Abrahão De Moraes ( 1916- 1970) was a Brazilian astronomer and mathematician. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abrahão de Moraes"
Adib Domingos Jatene is a noted Brazilian physician, university professor, scientist and thoracic surgeon, one of the founders of the University of São Paulo Heart Institute and internationally respected as the inventor of the Jatene operation, a open heart surgery for revascularization of the myocardium. He was a Secretary of Health of São Paulo city and Minister of Health of Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adib Domingos Jatene"
Adolfo Lutz was a Brazilian physician, 1855- 1940, father of tropical medicine and medical zoology in Brazil, and a pioneer epidemiologist and researcher in infectious diseases. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adolfo Lutz"
Berta Maria Júlia Lutz (b. August 2, 1894, São Paulo; d. September 16, 1976, Rio de Janeiro) was a zoologist and scientist, and also a leading figure of feminism in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Berta Lutz"
Carl August Wilhelm Schwacke (b. 1848, Alfeld, Germany; d. 1904, Barbacena, Minas Gerais, Brazil) was a German botanist, explorer and naturalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carl August Wilhelm Schwacke"
Carlos Justiniano Ribeiro Chagas (born July 9, 1879, Oliveira, Minas Gerais, Brazil; died November 8, 1934, Rio de Janeiro), was a Brazilian physician. He discovered Chagas disease, also called American trypanosomiasis in 1909, while working at the Oswaldo Cruz Institute in Rio de Janeiro. Chagas’ work is unique in the history of medicine, because he was the only researcher so far to describe completely a new infectious disease: its pathogen, vector, host, clinical manifestations and epidemiology. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlos Chagas"
Drauzio Varella (b. 1943, São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian physician, educator, scientist and noted medical science popularizer in the press and TV. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drauzio Varella" Go crack a www.shortopedia.com!
Eduardo Moacyr Krieger (b. June 27, 1928, Cerro Largo, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), influent Brazilian physician, physiologist and scientific leader, current president of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eduardo Krieger"
Émil August Goeldi (var. Göldi, var. Emílio Augusto Goeldi) (b. August 28, 1859; d. July 5th, 1917 in Zurich), was a Swiss-Brazilian naturalist and zoologist. He studied in Germany with Ernst Haeckel, and arrived in Brazil in 1880 to work in the National Museum ( Museu Nacional) in Rio de Janeiro. After a while, he was fired, due to political circumstances related to the proclamation of the Republic and the exile of his benefactor, Emperor D. Pedro II. He was invited by the governor of the state of Pará, Lauro Sodré, to reorganize the Pará Museum of Natural History and Ethnography, in Belém, which had been founded in 1866. He arrived in 9 June 1894. In 1902, the Museum was renamed in his honor as Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. In his pioneering work, Goeldi was helped by several other foreign researchers, such as the Swiss botanist Jacques Huber (1867-1914), zoologist Emilia Snethlage (1868-1929), geologists Katzer and Kraatz and Adolfo Ducke (1876-1959), ethnographer and botanist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Émil Goeldi"
Fritz Köberle (b. October 1st, 1910, Eichgraben, Austria, d. February 20th, 1983, Americana, Brazil), Austrian-Brazilian physician, pathologist and scientist, discoverer of the neurogenic mechanism of the chronic phase of Chagas disease, a human parasitic disease caused by Trypanasoma cruzi, a protozoan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fritz Köberle"
Johann Friedrich Theodor Müller ( March 31, 1821– May 21, 1897) was a German biologist who emigrated to Brazil, where he studied the natural history of the Amazon Rainforest and was an early advocate of evolutionary theory. Müllerian mimicry is named after him. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fritz Müller"
Gastão Rosenfeld (b. Budapest, July 26 1912; d. São Paulo, July 15 1990), was a Brazilian physician and biomedical scientist, one of the co-discoverers of bradykinin, together with Maurício Rocha e Silva and Wilson Teixeira Beraldo, in 1949. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gastão Rosenfeld"
Hélio Lourenço de Oliveira (b. July 9th, 1917, Porto Ferreira, Brazil, d. March 14th, 1985, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil) was a Brazilian physician, and academic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hélio Lourenço de Oliveira"
Henrique da Rocha Lima (1879–1956) was a Brazilian physician, pathologist and infectologist. Working in Germany, he discovered Rickettsia prowazekii, the pathogen of endemic typhus. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henrique da Rocha Lima" It's real www.shortopedia.com feeling!
Hermann von Ihering ( 1850 - 1930) was a German- Brazilian zoologist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hermann von Ihering"
José Aristodemo Pinotti is a Brazilian physician, gynecological surgeon, university professor, scientific and educational leader and politician. He is currently a federal congressman by the state of São Paulo and municipal secretary of education of São Paulo city, and the chairman of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics of the Medical School of the University of São Paulo. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Aristodemo Pinotti"
José Mauro Volkmer de Castilho (1946-1998), was a Brazilian scientist, teacher and researcher. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Mauro Volkmer de Castilho"
José Reis (b. June 12, 1907, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; d. May 16, 2002, São Paulo) was a noted Brazilian scientist, journalist, scientific leader and science writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Reis"
Lucien Alphonse Joseph Lison ( 1908- 1979) was a Belgian/Brazilian physician and biomedical scientist, considered the "father of histochemistry". ...more on Wikipedia about "Lucien Lison"
Marcelo Sabbatini (b. November 4th, 1974, Ribeirão Preto, state of São Paulo, Brazil is a Brazilian educator, scientist and writer, an expert in computer-mediated communication, noted for his pioneering role in the history of open access electronic publishing and distance education in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marcelo Sabbatini"
Maurício Oscar da Rocha e Silva (b. September 19, 1910, Rio de Janeiro; d. December 19, 1983, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil) was a Brazilian physician, biomedical scientist and pharmacologist. He discovered bradykinin, an endogenous polypeptide involved in the physiology, pharmacology and pathology of blood pressure control and many other phenomena related to the contraction of smooth muscles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maurício Rocha e Silva" The article you are reading is from http://www.shortopedia.com
Miguel Rolando Covian (1913-1992), was an Argentinian/ Brazilian physiologist, medical educator and writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miguel Rolando Covian"
Orville Adalbert Derby (b. July 23, 1851, Kellogsville, New York, USA; d. November 27, 1915, Rio de Janeiro) was an American geologist who worked in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Orville Adalbert Derby"
Oswaldo Gonçalves Cruz (b. August 5, 1872, São Luíz de Paraitinga, São Paulo, Brazil; d. February 11, 1917, Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian physician, bacteriologist, epidemiologist and public health officer and the founder of the Oswaldo Cruz Institute. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oswaldo Cruz"
Paulo Duarte ( 1899– 1984) was a Brazilian archaeologist and humanist. He was the first person to practice archaeology on a large scale in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paulo Duarte"
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