| Aleksandr Palladin|
| December 6, 1972, Kiev, Ukraine|Aleksandr Palladin Wikipedia
Aleksandr Palladin (10 September 1885 – 6 December 1972) is a Ukrainian biochemist, professor, Soviet academician. He is known for establishing the Palladin Institute of Biochemistry and heading the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in the post World War II period. Aleksandr was born in a family of the Russian academician and biochemist Vladimir Palladin. President of NANU.