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Aubrey Lieberman M.D. was born and raised near Johannesburg, South Africa. He attended one of the preeminent southern hemisphere medical schools, graduating from the six-year medical school program at the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, in 1970. He was awarded the David Lurie Memorial prize for the most outstanding student in surgery in 1970. His postgraduate training took place at the Boston University Medical Center, 1971-1977. He was the chief resident in neurology from July 1976 until June 1977, during the year during which he was a fellow in the renowned Behavioral Neurology Unit at the Boston Veterans Administration Medical Center. In the context of his fascination with clinical medicine, affinity for people, empathic and beneficent nature, he enthusiastically joined a private general adult neurology practice in 1977, while maintaining academic and community hospital affiliations. He was certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Adult Neurology) in 1977, and by the American Board of Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology (Electroencephalography) in 1981. He was an instructor in neurology from 1977 until 1989 at the Boston University School of Medicine, and an assistant clinical professor of neurology at Tufts University Medical School, from 1982 until 2004. He participated actively in undergraduate and postgraduate education, and community education, and served on numerous hospital committees. He was the neurology division chief at three community hospitals over a span of many years, co-directed the pain management program at Tufts New England Medical Center from 1982 until 1986, and a community hospital-based pain management program from 1994 until 1999. He has practiced sleep medicine as a subspecialty of neurology since 1982, and has been a medical director of two clinical sleep laboratories at community hospitals. He was a member of the review panel, practice standards subcommittee, American Academy of Neurology, from 1993 until 2002, and the American Academy of Neurology committee on continuing medical education review panel from 1994 until 2000. He became a member of the Massachusetts Electronic Health Care Collaborative in 2006. His practice was selected to operate as one of the beta versions designed to facilitate the introduction of electronic health care in the region. Since then, he has concentrated on the utilization of information technology in clinical practice, achieving a high degree of proficiency in the field, harnessing its current and future potential to improve the quality of healthcare, including optimization of patient education specific to individual medical problems. He believes strongly in the team concept, and collaborates extensively with other individuals in the community, and at tertiary care referral centers, in order to optimize individual patient care.