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Mathias   Afortu-Ofre MD, APGDOH-SM, MSc

Anatomy and Necropsy Laboratory Manager

Dr. Mathias Afortu-Ofre received his medical degree from Windsor University School of Medicine in 2016. Following one year of private medical tutoring, he served as an assistant tutor in the United States Medical Licensing Examination, tutoring classes (2013-2014).

Certificates from Global Health Center include:

Advance Cardiovascular Life Support
Infectious Diseases: Antimicrobial Resistance Part 1, HIV Basics Part 1, Tuberculosis Basics, Malaria, and Tuberculosis – Advanced Concepts
Maternal Health: Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV, Preventing Postpartum Hemorrhage, Malaria in Pregnancy
Child Survival: Diarrheal Disease
Family Planning and Reproductive Health: Cervical Cancer Prevention, Community-Based Family Planning, Data Quality, Data Use for Program Managers, Economic Evaluation Basics

Dr. Mathias acquired professional experience in prostate screening at the Urology Associate, Nevis Island. Worked with Dr. Dwayne Thwaites, M.D., Dr. Daniel Caruso, M.D., Dr. Tasha Cooke, M.D. and Dr. Brian Cohen, in 2012-2013 where he further developed the skills of diagnosis and prognosis of prostate abnormalities.


Currently pursuing PhD in public health
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Masters of Science in Healthcare Management (MSc)
Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Occupation Health and Safety Management (APGDOH-SM)


Environmental and occupational Health and Risk Assessment (Durreesamin Journal (ISSN:2204 – 9827,Volume 4,ISSUE 1,March,2018:Durreesamin Journal)

Epidemiology of Communicable and Non- communicable Diseases with its strategic Management(Durreesamin Journal (ISSN:2204 – 9827,Volume 4,ISSUE 1,March,2018:Durreesamin Journal)

Issues in Maternal and Child Health(Durreesamin Journal (ISSN:2204 – 9827,Volume 4,ISSUE 1,March,2018:Durreesamin Journal)

The Role of Ethics in Public Health Clinical Research (Durreesamin Journal (ISSN:2204 – 9827,Volume 4,ISSUE 1,March,2018:Durreesamin Journal)

Current Project

Impact of a pre-course and real-time dissection demonstrations on student learning in veterinary gross anatomy.