The team at Antidote Europe is comprised of scientists, with Claude Reiss as its president.
Dr Claude Reiss
For more than thirty years, Claude Reiss held the position of research director at the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research) and also conducted research at the Jacques Monod Institute. In addition, he taught biology to doctoral students at the University of Lille. He has now retired from his positions in the public sector and is currently conducting his own research as a personal venture in the private sector.
Dr André Ménache
CEO of Antidote Europe, André Ménache is a zoologist and a veterinary surgeon. He has a particular interest in medical law and was instrumental in amending the Declaration of Helsinki.
Ms Hélène Sarraseca
Hélène Sarraseca is Antidote Europe’‘s administrative director and also co-founder. She is responsible for all correspondence with members, administrative duties, and editing the quarterly publication, “La Notice d’‘Antidote”.
Ms Augustine Savy
Augustine Savy, formerly an assistant-director, is currently retired. A founder member of Antidote Europe, she is very active in promoting the aims of the organisation.
Dr Francoise Reiss
FranÃ§oise Reiss is emeritus research director at the CNRS and an internationally recognised figure in the field of bacterial photosynthesis.