Gustavo Pittaluga (1876 in Florence, Italy – 1956 in Havana, Cuba) was an Italian doctor and biologist.Nationalized Spanish in 1904 Pittaluga made contributions to the development of haematology and the parasitology, as well as by his contributions to national and international fight against malaria and other protozoans causing diseases. Pittaluga studied medicine in the University of Rome, where he became a doctor in 1900 with a thesis on acromegaly. Although he had become interested in psychiatry a subject in which he never lost the interest he became the assistant of the doctor and naturalist Giovanni Battista Grassi, a specialist in the zoology of invertebrates and protozooans. Grassi was the one of the team (including Pittaluga) who demonstrated that malaria is transmitted by mosquito

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  • Gustavo Pittaluga (Florencia, 10 de noviembre de 1876 - La Habana, 27 de abril de 1956) fue un médico y científico italiano, nacionalizado español en 1904, notable sobre todo por sus aportaciones al desarrollo de la hematología y la parasitología, así como por su papel en la lucha nacional e internacional contra la malaria y otras protozoosis. (es)
  • Gustavo Pittaluga (1876 in Florence, Italy – 1956 in Havana, Cuba) was an Italian doctor and biologist.Nationalized Spanish in 1904 Pittaluga made contributions to the development of haematology and the parasitology, as well as by his contributions to national and international fight against malaria and other protozoans causing diseases. Pittaluga studied medicine in the University of Rome, where he became a doctor in 1900 with a thesis on acromegaly. Although he had become interested in psychiatry a subject in which he never lost the interest he became the assistant of the doctor and naturalist Giovanni Battista Grassi, a specialist in the zoology of invertebrates and protozooans. Grassi was the one of the team (including Pittaluga) who demonstrated that malaria is transmitted by mosquitos of the genus Anopheles. (en)
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  • 1876-1-1
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  • Gustavo Pittaluga (Florencia, 10 de noviembre de 1876 - La Habana, 27 de abril de 1956) fue un médico y científico italiano, nacionalizado español en 1904, notable sobre todo por sus aportaciones al desarrollo de la hematología y la parasitología, así como por su papel en la lucha nacional e internacional contra la malaria y otras protozoosis. (es)
  • Gustavo Pittaluga (1876 in Florence, Italy – 1956 in Havana, Cuba) was an Italian doctor and biologist.Nationalized Spanish in 1904 Pittaluga made contributions to the development of haematology and the parasitology, as well as by his contributions to national and international fight against malaria and other protozoans causing diseases. Pittaluga studied medicine in the University of Rome, where he became a doctor in 1900 with a thesis on acromegaly. Although he had become interested in psychiatry a subject in which he never lost the interest he became the assistant of the doctor and naturalist Giovanni Battista Grassi, a specialist in the zoology of invertebrates and protozooans. Grassi was the one of the team (including Pittaluga) who demonstrated that malaria is transmitted by mosquito (en)
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  • Gustavo Pittaluga Fattorini (es)
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