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public health service officer

Guénaël Romaric Rodier, Senegalese public health service officer. Certified public health specialist Conseil National de l'Ordre des Médecins, France. Recipient Frederick Murgatroyd award, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 1990, Louis Weisntein award, Infectious Diseases Society American, 1993.

Background

Rodier, Guénaël Romaric was born on April 1, 1956 in Dakar, Senegal. Son of Michel Louis Rodier and Noëlle Marie Blandin de Chalain.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Paris V, 1983. Master of Science in Clinical Tropical Medicine, London School Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 1990.

Career

Private practice, Djibouti, 1983—1988. Research associate International Health Program, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1990—1994. Investigative officer United States Naval Medical Research Unit No.3, Cairo, 1990—1994.

Coordinator epidemic alert and response World Health Organization, Geneva, 1995—2000, director communicable disease surveillance and response, 2000—2005, director international health regulations coordinator program, since 2006, special adviser communicable diseases to regional director, Regional Office for Europe Copenhagen, 2005—2006.

Achievements

  • Certified public health specialist Conseil National de l'Ordre des Médecins, France.

Connections

Married Hélène Françoise Duquesne, August 7, 1981. Children: Clémence Marie, Solène Véronique, Louis Guénaël, François Pierre.

father:
Michel Louis Rodier

mother:
Noëlle Marie Blandin

spouse:
Hélène Françoise Duquesne

children:
Clémence Marie Rodier

Solène Véronique Rodier

Louis Guénaël Rodier

François Pierre Rodier