|Minister of Science, Education and Sports|
2 July 2009 – 23 December 2011
|Prime Minister||Jadranka Kosor|
|Preceded by||Dragan Primorac|
|Succeeded by||Željko Jovanović|
5 September 1953 |
Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia
|Political party||Democratic Centre (–2006)
Croatian Democratic Union
|Alma mater||University of Zagreb|
Radovan Fuchs (born 5 September 1953) is a Croatian scientist and former Minister of Science, Education and Sport.
Fuchs paternal grandfather, Hinko, was a grain merchant who emigrated to Croatia from Germany, while his paternal grandmother, Eugenia, was from Hungary. The couple settled in Croatian region of Slavonia. His maternal grandparents were from Vela Luka. Fuchs is of Jewish descent. His father converted to Catholicism, and Christmas and other Catholic holidays were always celebrated in the Fuchs household. He is a relative, on his father side, of Croatian composer Vatroslav Lisinski. Fuchs graduated in 1979 from the Veterinary Faculty at the University of Zagreb. He received his master's degree in 1984 in the field of biomedicine. Fuchs obtained his Ph.D. diploma in 1988 on the biomedical center at Uppsala University in Sweden. Dissertation which he defended was from the field of toxicology and pharmacology.
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