Gabriel Gasić Livacić

Gabriel Gasić Livacić

Fellow: Awarded 1943
Field of Study: Medicine and Health

Competition: Latin America & Caribbean

Universidad de Chile

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1943:

Appointed from Chile:

GASIĆ LIVACIĆ, GABRIEL.  Appointed for studies in the field of hematology and endocrinology; tenure, twelve months from July 6, 1944.

Born March 19, 1912, Punta Arenas, Chile. Education:  School of Medicine of the University of Chile, Licenciate in Medicine, 1937, Medical Surgeon, 1938.

Hematologist, 1934–40, Salvador, Hospital, Santiago; Assistant in the Biological Institute, 1936–37, Head of Practical Work, 1938, Head of the Laboratory, 1939—, School of Medicine of the University of Chile; Assistant Physician in the Department of Parasitology, 1937–43, Chief of Chagas Disease Section, 1944, Public Health Service, Chile; Assistant Professor of Parasitology, 1942–44, School of Medicine of the University of Chile.

Publications:  Articles in Boletín de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, Proceedings of the Eighth American Scientific Congress, Revista Chilena de Higiene y Medicina Preventiva, Revista Médica de Chile, Revista Chilena de Pediatría, Boletín de la Sociedad Chilena de Obstetricia y Ginecología, Revista Sudamericana de Morfología.

Prizes:  “Eleodoro Gormaz” prize, 1936–38, of the University of Chile; “Prix Clin,” 1938, and “Ramón Corbalán Melgarejo” prize, 1940, of the Medical Society of Chile.



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