Faculty and Staff

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Associate Professor, Department of Medical Foundations

Prior to joining RUSM, Dr. Thomas M. Ferrari was an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. He received his Ph.D. in Neurobiology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1993, followed by postdoctoral research at the University of California San Diego and The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. He was on the faculty at the University of Arkansas, the University of Missouri Kansas City, and the University of Michigan Medical School.

Jean Ford
Senior Associate Dean, Barbados campus

Jean G. Ford, MD, was appointed senior associate dean of the Barbados campus for Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) effective March 2023. In this role, Dr. Ford leads the RUSM campus team in fostering an environment that values diversity; promotes student, faculty, and colleague engagement and success; and engages as a socially responsible member of the community.

Dr. Karie Gaska
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Foundations
Dr. Gaska is a trained clinical and community psychologist, public health professional, and social worker
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Professor, Behavioral Sciences and Manager, Clinical Student Support

Dr. Robert Gee’s greatest devotion is to help others and serve communities in need. He is a passionate educator, clinician, and researcher. Dr. Gee has extensive experience in a wide variety of settings, including medical and higher education, public health, forensic, and behavioral health treatment. Dr. Gee is a well-published author and has written numerous peer-reviewed articles, presentations, and invited book chapters. He is a veteran on advisory and executive boards and has provided behavioral health consultation for over 50 local, state, national, and international organizations.

Dahlia Gibson
Director, Wellness and Counseling Center

Dahlia Gibson, PsyD, is a Registered Clinical Psychologist and a graduate of City University of New York, City College and Carlos Albizu University, Miami, Florida. Dr. Gibson was trained in New York and Florida and uses an integrative approach to working with clients across different cultures and settings. Upon her return to Barbados, she has held the office of President of the Barbados Association of Psychologists and council member for the Paramedical Council in the Ministry of Health.

Shanae Gill
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Foundations

Shanae Gill, MBBS, was trained at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad & Tobago and returned to Barbados to complete her Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). In 2013 she went on to obtain a Diploma in Sexual and Reproductive Health (DRH) from the University of Liverpool where she also received certification in Adolescent Health and Obstetric Emergencies in Low Income Settings. She is currently enrolled in the Masters of Public Health (MPH) program specializing in Health Services Management with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Dr.

José Gómez
Instructor, Department of Medical Foundations

Dr. José Martín Gómez is an Instructor of Anatomy in the Department of Medical Foundations at RUSM. Dr. Gómez states that teaching has always been a calling for him in whatever path of life he found himself. It is because of his passion for teaching that he sought knowledge throughout life. He strongly believes that these two concepts of learning and teaching are mutually beneficial to each other, showing that one can only teach what is learnt and this contributes to the yearning for and strengthening of knowledge.

Todd Gundrum
Associate Professor, Department of Medical Foundations

Todd Gundrum, PharmD, obtained his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 1995 and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 1997 both at the University of Toledo.  He then completed post graduate residency training in Primary Care with an emphasis in Family Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Dr. Gundrum then worked in a Family Practice center and residency program. Here, his duties involved direct care of patients and the development of an education and training curriculum for the physicians, residents, and students at the program.

Maureen Hall
Professor, Medical Education

Dr. Maureen Hall has been a faculty member of Ross University School of Medicine since September 2009, primarily in the role as academic coach/facilitator with a background as a family medicine physician. Her work particularly involves small group teaching and individual academic coaching, for students in both the basic and clinical sciences, including teaching metacognitive strategies; motivational skills; test-taking, study and learning strategies; and individual student learning assessments. She has certification in the Essential Skills in Medical Education Simulation (ESME-Sim).