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epidemiologist , Medical researcher

Karen Anne Ritchie-Robine, Australian epidemiologist, medical researcher. Recipient Research award Foundation for Medical Research, France, 1993. Member International Psychogeriatric Association (board directors since 1994).

Background

Ritchie-Robine, Karen Anne was born on August 10, 1951 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Arrived in France, 1988. Daughter of Alan Charles Jack and Yvonne Banfield.

Education

Bachelor, University Tasmania, Hobart, 1971. MPsych., University Tasmania, Hobart, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, University Montpelier, 1993.

Career

Research assistant department medicine, Oxford (England) University, 1970-1973; research associate, Medical Research Council Social Psychiatry Research Unit, Canberra, Australia, 1974-1977; clinical psychologist, Health Commission, Canberra, 1977-1985; research associate, Brookdale Institute, Jerusalem, 1986-1988; senior research fellow, French National Institute Medical Research, since 1988; director cognitive ageing research group, Faculty of Medicine, Montpelier, France, since 1990. Consultant World Health Organization, Geneva, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Questionnaires in Medicine, 1976. Contributor articles to science journals including Science, Lancet.

Membership

Member International Psychogeriatric Association (board directors since 1994).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: classical dance.

Connections

Married David Alexander, January 12, 1974 (divorced August 1988). Married Jean-Marie Frederic Robine, June 20, 1992.

father:
Alan Charles Jack

mother:
Yvonne Banfield

spouses:
David Alexander

Jean-Marie Frederic Robine