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Herb Fitzgerald Sewell

Place Of Birth: Spanish Town, Jamaica
DOB: 1949.

Herb Fitzgerald Sewell was born in Spanish Town in 1949. He migrated to England in the early 1950’s with his parents.

Sewell attended the University of Birmingham in 1968 graduating with BDS, MSc, PhD with honours and numerous prizes over a nine year period. He qualified in Medicine (MB ChB) from the University of Leicester in 1983.

Professor Sewell has served on a variety of public and professional bodies concerned with Health Care, Medical Science and Education, Training and Practice. He has been a representative for the UK at the World Health Organisation Consultation on Xenotransplantation and a member of the UK regulatory authority overseeing developments in Xenotransplantation.

Sewell is currently a member of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics and is a Commissioner for the UK Medicines Commission. He was made a Founding Fellow of the UK Academy of Medical Sciences 1999, and awarded the honorary degrees of DDS by Birmingham University in 2001 and D.Sc by the University of the West Indies in 2003.

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This is an attempt to create a revolutionary movement to arrest the social decline of our country and reverse foreign domination of our economic and political life through the co-operation of our two political parties.

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