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Dr. Mariano G. Yogore, Jr. (December 29, 1921 in Iloilo City, Philippines – June 1, 2006) was a Filipino microbiologist. He was educated at University of the Philippines, MD, 1945; Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, MPH, 1948, DrPH, 1957; Philippine Bd Prev Med & Pub Health, diploma, 1956.
Yogore was a research associate and professor of parasitology at the University of Chicago, 1969–1986; research associate and associate professor at the University of Chicago, 1967–1969; USPHS research fellow, Department Microbiology at the University of Chicago, 1959–1961; member of the National Research Council of the Philippines, 1957–1973; From instructor to professor of parasitology, University of the Philippines, Baguio, 1945–1967.
He was a member of several honor societies and professional organizations, and listed as Philippine Man of Science (1964) and American Men and Women of Science No. 1218.
He was senior author and co-author in about 50 scientific publications, and published a number of books. Published in Library of Congress
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