I was awarded a competitive UK funded fellowship and then a Merck KgaA Global Health Institute fund to do my Master research within the Laboratory of Immunobiology and helminth infections (IBHI), in the Medical Research Centre of the Ministry of Scientific Research and Innovation in Yaounde, Cameroon.

As laboratory manager I have the responsibility of setting up the laboratory, writing up of laboratory SOP’s, overseeing laboratory activities, assist in the shipment and retrieval of samples, perform pending experiments at Institute of Medical Research and Medicinal Plant Studies (IMPM), biostatistical and bioinformatical analyses of all above-performed experiments.

For my master thesis I evaluated the potential of GM-CSF and IL-4 plasma levels as biomarkers of hepatoslpenic Schistosomiasis infection and pathology in school children under the supervision of Dr NONO KOMGUEP Justin and co-supervision of Dr. KAMDEM Donald Severin, at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Protestant University of Central Africa. Prior the obtention of this master degree (MSc) in clinical biology option microbiology-parasitology, I graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor degree (BSc) in medical analysis from the Catholic University of Central Africa, and I obtained a medical laboratory analyst diploma in 2014 from the private School for Medical Health personnel named “ROSIERE” all in Yaounde, Cameroon.