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University of Buenos Aires

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Official Website:
http://www.uba.ar/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paul A. Brunner
Business
c. 1935   Spring Capital, Inc.
Pope Francis
Religion
17-Dec-1936   Roman Catholic Pontiff
Arturo Frondizi
Head of State
28-Oct-1908 18-Apr-1995 President of Argentina, 1958-62
Che Guevara
Activist
14-Jun-1928 9-Oct-1967 Revolutionary icon
Bernardo Houssay
Scientist
10-Apr-1887 21-Sep-1971 Pituitary hormones in sugar metabolism
Mercedes Johnson
Business
c. 1954   CFO of Avago Technologies
Mauricio Kagel
Composer
24-Dec-1931 18-Sep-2008 Absurdist composer
Carlos Saavedra Lamas
Diplomat
1-Nov-1878 5-May-1959 Diplomat, Nobel Prize recipient
Luis Leloir
Chemist
6-Sep-1906 2-Dec-1987 Conversion of carbohydrates
César Milstein
Scientist
8-Oct-1927 24-Mar-2002 Hybridoma technique (monoclonal antibodies)
Manuel Puig
Novelist
28-Dec-1932 22-Jul-1990 Kiss of the Spider Woman

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jorge Luis Borges
Author
24-Aug-1899 14-Jun-1986 The Garden of Forking Paths
Bernardo Houssay
Scientist
10-Apr-1887 21-Sep-1971 Pituitary hormones in sugar metabolism
Carlos Saavedra Lamas
Diplomat
1-Nov-1878 5-May-1959 Diplomat, Nobel Prize recipient
Luis Leloir
Chemist
6-Sep-1906 2-Dec-1987 Conversion of carbohydrates
César Milstein
Scientist
8-Oct-1927 24-Mar-2002 Hybridoma technique (monoclonal antibodies)

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carlos Saavedra Lamas
Diplomat
1-Nov-1878 5-May-1959 Diplomat, Nobel Prize recipient


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