Dr. Ryan Jackson, MD, MS

Dr. Ryan Jackson

Dr. Jackson is a member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and was on their Research Committee for Telepsychiatry. He has been a Genomics/Genetics Abstract Reviewer for the American Public Health Association since 2009. He is board certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine and has a Master's Degree in that specialty. He has given lectures about the book he coauthored, "Future of the Western Hemisphere" at the National Academies of Science and in several countries. He is currently researching disaster management, relief worker trauma, infectious diseases, environmental health, and other topics in association with researchers from Yale, University of Miami, University of California San Francisco and other Universities. Dr. Jackson was a Vice President and Gifted Children Coordinator for his local Mensa chapter, Executive Committee member of the Triple Nine Society, Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, and is a member of other societies for the highly gifted. He is fluent in Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Haitian Creole and speaks other languages.

Dr. Jackson spent a year in Haiti in 2010 doing health education, public health program development, and helping to open a nursing school in his roles as a board member and medical director for Greater Caribbean Energy and Environment Foundation, Centre Chretien Pour Les Enfants et Les Femmes, a partnership of 501c3 non-profits. He has published several articles and books, in part due to his role as Board Member of the US Association of the Club Rome. This work has been presented to influential scientists and heads of state from around the world.

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