OUR CORE FACULTY

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Prof. Simon Anderson is the Director at George Allen Chronic Disease Center; Professor of Population Health Sciences and Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados; and Co-Director of the Glasgow-Caribbean Centre for Development Research (GCCDR). He trained in academic medicine specialising in genetic epidemiology, cardiovascular medicine and big data analytics following his studies at the UWI, the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford before receiving his medical training from Cardiff University in Wales. His postgraduate clinical academic training in cardiology, heart failure and transplantation were undertaken in Manchester, Oxford and UCL. He is currently reading Health Economics at the LSE.

Simon Anderson, PhD, MBBCh, MRCP, FECS

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Dr. Sheray Ward Chin is a Consultant Medical Oncologist. After attaining a degree in Internal Medicine, she pursued subspecialty training in Medical Oncology at the University of Toronto. She has contributed to the training of residents in Oncology at the University of the West Indies, and also to the establishment of Multidisciplinary Cancer Conferences at the UHWI. Her areas of interest include cancer research, multidisciplinary cancer management, and reducing cancer health disparities.

Sheray Chin, MD

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Dr. Bethany-Rose Daubman completed a residency and served as the chief resident through the Tufts Family Medicine Residency and completed her fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital through the Harvard Palliative Medicine Fellowship.  Her interests include resident and medical student education, reflective writing in medicine, and international palliative care.

Bethany-Rose Daubman, MD

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Rev. Dorothy Grant is the Director for Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Jamaica, and a pioneer in implementing professional spiritual care in Jamaica. She attended Church Teachers College in Mandeville before becoming a seminarian at United Theological College, Kingston Jamaica. In 2014 she completed her residency in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at St John’s Episcopal Hospital, New York. Rev. Grant has provided spiritual care to patients, their families and the staff of the May Pen and Hope Institute hospitals in Jamaica. The Jamaica Constabulary Force Chaplaincy Unit has also engaged her services to train its cadre of volunteer chaplains. She is recognized as the most highly trained chaplain in Jamaica and has played an integral role in building capacity to offer spiritual care to hospitalized patients and their families in a systematic way throughout local healthcare facilities.

Reverend Dorothy Grant

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Dr. Jennifer Mamby-Alexander, MBBS, is a founding member of the Jamaica Cancer Care & Research Institute (JACCRI), along with Dr. Shields and Dr. Spence. Dr. Mamby-Alexander graduated from the University of The West Indies (UWI) in 1972 with a BSc in chemistry and attained her medical degree in 1982 from the same institution. She did her internship at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) in 1982 and post-graduate training in anatomical and clinical pathology from 1983-1987 at the University Hospital for The Albert Einstein College of Medicine at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York, United States. Dr. Mamby-Alexander is the owner and founder of Surgipath & Cytology Lab Service, the first non-hospital-based cytopathology laboratory in Jamaica, where biopsy and liquid samples are examined and processed to diagnose various diseases. 

Jennifer Mamby-Alexander, MBBS

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Mr. Roger McLean is a Research Fellow/Lecturer at the Centre for Health Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Recently elected as Chair of the Pan-Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP), Mr. McLean's research interests are around Health Economics, Development Economics and Behavioural Economics.

Roger McLean

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Dr. Tomlin Paul is the former Dean of the Faculty of Medical Sciences at the University of the West Indies. Dr. Paul is currently the Health Professions Education Specialist at the University of Global Health Equity, Rwanda. He is a graduate of the University of the West Indies Faculty of Medical Sciences and obtained a Master's degree in Public Health from the same University. He later studied Health Economics and Planning at the University of York, UK. From 1997 to 2000, he was a Joint Japan/World Bank Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health in the USA, where he studied Chronic Disease Epidemiology.

Tomlin Paul, MBBS, MPH, DFPHM, FAcadMEd

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Dr. Mark Stoltenberg completed his family medicine residency at Northwestern University and his palliative care fellowship at Harvard University. Mark joined the Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital immediately following his fellowship in July 2016, at which time he also started a Global Health Leadership Fellowship as well as the Master’s in Public Health degree program at the Harvard School of Public Health. His primary interest is providing comprehensive and compassionate care to poor and vulnerable populations.

Mark Stoltenberg, MD

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Dr. Warner is an Assistant Professor in the Department Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an Assistant Investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital where she conducts epidemiological research on cancer in the Mongan Institute’s Clinical Translational Epidemiology Unit. Dr. Warner has a bachelor's degree from Duke University and a master's in public health degree (MPH) from Yale School of Public Health. Dr. Warner completed her doctorate, and the Alonzo Smythe Yerby Postdoctoral Fellowship, both in Epidemiology, at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her research studies how lifestyle, behavioral, and genetic factors affect cancer screening, and intermediate markers of cancer risk, cancer risk and survival, with an interest in molecular subtypes and racial/ethnic and socioeconomic health disparities.

Erica T. Warner, ScD MPH