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epidemiologist , researcher , Virologist

Bernard Marcel Le Guenno, French virologist, epidemiologist, researcher. Decorated Order of Merit (France). Lieutenant colonel Military Health Service, 1967-1992.

Background

Guenno, Bernard Marcel Le was born on May 10, 1950 in Paris. Son of Marcel Marie and Madeleine Eugenie (Le Velly) Le Guenno.

Education

Graduate in pharmacy, University Bordeaux, France, 1972. Graduate in virology, Institute Pasteur, Paris, 1983. Graduate in immunology, Institute Pasteur, Paris, 1990.

Career

Chief pharmacist Hospital Regional, Tulear, Madagascar, 1974-1978. Research assistant Direction Research Study & Techniques Ministry Defense, Paris, 1979-1981. Biochemistry assistant Hospital Desgenette, Lyon, France, 1982-1983.

Chief Virology Laboratory Institute Pasteur, Dakar, Senegal, 1983-1992, chief Hemorraghic Fever Laboratory, Paris, since 1993. Consultant on management of 3 Ebola outbreaks World Health Organization, Kikwit, Liberia, Gabon, 1995-1996. Discovered new strain of Ebola virus, Ivory Coast.

Membership

Lieutenant colonel Military Health Service, 1967-1992.

Connections

Married Veronique Irene Baudin, October 15, 1975 (divorced April 1994). Children: Yann, Guillaume.

father:
Marcel Marie Guenno

mother:
Madeleine Eugenie (Le Velly) Le Guenno

spouse:
Veronique Irene Baudin

children:
Yann Guenno

Guillaume Guenno