I have a PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from University of Cambridge, England; an Honorary Doctorate in Bioethics and Philosophy from University of Kumamoto, Japan; and a B.Sc(Hons) from University of Canterbury, New Zealand. I have formally supervised 50 doctoral students, 200 Masters students, and many undergraduate students, nurturing creativity through all methods, with persons of every age and personality.
I have published 45 books and 300 academic papers, so I have a proven record for 30 years. I served as UNESCO Regional Adviser for Asia and the Pacific for a decade, but also have worked with persons from most countries as a professor and mentor. I nurture the love of life and love of learning in all to develop a good-life (Eubios), so everyone can pursue learning and share their ideas in every forum that they have the seed to do so lying in their heart. My interns and students have entered leading universities all around the world, and many are now professors themselves.
Completed a Bachelor of Science with first class honors in Biochemistry from Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Obtained A+ grades in all courses. B.S. level majored in Chemistry and Biochemistry (double major) (1980-1983)
Completed a Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Laboratory of Molecular Biology, and Trinity College, University of Cambridge, U.K. (1984-1987)
Awarded Honorary Doctorate (Hon.D.) in Philosophy and Bioethics, from Kumamoto University, Japan (2009)
President and Professor of Bioethics and Biomedical Sciences, American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN), Arizona, USA (2013-Current)
Director, Eubios Ethics Institute, Christchurch, New Zealand; Thailand and Japan (since 1990, founder)
Affiliated Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Kumamoto, Japan (2007-Current) Director, International Peace andDevelopment Ethics Centre at Kaeng Krachan, Thailand
Research Fellow, Center for Ethics of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok,
Adjunct Professor, Center for Biology and Society, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
Visiting Professor, Institute for Investigation in Bioethics, University Nuevo Lyon, Monterrey, Mexico
UNESCO Regional Adviser for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific, UNESCO Bangkok, (November 2004-February 2013)
Affiliated Professor in Bioethics, Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University (UNU-IAS), Yokohama, Japan (2002-2016).
Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba Science City, Japan (April 1995-March 2005).
Foreign Professor, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba Science City, Japan (September 1990-March 1995).
Visiting Scientist, Commission on Genetic Resources in Food and Agriculture (CGRFA), United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), Rome, Italy (1999)
Consultant Scientist in Bioethics, New Zealand Government Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Canterbury, New Zealand (Jan. 1990 - Sept. 1990)
Senior Rouse Ball Scholar, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, U.K. (Sept. 1987-Dec. 1989)
Professor Macer is a passionate and tireless educator deeply committed to contributing to a better world. He is a visionary and ethical leader who I have enjoyed working with over the past 10 years. Professor Macer has contributed widely in his professional life to a range of public health and social justice issues that effect us all.
While undergoing a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Tsukuba in Japan, Darryl was my supervisor. Almost 20 years have passed since and our professional relationship continues. The main reason is the shared values on which our activities are based. Darryl is committed to making the world a better place and works relentlessly towards this goal by educating innumerable young people across the globe. His reputation as a dedicated "love of life" advocate is worldwide.
I have six academic degrees. I have completed over 1,000 academic, semester or credit hours. I have been taught by literally hundreds of professors, lecturers, instructors and teachers. Of all the professors I have met Dr. Darryl is by far the best. He is a savant, a genius and a warm human being. His knowledge is encyclopedic in many fields. He also has a unique sense of humor, is totally unpretentious and only seeks to improve his students and their thirst for learning. You would be making a tremendous mistake not to hire him immediately. He has my highest recommendation for any position available.
Professor Darryl is experienced and trusted instructor, motivator and of course great academician in the field of Bioethics. He has proficient way of teaching particularly for people with diverse background like in terms of academics, experiences or kind of profession they do.
I met Professor Darryl in mid of 2015 and I am in constant touch with him since then. He has guided my journey to Bioethics. I have learnt so many things from him. His experiences in bioethics across the world is more than enough for anyone to learn especially if they are interested to know real scenarios at ground level.
In addition to Bioethics, Professor Darryl holds knowledge in disaster preparedness and risk reduction. He has big team of young people across several corners of world working in disaster risk management.
Professor Darryl uses all possible mode of technologies while teaching. You can pick a book or journal from his library, attend his lecture in Skype or find them in his Youtube channel. Every year he hosts 3 to 4are numerous workshop, seminars and intensive training. Presenting your work on those events or learning from like minded people are great opportunity for enthusiastic people.
I acknowledge professor Darryl as dynamic educator. I am so grateful to be one of his graduate.
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