Dr. George A. Mansoor

Dr. George A. Mansoor is an internationally recognized clinician-scientist and expert in hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, and nephrology with over 35 years of medical experience. Currently a Consultant Internist and Nephrologist at the Sir Lester Bird Medical Center in Antigua, he also serves as CEO of the Medical and Diagnostic Center and an Adjunct Professor at the American University of Antigua.

Previously, Dr. Mansoor held various academic appointments at the University of Connecticut Health Center, rising to the rank of tenured Associate Professor of Medicine. He has also led major pharmaceutical clinical research programs related to cardiovascular safety, renal injury biomarkers, and hypertension at Merck Research Laboratories.

An prolific scholar, Dr. Mansoor has authored over 75 original peer-reviewed papers, 10 book chapters, and delivered hundreds of invited lectures. His research has been supported by over $3 million in competitive grant funding from NIH, foundations, and industry sponsors.

Further, as an academic leader, Dr. Mansoor has mentored dozens of medical trainees and early career researchers. He continues to serve as an Associate Editor for IEEE MultiMedia and the Journal of AI Research while consulting for international efforts around healthcare technology innovation.

Among his numerous honors, Dr. Mansoor is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (UK), a Fellow of the American Society of Hypertension, and the recipient of various awards for his service to the field of medicine include an honorary doctorate from the University of the West Indies in 2021.