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medical educator

Marcelle Monica Willock was Guyanese medical educator. Diplomate American Board Anesthesiology.

Background

Willock, Marcelle Monica was born on March 30, 1938 in Georgetown, Guyana. Daughter of George and Renee (Dumanoir) Willock. came to the United States 1954.

Education

Bachelor, College New Rochelle, 1958. Doctor of Medicine, Howard University, 1962. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1982.

Master of Business Administration, Boston University, 1989.

Career

Assistant clinical professor medical center New York University, 1968-1972, associate clinical professor medical center, 1972-1974. Assistant professor clinical anesthesiology Columbia University, New York City, 1978-1982. Professor Boston University, 1982, chairman department anesthesiology, 1982—1998, assistant provost community affairs, 1998—2002.

Dean College Medicine Charles R. Drew University, Los Angeles, 2002—2005. Retired, 2005

Secretary The Medical Foundation, Boston, 1991-1994.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Anesthesiology.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Louis and Marthe Deveaux Foundation, Panama, since 1965. Trustee College New Rochelle, New York, 1976-1982, since 2006. Member American Society Anesthesiologists (delegate since 1986, alternate director 1990-1994, board directors since 1994, assistant secretary 1999-2001), Massachusetts Society Anesthesiologists (president 1988-1989), Society Academy Anesthesia Chairs (secretary-treasurer 1989-1991, president-elect 1993-1994, president since 1994), Wood Library.

Museum (board developers since 2010), Alpha Omega Alpha.

Connections

father:
George Willock

mother:
Renee (Dumanoir) Willock