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Biochemist , Internist , Pathophysiologist , researcher

Vera Rudzite, Latvian internist, pathophysiologist, biochemist, researcher. Recipient Golden medal Ministry of Education, Riga, 1949, 1955, Paul Stradin prize Latvian Academy of Sciences, Riga, 1992. Member International Study Group for Tryptophan Research, International Society Pteridin Research, International Society Pathophysiology, New York Academy of Sciences, Latvian Academy of Sciences.

Background

Rudzite, Vera was born on December 8, 1929 in Riga, Latvia. Daughter of Karlis and Olga (Ritenieks) Rudzite.

Education

Physician, Medical Institute, Riga, 1955. Candidate Medical Science, Medical Institute, Riga, 1960. Doctor Medical Science, Academy Medical Science, Moscow, 1969.

Doctor Medical Science Habilitation, Latvian Institute Experimental/Clinical, Medicine, 1992. Professor, Latvian Institute Cardiology, Riga, 1993.

Career

General practitioner City Hospital, Smiltene, 1955-1956. Researcher Latvian Institute Experimental and Clinical Medicine, Riga, 1956-1979. Head laboratory of biochemistry Latvian Institute Cardiology, since 1979.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals and publications.

Membership

Member International Study Group for Tryptophan Research, International Society Pteridin Research, International Society Pathophysiology, New York Academy of Sciences, Latvian Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, knitting, gardening, belles-lettres reading.

Connections

father:
Karlis Rudzite

mother:
Olga (Ritenieks) Rudzite