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Biologist , educator , Immunologist , researcher

Mauricio Vladimiro Londner, Argentinian Biologist, immunologist, researcher, educator. Achievements include first publication on transfer of tumor immunity with ribonucleic acid; first to isolate and purified the glycosyl phosphatidy inositol antigens of the protozoan parasite Leishmania. Recipient first prize in immunology Society Leprology, Argentina, 1977.

Background

Londner, Mauricio Vladimiro was born on November 7, 1931 in Buenos Aires. Son of Nachman and Juana Sara (Aufgang) Londner. arrived in Israel, 1977.

Education

Pharmacist, University Litoral, Rosario, Argentina, 1961. Master in Biochemistry, University Rosario, Argentina, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University Rosario, Argentina, 1969.

Career

Researcher, Institute Medical Investigation, Rosario, 1965-1971; senior lecturer department physiology, Faculty Medicine, Rosario, 1967-1974; associate professor department biochemistry, Faculty Medicine, Rosario, 1975-1976; senior researcher, U. Rosario, Argentina, 1971-1975; director research, U. Rosario, Argentina, 1975-1977; associate professor department parasitology, Hebrew U., Jerusalem, 1977-1990; visiting professor department biomembranes, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel, 1991-1995. Member Cons. Committee Medical Education, Rosario, 1971-1973. Science consultant Research Council U. Rosario, Argentina, 1974-1977, Lorente S.A., Madrid, 1987-1990, MelotecSociedad Anonima, Barcelona, Spain, since 1992.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first publication on transfer of tumor immunity with ribonucleic acid. First to isolate and purified the glycosyl phosphatidy inositol antigens of the protozoan parasite Leishmania.

Membership

President Argentine Society Immunology, Buenos Aires, 1974-1975, Israeli Society Protozoology, Jerusalem, 1980-1984. Member International Union Immunol. Society,1976-1977. Fellow Royal Society Tropical Medicine Hygiene.

Member American Society Tropical Medicine Hygiene, Spannish Society Tropical Medicine, American Association for Clin.Chemistry, Society Parasitology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, tennis.

Connections

Married Zulema Ethel Sack, June 15, 1957. Children: Matilde, Horacio, Guillermo.

father:
Nachman Londner

mother:
Juana Sara (Aufgang) Londner

spouse:
Zulema Ethel Sack

child:
Guillermo Londner

child:
Horacio Londner

child:
Matilde Londner