Gérard Mémeteau is a Professor Emeritus of the Faculty of Law of Poitiers, the Director of the Center of Medical Law at the Faculty of Law of Poitiers and a Research Fellow at the ECLJ. He is the co-editor and founder of the Revue générale de droit medical, the director of the Thèse at LEH Édition collection and a corresponding member of the National Academy of Moral and Political Sciences of Argentina. He was notably a visiting professor at the universities of Buenos-Aires, Mc Gill, Montreal, Pamplona, Sherbrooke and Tehran.
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