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Sex: Male

Education:

  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City 1101, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with research in Natural Products Chemistry, 2001 April 21
  • The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Patricia A. Sullivan Science Building, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170; PO Box 26170,
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Medicinal Biochemistry with concentration in Mass Spectrometry and Natural Products Chemistry, 2011 December 15

Field of Specialization:

Mass Spectrometry, Microbiology, Medicinal Biochemistry, Assay (Metabolite Profiling) Development

Sex: Male

Education:

  • Philippine Institute of Fisheries Technology, Philippines, Certificate in Fish Culture, 1952
  • University of the Philippines, Los Banos, Laguna, Bachelor of Science (Zoology), 1955
  • Stanford University, USA, Master of Arts (Biology), 1957
  • University of Michigan, USA, Master of Science (Fisheries), 1961
  • University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, Doctor of Agriculture (Fisheries/Aquaculture) [Ronpaku], 1985

Field of Specialization:

Inland Fisheries, Ichthyology

Dr. Bienvenido Juliano is recognized for his contributions in rice chemistry. His research finds applications on rice grain quality, chemistry and nutrition, on cereal chemistry, on starch, protein, lipids, and rice food products. His work demonstrates that: amylase content is the major determinant of rice grain quality; the protein body nature of rice proteins; and that the increase in protein content has nutritional value (in cooperative human and rat studies).

Sex: Male

Education:

  • University of the Philippines, Los Baños, Laguna, B.S. Agriculture (Magna Cum Laude), 1955
  • Ohio State University, Columbus, M.S. in Organic Chemistry, 1958
  • Ohio State University, Columbus, Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, 1959

Field of Specialization:

Organic Chemistry, Cereal Chemistry, Chemical Sciences

Dr. Jose O. Juliano is recognized for his outstanding contributions in nuclear chemistry and physics and in the establishment of the nuclear and radioisotope facilities in the country. In particular, he investigated the disintegration of Iron-52 and Iron-53 and the use of radioactivation and phoroneutron counting in the rapid and non-destructive analysis of sulphur and calcium. His studies contributed to the understanding how radioactive decay occurs in nature and showed and paved the way for the increased application of radioactivation in the analysis of various substances. As head of the Philippine Atomic Research Center (PARC) (now Philippine Nuclear Research Institute), Dr. Juliano led the establishment of the country’s first nuclear reactor, the radioisotope production facilities, and other important facilities. His contributions to industry include the development of the detergent bar and powder milk products for infants and adults. He helped establish the most modern pharmaceutical plant and first modern soft gel-capsule plant in the country.

Sex: Male

Education:

  • University of California, USA, Ph.D. in Nuclear Chemistry and Physics, 1957
  • Louisiana State University, USA, M.S. in Electrochemistry and Chemical Engineering, 1954
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, B.S.A. Agricultural Chemistry and Mathematics, 1952

Field of Specialization:

Nuclear Chemistry , Chemical, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Physics

Sex: Female

Education:

  • University of the Philippines Manila, 625 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila, Doctor of Public Health, 2009
  • University of the Philippines Manila, 625 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila, Master of Public Health, 1999
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, 1983

Field of Specialization:

Parasitology, Zoonoses, Clinical Pathology, Food borne Diseases, Molecular Diagnostics