Dr. Kerry Mitchell is an environmental scientist associated with the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at St. George’s University, Grenada. He holds an undergraduate degree in Environmental Sciences and completed postgraduate studies in Biological Sciences.
His interests include assessing environmental quality and evaluating the impact of poor environmental stewardship on ecosystem health. Over the years his research has focused on the risk assessment of anthropogenic pollutants in the environment. He is a member of a research team currently studying the spatial and temporal variation of air quality and its association with adverse health outcomes. Additionally, he takes the lead on a project centered on evaluating the presence of agrochemical derivatives in water catchment zones. He also collaborates with an international research team dedicated to the remediation of substrates polluted with toxic metals using modified organic amendments