CURRICULUM VITAE

LaRoche

Family name: LAROCHE
First names: PIERRE, RENE, ROBERT
Date of birth: 03/31/1960
Nationality: French
Education: Military Medical Doctor

Professor Laroche has a 33-year history of military service beginning as a Medical Officer on a French nuclear submarine thereafter becoming Chief Medical Officer on a French Naval base. Thereafter, he became the Chief of the Medical Division at the French Defense Radiation Protection Service (SPRA) and in 2007, he became Vice Director. He is a member of the scientific committee of the Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Institute and serves as expert advisor to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). He has authored ~200 publications and papers on subjects affecting the operability of the military medical service during radiological incidents, improving the knowledge of radiation protection and studies on internal/external exposures with radionuclides.

Institution
(Date from - Date to)
Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:
2005 French Defense Health Services Professor (Professeur agrégé du Val-de-Grâce)
1998 University of Paris V – René Descartes Doctor of Sciences
1998 University of Paris V – René Descartes Diploma in Public Health and Environment
1995 University of Paris XI Master of Sciences in Radiobiology

Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic)

Language Reading Speaking Writing
English 3 4 4
French 1 1 1

Membership of professional bodies:
- French Radiation Protection Society
- Military Occupational Medicine Society.

Present position:
Vice-director of the French Defense Radiation Protection Service (SPRA)
Years within the organisation: since 2007.

Key qualifications:
- Member of the scientific committee of the Radiation protection and Nuclear Safety Institute
- Expert for the IAEA

Specific experience in the region

Country Date from - Date to
Rabat – Maroc IAEA: teacher and expert :
Regional Postgraduate Training Course on Radiation Protection and safety of Radiation Sources National training course on medical preparedness and response to a radiological emergency Since 2003 /td>
Centre des Hautes Etudes de l'Armement - France Diploma of CHEAr, 42th national promotion 2005 - 2006
Institut National des hautes Etudes de la Sécurité et de la Justice Diploma of INHESJ, 21th national promotion 2009 - 2010

Professional experience:

Date from - Date to Location Employer Position Description
2007 – 2009 Clamart Defense Vice-director of the French Defense Radiation Protection Service (SPRA) Coordination and management of all the crew (65)
2002 – 2007 Clamart DefenseChief of the Medical Division of the SPRA Radiation protection and nuclear safety for the Defense. Radiological emergency
1998 – 2002 Brest French Navy Chief of the Medical center of the French SSBN base Radiation protection and medical emergency for all the SSBN
1994 – 1998 Clamart Defense Education in radiation protection Experience in a French nuclear power plant
1986 – 1994 Toulon – Brest - Cherbourg French Navy Medical officer on a SSBN - 10,000 hours of diving Study on radiological hazards of the different working stations on board. Aptitude for submariners

In Final:
Publications and Communications: Approximately 200 publications and papers on subjects affecting the efficiency and operability of the army medical service incident or accident radiological nature, improving prevention personnel, improving the knowledge of radiation protection, studies on internal and external exposures with radionuclides.