Fernando G. Huidobro Toro

Fernando G. Huidobro Toro

Fellow: Awarded 1940
Field of Study: Molecular and Cellular Biology

Competition: Latin America & Caribbean

Education: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1939–40:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1940

Appointed from Chile:

HUIDOBRO TORO, FERNANDO G.:  Appointed for studies centering about the question of the chemical transmission of nerve impulses; tenure, six months from January 1, 1941.

Born November 27, 1910, at Santiago, Chile. Education:  University of Chile, M.D., 1935.

Assistant in Physiology, 1931–32, 1933–36, Chief of practical work, 1936–37, Assistant Professor of Physiology, 1938, Surgeon and member of the staff of the Laboratory of Physiology, 1939—, Catholic University of Chile; Professor of Physiology, University of Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1940.

Publications:  Articles in Revista Médica de Chile, Anales de la Academia de Biología, Revista de Medicina y Alimentación, Kongressbericht des XVI Internationalen Physiologen Kongress.

 

 

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