Laboratory technician at the Laboratory of Immunobiology and Helminth Infections (IBHI), at the Medical Research Centre of the Ministry of Scientific Research and Innovation, Cameroon under the supervision of Dr NONO KOMGUEP. Holder of an M.Sc in Physiology/Immunology at the Department of Animal Biology and Physiology (BPA) of the Faculty of Science of the University of Yaoundé I, i studied the Impact of submicroscopic Plasmodium falciparum infection on the expression of IgG anti-VAR2CSA antibodies in women at delivery. This experience helped me acquire particular skills in malaria immunity in pregnant women and to understand the pathophysiology of placental malaria in pregnant women. Currently, I am a PhD student in biology and physiology/immunology at the Department of Animal Biology and Physiology of the Faculty of Science of the University of Yaoundé I. My thesis focuses on the immunophenotypic and functional characterization of CD4+ T lymphocytes in relation to placental malaria in women during childbirth. I am conducting my work jointly at the Biotechnology Center (CBT) of the University of Yaoundé I and at the Molecular Parasitology Laboratory of the Centre Pasteur of Cameroon, where I am acquiring additional experience that will help me in my long research career.