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Feature of the Month (July 2009)


Inge Bauzon - in spite of being a german national, she stand for the right of the Ternate people. 


Dr Thelma E. Tupasi

"Dr. Thelma Ramos Tupasi"

"The All Time Great Fighter for the Right of the People of Ternate"

Born in Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, Tupasi-Ramos graduated with a BS in Medicine, cum laude, from UP and served her internship with distinction. She became a full-fledged doctor in 1964 and started her career with a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation in 1967. A TOWNS awardee in 1983, a NAST Outstanding Young Scientist in 1980, and a PCP distinguished researcher in 1993. Now president of the Tropical Disease Foundation, she is also chair of the National Infectious Disease advisory committee to the Department of Health and the head of the Infectious Disease Section of the Makati Medical Center.

Infectious diseases

Computer viruses are one thing, infectious diseases another. Dr. Thelma Tupasi-Ramos is considered by many experts to be the foremost infectious disease expert (focusing on tuberculosis) in the country today. She has published more than 100 papers on infections and antibiotics, 14 of which have been awarded by prestigious organizations.

Tupasi-Ramos is recognized nationally and internationally. She has been officer (president, treasurer, council member) of the top medical specialty societies of the Philippines (Philippine College of Physicians -- PCP, Society for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases) and international bodies (Western Pacific Society of Chemotherapy, International Society of Infectious Diseases) as well as chairperson in various committees of the World Health Organization.


MANILA, March 14, 2006 (MANILA TIMES) By Jonathan M. Hicap, Reporter – One of the Eleven Filipino scientists from various fields were honored during the 73rd Annual Meeting of the National Research Council of the Philippines of the Department of Science and Technology held recently.  

Thelma E. Tupasi (medical doctor)—head of the Makati Medical Center’s Infectious Diseases Section recognized for her significant contributions to medical science that includes studies in tuberculosis and its prevalence in various parts of the Philippines; multidrug resistance TB and its directly observed therapy.

by: Andy R. Huerto (Date: August 8, 2009)

Science Beakers


Mrs. Linda Huerto Reoh 


Former Professor: Western Colleges - Naic CAVITE

Principal/Directress/Proprietor of former Ternate Western CAVITE Institute, which is the name, is change to Santo Nino Academy.

Teacher: Tuy, Batangas High School

Ternate CAVITE Municipal Vice-Mayor 1980's, inducted by former President Ferdinand E. Marcos


Mrs. Reoh helps some students who to attend the school with free tuition and other school needs.

 She helps many of them to achieve their educational goal.

Mrs. Linda Monteagudo now Mrs. Roeh decided to close the high school in able to give way to public high school.

She now live in MiraMesa, San Diego, California with her husband Mr. Cal Reoh, a retired US Navy and also Retired Industrial Hygienist for US Naval Hospital in San Diego.

She has three Children, Edwin (Director/Human Resources/Los Angeles County, California), Lyn Monteagudo (Registered Nurse in San Diego) and Cherry (Sheriff Department).




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