Graduated from Medical School at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City with “Gabino Barreda” Medal, as well as recognition of the Ministry of Health and Pfizer Scientific Institute to the best 60 students of medicine in the country.
Specialist in Psychiatry and subspecialist in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry form UNAM and “Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz” National Institute of Psychiatry. Master’s and Doctorate with honorable mention in Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine of the UNAM.
Coordinator of Educational Research of the Subdivision of Medical Specializations for 5 years.
Currently Career Professor of the Department of Physiology and Member of the National System of Researchers of CONACYT.
Dr Alison Reid is a medical graduate of the University of Tasmania, has a Masters of Health Administration from the University of New South Wales and was awarded Fellowship of the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine in 1992. In 2009, she completed studies in Global Health Diplomacy at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
From 1994-1999, Dr Reid was the Hospital Chief Executive of the Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong and on her return to Australia, she was appointed as the Medical Director of the New South Wales Medical Board. For three years from 2011, Dr Reid led an international team contracted to establish the National Health Regulatory Authority in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Currently, Dr Reid is the Executive Director of the International Association of Medical Regulatory Authorities (IAMRA) which has 118 member organisations in 48 countries. Dr Reid also works as a consultant in healthcare and regulation with regulatory authorities across a number of healthcare professions both in Australia and internationally. She has extensive experience in assessing and managing practitioners’ fitness to practise in relation to their professional conduct, performance and personal health, and is a Senior Professional Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal.