Rani George – Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Specialist
Rani George is a pediatric hematology-oncology specialist with over 36 years of experience in the field. She has an office in Boston, MA.
She completed her medical degree from the University of Liberia and her PhD from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. She received clinical training at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Boston Children’s Hospital and Dana – Farber Cancer Institute.
Early Life and Education
Rani George is a hematologist-oncologist who treats patients at Boston Children’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She has a clinical research focus on neuroblastoma and pediatric solid tumors. She completed her medical training at the University of Liberia and is board certified in both pediatrics and hematology/oncology. She is currently accepting new patients.
In addition to her work as a physician, George serves as an advisor to the World Health Organization. She also works in public health, including community-centered health care. She believes that it is important to pass on faith and values to future generations. She says that her parents and grandparents lived a deeply spiritual life, and she hopes to do the same for her family. She and her husband attend daily Mass, and their sons are actively involved in religious education.
Rani George is a mental health nurse practitioner who has over 10 years of experience. She specializes in emergency and outpatient psychiatry, seeing adults and kids with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, disruptive mood dysregulation, autism, schizophrenia, and PTSD. She is also trained in telehealth and accepts most major insurance plans. She has a Master of Nursing from Liberty University and a Post Masters Certificate in Mental Health from the University of South Alabama.
She is a Certified Systemic Constellations facilitator and an Energy Healing practitioner and teacher, as well as a board member of North American Systemic Constellations. She is the creator of a monthly Learning Circle, which explores the sacred intersection of Constellation principles, hands-on healing and contemplative mystical practices. She is also a founding member of the Place of Hope, where she serves on the Planned Giving Council and volunteers for multiple committees.
Achievements and Honors
Rani George is a well-rounded and highly accomplished academic, having held positions such as interim dean of the college of arts and sciences and professor of statistics and research methods in criminal justice. She also holds a Ph.D in measurement, statistics and evaluation and a master’s in applied human development. Her research focuses on the intersection of education and public health. She has published articles in scholarly journals and presented at national and international conferences. She is currently the principal investigator of a multi-year SAMHSA grant to fund college campus HIV/AIDS prevention programs. Her other accolades include a lifetime achievement award from the American Psychological Association and an honorary doctorate in humane letters from the University of Delaware.
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Rani George is a woman who has lived an adventurous life. She has worked in the media, served as a public school teacher and was known as an active member of several community organizations. She is a Systemic Constellations facilitator and has also been an energy healing practitioner and teacher for over 20 years. Her monthly learning circles explore the sacred intersection of Constellation principles, hands-on healing and contemplative mystical practices. She has also facilitated private and group Constellations for over 10 years and has collaborated with her daughter to offer Body Constellations.
She and her husband, George Augustine, are good examples of living a faith deeply rooted by their parents and grandparents, and then intentionally passing that belief on to future generations. They are well-cultured and attend daily Mass about two times a week in their hometown of Flower Mound, Texas, which follows the Syro-Malabar rite.
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