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Dr Samuel Sakyi

Dr Samuel Sakyi

Dr. Samuel Asamoah Sakyi’s research interest focuses on identifying and developing diagnostic tools and markers for the early detection of emerging and re-emerging infectious and chronic diseases. Samuel is passionate about the translation of research findings to end user application to advance science and healthcare delivery. He targets the development of diagnostic tools locally, to make methods of testing readily available in low-resource environments.  He has a track record of leading several research studies and capacity building in Sub-Saharan Africa. He is currently a senior lecturer in the Molecular Medicine Department of the School of Medicine and Dentistry, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

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Eugene Otu Quansah

Eugene Otu Quansah is an experienced biomedical scientist with an excellent blend of extensive theoretical knowledge and practical experience in biomedical sciences and Molecular biology. He is also passionate about biomedical research with research interests in Immunology and Microbiology. Eugene is currently a research assistant with the KNUST team of the Afridx project.

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