UBA will highlight three relevant women in the history of medicine – Radio Nacional

Interview with Luis Ignacio Brusco
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UBA will highlight three relevant women in the history of medicine

University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Medicine (UBAOn Wednesday, December 6 at 6:30 pm, he will receive a donation of three paintings containing images of women related to the history of medicine, including, cecilia Grierson, Alicia Moro Di Giusto And Juliet LantieriTo highlight “the importance of women in the health field,” as reported by the House of Graduate Studies. The ceremony will be held at the Central Museum of Medical Sciences at the College of Medicine, a place recently opened by the Dean. Luis Ignacio Brusco, Located in Paraguay 2155 in the city of Buenos Aires, who spoke about the initiative in National Radio.

He explained, “When the dean of our administration entered, we noticed that they were all men in the cadres, and from there we became aware, so we took them as a spearhead and a model to begin assembling them.”

“We will appreciate these three prominent figures in medicine, politics and the representation of civil rights in Argentina. The interviewee also mentioned the figure of Julieta Lantieri, who in addition to being a doctor was the country’s “first candidate for representative.” .

Alicia Moro di Giusto was one of the first doctors, feminist activists, human rights defenders and pacifists.

Julieta Lantieri, a pharmacist, physician, and lawyer, was the first woman added to the national registry and the first woman to vote in Argentina and Latin America.

Cecilia Grierson was a professor, philanthropist, and the first Argentine doctor of medicine.

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