Dr. Roy Rillera Marzo

Designation:   Chief Editor

Affliation:   Deputy Dean.

Institution:   Asia Metropolitan University/Texila American University

Country:   Malaysia



Dr. Roy Rillera Marzo is a Public Health Physician and Research Scholar. He is currently the Deputy Dean, Faculty of Medicine in Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia. He is also handling different positions such as Deputy Head in Medical Curriculum and Assessment, Deputy Head of Medical Research and Ethics and Deputy Head of Medical Education and Quality Assurance. He also teaches postgraduate programs like Master in Public Health (Online) in South America, Master in Global Health Studies and Master in Healthcare Management. Dr. Roy teaches extensively in the medical program on the topics of Public Health such as Epidemiology, Statistics, Occupational Health, Health Promotion, and Research. Dr. Roy became an Acting Dean of the MD UKM -AUCMS last August 2014 and because of his passion for teaching, he took a Post-Graduate Degree in Teaching Methodology.

Dr. Roy attended his B.S. Biology and Doctor of Medicine at Saint Louis University. This was followed by taking a Master in Public Health and graduated Magna Cum Laude. He is a member of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (USA). He likewise had training in Tobacco Treatment under Mayo Clinic USA. He is a Fellow of Public Health, London, UK. In the Philippines, Dr. Roy was a Consulting Physician in renowned global American company Texas Instrument and became the youngest Director of Cordillera Coalition Against Tuberculosis. He also appears regularly on local television and radio programs. Dr. Roy is also an adviser of Rotaract Club, Muar and International Coordinator of Southeast Asia of Education Against Tobacco Program Project.

Dr. Roy's researches are focused on Public Health, and Medical Education. Currently, he is the Editor-in-Chief of Texila International Journal of Public Health, South America, and an International Board Member in six international journals. He is now pursuing his Master in Distance Education in University of the Philippines and Ph.D. in Education, Malaysia.

Research Interest

Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology – closely associated with concentrations in exposure, epidemiology, risk in occupational health  and different hazards 

Clinical Epidemiology – applies the concepts and techniques of epidemiology, statistics and decision analysis to clinical problems 

Communicable and Non Communicable Diseases – focused on biological and dynamic features of infectious and non-communicable diseases

Articles published in English Language Journals :   17

Editing or PEER Review Articles :   33