Dr. Marcel Roche holds an M. D. from Johns Hopkins, has taught at Harvard and at Cambridge and Sussex in England and is a distinguished medial researcher. He has done major work on anemia in rural communities of South America and extensive studies of hookworm diseases, in his research fields of endocrinology and metabolism. He has been an advisor to presidents and has served on advisory committees to UNESCO, the World Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization. Dr. Roche was president of the University Council of the United Nations University in Tokyo, a member of the Pugwash Council, a former governor of the International Atomic Energy Commission and a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.
Last Updated: 9/14/09