Professor Rodel Anthony Reyes received a doctorate in the field of Medicine from De La Salle Health Science Institute and his bachelors in Molecular and Microbiology from the University of Central Florida. He is currently teaching courses in the Allied Health program at City College, Fort Lauderdale.  He has demonstrated to always have a positive attitude and is motivated to grow and learn.  A strong advocate of hands-on, inquiry-based learning; he involves his students in a variety of problem-solving and technology-infused activities that provide his students with opportunities to shine in their future careers. His professional interests focus on practicing the art of medicine in the future upon completion of his United States Medical Licensing credentials.

Professor Reyes current projects include volunteering at a non-profit healthcare facility, UHI Community Care Clinic, which offers free healthcare to those without medical insurance and working on medical research with associate professors from Nova Southeastern University and Florida International University. He recently published a journal article on Familial Marfan Syndrome, July 2018, in “The Consultant,” which aims to bring an informed editorial and debate to the healthcare sector in areas currently underserved by good quality medical journals.  He also has another research article in the works, to appear in “The Consultant” on, “Acute Care and Long Term Treatment of Truncus Arteriosus with a Bicuspid Truncal Valve: A Case Report.”