Robin Warren Net Worth

Robin Warren is an Australian pathologist and Nobel Laureate who was born on June 11, 1937 in Adelaide, Australia. He won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2005 for his discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori and its role in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. Warren and his colleague Barry Marshall spent seven years researching and establishing the presence of the bacterium in the stomach, despite the scientific community's initial rejection of their findings. Eventually, their research was accepted and they were awarded the Nobel Prize for their groundbreaking discovery.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Australian pathologist
Birth Day June 11, 1937
Birth Place Adelaide, Australia, Australian
Birth Sign Cancer
Education St Peter's College, Adelaide
Alma mater University of Adelaide
Known for Nobel Prize, discovery of Helicobacter pylori
Awards Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (2005)
Fields Pathologist
Institutions Royal Perth Hospital

💰 Net worth: $500,000

Robin Warren, a renowned Australian pathologist, is estimated to have a net worth of $500,000 in 2024. He is widely recognized for his significant contributions to the field of pathology in Australia. Robin Warren's groundbreaking research alongside Barry Marshall on the bacterium Helicobacter pylori revolutionized medical understanding, leading them to receive the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005. Beyond his notable achievements, Robin Warren continues to make a lasting impact in the medical community, cementing his place as a distinguished figure in Australian healthcare.

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Warren married Winifred Theresa Warren (née Williams) in the early 1960s and together they had five children. Winifred Warren went on to become an accomplished Psychiatrist. Following her death in 1997, Warren retired from Medicine.


In 1963, Warren was appointed Honorary Clinical Assistant in Pathology and Honorary Registrar in Haematology at Royal Adelaide Hospital. Subsequently, he lectured in pathology at Adelaide University, then took up the position of Clinical Pathology Registrar at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. In 1967, Warren was elected to the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and became a senior pathologist at the Royal Perth Hospital where he spent the majority of his career.


In 2005, Warren and Marshall were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine.


An Australian documentary was made in 2006 about Warren and Marshall's road to the Nobel Prize, called "The Winner's Guide to the Nobel Prize". He was appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia in 2007.