Teófilo Ortiz Ramírez

Fellow: Awarded 1935

Field of Study: Medicine and Health

Competition: Latin America & Caribbean

Born: 01-08-1901

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1935–36:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1935

Appointed from Mexico:

ORTIZ Y RAMÍREZ, TEÓFILO:  Appointed for clinical studies in the field of cardiac physiology, at Harvard University; tenure, twelve months from February 7, 1936.

Born January 8, 1901, at Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico. Education:  National University of Mexico, M.D., 1924.

Assistant in Experimental Work in Physiology, 1925–27, in charge of Experimental Work in Physiology, 1927–29, Professor of Internal Pathology, 1929, Professor of Physiology, 1929–32, Professor of Introductory Clinical Medicine, 1929–32, Professor of Pathological Physiology, 1930, Professor of Clinical Medicine, 1933—, Faculty of Medicine, National University of Mexico; in charge of the Section of Experimental Biochemistry, in charge of the Technical Consulting Department, and in charge of the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy, at various times during 1927–35, National Department of Health, Mexico.

Publications:  Articles in Revista de la Asociación Médica Mexicana, Medicina, Archivos Latino-Americanos de Cardiología y Hematología, Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Pan-American Medical Association, Reunión Anual del Club de Internistas de Estado de Texas, Sociedad Mexicana de Medicina Interna.