Harvard College, United States of America, 1959, Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude). Harvard Medical School, 1963, Doctor ol Medicine (cum laude). Harvard University School of Public Health, 1970, Master of Public Health.
Johh F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1972, M Public Policy. Spoken languages: English, French.
Assistant Director-General, World Health Organization since 1990. Assistant Surgeon-General, United States Public Health Serv, 1981-1990. Director, 1978-1989, Program Manager, 1977-1978, Expanded Program on Immunization, World Health Organization, Geneva.
Director, Venereal Disease Control Division, Bureau(s) of State Serv, 1973-1976, Assistant Chief, Venereal Disease Branch, State & Community Serv Division, 1972-1973, Medical Officer, Office(s) of Program Planning & Evaluation, 1971-1972, Centers for Disease Control, United States Public Health Serv. Deputy Chief, Regional Office(s), Smallpox Eradication/Measles Control Program, Nigeria. Epidemic Intelligence Serv Officer, Centers for Disease Control, United States Public Health Serv, 1965-1966.
Internship & Residency, Boston City Hospital, 1963-1965.