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(+54 11) 4006-1500, Ext. 2123
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Instituto de Investigaciones Biotecnológicas – Universidad Nacional de General San Martin - CONICET (IIB-INTECH) – Av. 25 de Mayo y Francia – 1650 San Martin, Buenos Aires – Argentina
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Cazzulo
Juan José
Current position: 
Professor
Current nationality: 
Argentina
Current residence: 
Argentina
Affiliation/Institution: 
IIB-INTECH
Biodata: 
Cazzulo is professor of protein biochemistry at the Instituto de Investigaciones Biotecnologicas, Universidad Nacional de General San Martin, and Investigador Superior, National Research Council, Argentina, since 1997. His previous positions include: Head of the Laboratory of Biochemistry of Parasites at the Fundacion Instituto Leloir, Buenos Aires (1986 – 1997), Head of the Research Department, Instituto Nacional de Parasitologia Dr. Mario Fatala Chaben, Argentinian Health Ministry, Buenos Aires (1980 – 1985), and Professor of Biochemistry, Facultad de Ciencias Bioquímicas y Farmaceuticas, Universidad Nacional de Rosario (1970 – 1980). He has directed or co-directed 28 Ph.D. Thesis. His work has focused on the metabolism of Trypanosoma cruzi, the causing agent of Chagas' Disease. His honours include: Doctor Honoris Causa (Medicine), University of Uppsala, Sweden; Medal of the Rector, Universidad de Chile, Santiago; and Dr. A.O.M. Stoppani Prize in Biochemical Parasitology, Argentinian National Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences. He is a member of the Latin American Academy of Sciences, since 1987, and the Argentinian National Academy of Sciences, since 2017.
Sustainable Development Goals: 
3 - Good health and well-being
Keywords: 
Trypanosoma cruzi, Chagas Disease, carbohydrate metabolism, pentose phosphate pathway, Protein and aminoacid metabolism, cruzipain, metalocarboxypeptidases, metacaspases
Elected
2000
Place of Birth: 
General Alvear, Buenos Aires
Country of birth: 
Argentina

Date of birth

29
November
1941
Section:
02-Structural, Cell and Molecular Biology
Last updated on 01/03/2018