harvard Medical School for research on an epizootic disease of an inbred rat strain NEDH Kx. In 1978 Dr. Weinberg co-authored a landmark immunology paper on the structure and function of human idiotypic immunoglobulins in the Journal of Immunology while doing research at Boston Children's Hospital. Following medical school (D.O.,1986), he did postgraduate residency training in Pathology at Brown University, and then did postgraduate residency training in Internal Medicine. Subsequently he spent about 20 years in clinical medical practice dividing his time between Family Medicine at the Boston Evening Medical Center and Emergency Medicine at local community hospitals. Bob then obtained a Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the New England School of Law in 2006 with a concentration in Intellectual Property and Patent Law. He then served as a Patent Analyst for Cardinal Intellectual Property as their expert in medical devices and biotechnology. Since 2007, Bob has been actively teaching physics, chemistry and math as an Adjunct Instructor at several local colleges part-time.
Dr. Robert Weinberg, D.O., J.D., has been involved with neurology research into neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.
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