was born in 1954 and grew up in Tennessee, where he studied medicine. He practiced as an emergency physician for several years.
In 1978, he took part in a seminar on homeopathy. This triggered his decision to study with George Vithoulkas at the Athenian Center for Homeopathic Medicine. He spent four years learning Greek, then completed his training under Vithoulkas. During his stay in Greece, he was once of Vithoulkas's closest assistants.
In 1984, he received his diploma and returned in the same year to the USA to collaborate on the founding of the Hahnemann Medical Clinic and the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy. Roger Morrison is an outstanding practitioner who is able to convey his knowledge in a very practical way. His “Desktop Guide” from 1993 and “The Desktop Companion” from 1999 quickly became worldwide bestsellers.
Main works: - Desktop Companion to Physical Pathology - Desktop Guide to Keynotesand Confirmatory Symptoms