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Sean Smith – Profile

Sean Smith

Sean Smith is a US Based Humanitarian / Flight Nurse-Paramedic who has practiced and taught Advanced Critical Care and Emergency Medicine from neonates to geriatrics, for over 20 years. Sean’s career highlights include his service in the US Navy, deployment on 50+ medical missions including the “Hot Zone” during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, and PRN medical support to the NASA Space Shuttle Program.

He is currently providing COVID-19 Clinical guidance and training to numerous agencies, charities, and hospitals at home and abroad. Sean’s medical mission work has given him first-hand experience with many contagious or uncommon pathologies such as Ebola, Diphtheria, Cholera, Tetanus, Rabies, Leprosy, etc.

He holds degrees in Molecular Biology, Business Administration, and Nursing holds numerous post-graduate certifications in Tropical Medicine and Disaster/ Humanitarian Response and is currently completing an MSc in Forensic Science. His education and experience have provided him with extensive familiarity with the Molecular Biology and Rapid Diagnostic Testing strategies used in the current and projected management of SARS-CoV2 associated pathogen.