Mr. Rajagopal Muralidharan is a science (biotechnology) postgraduate from the prestigious Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom. He also obtained Bachelor of Technology (Engineering degree) in Biotechnology from University of Calicut, India. During his Master’s program he did project on the study about the molecular mechanisms of cellular water homeostasis through Aquaporin Water Channel. Also during the Bachelor’s program he completed a project on the production of N-acetyl glucosamine from shrimp shell waste which is used for the treatment of arthritis. During his bachelor’s program he did a Poster Presentation on Human genome project and Cloning for an International Conference held in India. He was awarded with Aston Student Scholarship during his Master’s program. He is associated with IAU as a Full time Premed faculty from January 2014 onwards. He was involved in teaching Cell biology, currently he is teaching subjects like Inorganic chemistry, Biotechnology and Genetics. He is also the acting head of the Premed Promotions Committee.
Peter Jean Paul
Peter Jean Paul lecture Physics, College Algebra, Biostatics and Epidemiology and Medical Informatics. He is also the head of the PreMed Disciplinary Committee and currently Administrator to one government Project for IAU called Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructural Program (CARCIP). He has a Master’s in Education with other International Certifications. According to Mr Peter it is his pleasure to serve the up and coming docotors that IAU is currently producing. It is his hope that the university continues to make an impact of the lives of not only its current students but also the lives of those the students are likely to serve.
Ms. Remise Anthony lectures in Pre Med English at the International American College of Medicine in Vieux-Fort, St Lucia.
Prior to joining the part-time staff of the International American University in…., Ms Anthony had a ten (10) year stint as principal of the Micoud Secondary School, St Lucia. Previous to this she was Head of the English Language Department and taught English Language and Literature to the Upper Forms at a Secondary School.
Ms Anthony is an educator of more than thirty ( 30) years experience. She has taught at all levels of the education system. Her first appointment was as a primary level teacher. She then taught English and Literature at the secondary school before moving to the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College as a part- time lecturer in Communications Studies. She has had extensive experience in Testing and Evaluation, developing Remedial Reading programmes for Young adults and the Teaching of English as a Second Language.
Ms Anthony is a graduate from the University of the West Indies,(Cave-Hill) where she obtained a Certificate of Education in the Teaching of Reading, a Bachelor of Education Degree (Honours) with a minor in Linguistics and a Master of Arts in Education Degree, specialising in Functional Literacy. She also pursued an Executive Diploma in School Management and Administration at the UWI-Institute of Business, St Augustine, Trinidad.