Languages: English, French
Location: London, UK
Born in Belgium, Andre Menache has been an active campaigner for the past 30 years mainly in South Africa, Israel and the UK. He has held various posts, including that of president of Doctors and Lawyers for Responsible Medicine (UK) and general manager of the Federation of Animal Protection Societies in Israel. Today he provides scientific support to several grass roots organisations, in addition to his official position as director of Antidote Europe, based in France.
His expertise includes animal experiments and regulatory toxicology. However, his interests cover other issues as well. In addition to being co-organiser and speaker at several national and international congresses on animal experimentation, xenotransplantation, informed consent and vaccine damage compensation, he was instrumental in launching a Supreme Court Action that led to a ban on the force feeding of geese in Israel, then the world’s third largest exporter of foie gras (2006).
Andre is listed in Who's Who in the World (19th edn.), Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare (Millennium edn.) and is a recipient of a 21st century award for achievement from the International Biographical Centre (Cambridge).
- World Health Organisation, International Journal of Public Health, Round table discussion: animal to human organ transplants (vol 77(1), 1999; 54-62).
- Proposal to amend the Helsinki Declaration (A. Menache, Elsevier publications, 2000). Adopted by plenary session at 3rd World Congress on Alternatives and Animal use in the Life Sciences and subsequently adopted by World Medical Association 52nd General Assembly at Edinburgh, 2000.
- Healthy human volunteers and informed consent. Med Law 2000; 19(3): 523-5.
Endorsements/examples of published work are available on request.