Michele Monteil

Michele Monteil

Academic Appointment(s)



British-trained Clinical Immunologist and Academician based at Athens campus

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  • MSC, Immunology Univ of London, 1992

  • Ph.D., Medical Scientist. University of London, 1990

  • MBBS, Medical Scientist. University of the West Indies, 1985

  • MD, Medicine Univ of the West Indies Mona C, 1985

  • BS, Biochemistry Univ of London, 1977

Awards & Honors

  • Caribbean Women in Science Medal. National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology of Trinidad and Tobago, 2011

  • Medicine & Therapeutics Medal, University of the West Indies, 1984

  • Undergraduate Medical Course- Clinical Phase:Clinical Medal University of the West Indies, 1984

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • MEDI 5204

    ECM 2 Part 1
  • MEDI 5212

    Mod 1: Hematology/Oncology
  • MEDI 5226

    Mod 2: GU: Mod 2: Genitourinary
  • MEDI 5232

    Mod 3: Cardiopulmonary II
  • MEDI 5101

    Essen of Clinical Med 1 P2
  • MEDI 5242

    Mod 5: GI/Nutrition
  • MEDI 5252

    Mod 6: Brain and Behavior
  • MEDI 5262

    Mod 7: Multi-System Disorders

Teaching Interests

Use of active learning methodology in fostering deeper understanding and learning, and strategies for best integration of my discipline into an fully integrated course.


Selected Recent Publications

  • Primary antibody deficiency , 2018
  • DiGeorge syndrome, 2018
  • Human papillomavirus genotypes and their prevalence in a cohort of women in Trinidad, 2011
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • African dust and asthma in the Caribbean: Medical and statistical perspectives, 2009
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Saharan dust clouds and human health in the English-speaking Caribbean: What we know and don’t know, 2008
    Journal Article, Academic Journal

Research Interests

The biological factors underpinning ethnic differences in incidence and severity of neoplastic and inflammatory disorders. I have an active ongoing collaboration with Dr. Melissa Davis on the role of DARC (Duffy antigen receptor for chemokines) in breast cancer aggression in African American women.

Department Service

  • Case Review Team 2018 - 2019

    Role: Committee Chair

College Service

  • EII Education Day Organizing Committee 2017 - 2018

    Role: Committee Member
  • Grade Appeals Committee - 2017

    Role: Committee Member