Salomón Horovitz

Salomón Horovitz

Fellow: Awarded 1931
Field of Study: Molecular and Cellular Biology

Competition: Latin America & Caribbean

Universidad de Buenos Aires

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1931–32:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1931

Appointed from Argentina:

HOROVITZ, SALOMON:  Appointed for studies in cytology and genetics, chiefly at the laboratory of the Carnegie Institution, Cold Spring Harbor, and at Cornell University; tenure, fifteen months from June 10, 1931.

Born November 12, 1897, at Villaguay, Argentina. Education: Colegio Nacional Mariano Moreno, Bachiller,  1916; University of Buenos Aires, Agricultural Engineer, 1919.

Agricultural expert, 1922-27, Children’s Reformatory in Olivera; Agricultural expert, 1923, National Hospital for the Insane; Chief of the Institute of Genetics in the Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, 1926—, University of Buenos Aires.

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