Prof. Lindonne Glasgow
Instructor, Public Health and Preventive Medicine
St. George's University
Lindonne Glasgow is a human and social capacity building specialist and public health researcher. She is a Grenadian, employed as a Capacity Building and Training Specialist for a regional project, PROPEL, funded by a Canadian NGO and the Government of Canada. She received a Master of Science degree in Public Health from the St. George’s University in Grenada, for which she undertook Grenada’s first formal study to estimate the burden of gastrointestinal illness, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, CAREC, PAHO and WINDREF, which was published by the Journal of Population Health and Nutrition.