Ana Aslan

1897 - 1988

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Ana Aslan (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈana asˈlan]; 1 January 1897 – 20 May 1988) was a Romanian biologist and physician. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ana Aslan has received more than 109,345 page views. Her biography is available in 29 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 27 in 2019). Ana Aslan is the 172nd most popular biologist (up from 184th in 2019), the 83rd most popular biography from Romania (up from 84th in 2019) and the most popular Romanian Biologist.

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Among biologists, Ana Aslan ranks 172 out of 844Before her are Charles Scott Sherrington, Mathurin Jacques Brisson, Joseph Banks, Henry Walter Bates, Joseph Dalton Hooker, and Joshua Lederberg. After her are John James Audubon, Gaspard Bauhin, Thomas Huckle Weller, Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle, Sergei Winogradsky, and Ferdinand Cohn.

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Among people born in 1897, Ana Aslan ranks 76Before her are Johann Rattenhuber, Fredric March, Douglas Sirk, Emil Maurice, Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, and Wilfred Bion. After her are Kurt Gerron, Marcel Petiot, Judith Anderson, Károly Kerényi, Josep Pla, and Adolf Heusinger. Among people deceased in 1988, Ana Aslan ranks 43Before her are Christina Onassis, Farida of Egypt, Richard S. Castellano, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Willem Drees, and Yevgeny Mravinsky. After her are Karl August Wittfogel, Isamu Noguchi, John Carradine, René Char, Luis Walter Alvarez, and Antonín Puč.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Ana Aslan ranks 83 out of 572Before her are László Rajk (1909), Fritz Klein (1888), György Kurtág (1926), Vladimir Cosma (1940), Dositej Obradović (1742), and Princess Ileana of Romania (1909). After her are Artur Phleps (1881), Nicolae Iorga (1871), Serge Moscovici (1925), Christopher Báthory (1530), Károly Kerényi (1897), and Ion Țiriac (1939).

Among BIOLOGISTS In Romania

Among biologists born in Romania, Ana Aslan ranks 1After her are Johann Hedwig (1730), Aaron Aaronsohn (1876), Emil Racoviță (1868), and Grigore Antipa (1867).