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Dr. Ondarza was born in Tampico, Tamaulipas and is a biologist at the Faculty of Sciences of the UNAM (1947-1951) where in the first year he received the chair of Biochemistry taught by Dr. Roberto Llamas Director of the Biology Institute of the UNAM , Casa del Lago in Chapultepec who invited him to join his research group with Dr. Juan Roca. By the end of his career in 1951 he had already published seven papers, six as co-author with Dr. Roca and another with Dr. Llamas. Two years later he received a grant from the British Council to move to the University of Glasgow in Scotland where he completed his postgraduate studies in Biochemistry under the direction of Prof. James Norman Davidson, renowned biochemist in the field of nucleic acids and with professors George T. Mills and Evelyn EB Smith, with whom he published his first international work in 1954 (Mills, GT, R. Ondarza and EEB Smith, 1954. The Uridyl transferase from liver, Biochim, Biophys, Acta. 14: 159-160). Upon his return to Mexico he collaborated with Dr. José Laguna, as a researcher at the Behring Institute and as Associate Professor of the Chair of Biochemistry at the Old School of Medicine, UNAM in the Plaza de Sto. Sunday, in 1955.