Kept in mind for his study in the fields of endocrinology and physiology, this Argentine-born scientist received the 1947 Nobel Prize for his focus on pituitary regulation of glucose in animals. He started attending the University or college of Buenos Aires’ pharmacy system when he was simply fourteen years of age; at age group seventeen, he joined the same university’s medical college. He later on chaired his alma mater’s physiology division. He distributed the 1947 Nobel Reward in Physiology or Medication with biochemists Carl and Gerty Cori. He was both 1st Latin American and 1st Argentine receiver of a Nobel Reward for technology. He was raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as the child of French emigrants called Clara and Albert Houssay. He and Luis Leloir had been both Nobel Prize-winning, Argentine-French researchers.