HPMI - Seminar

Genomics Characterization and Surveillance of Microbial Threats in West Africa

The Infectious Disease and Human Health Seminar Series is presenting a Seminar with Christian Happi. Dr. Happi is the Director of the World Bank-funded African Center of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Disease (ACEGID), Professor of Molecular Biology and Genomics, and the former Dean of the College of Postgraduate Studies at Redeemer’s University, Nigeria. He completed his PhD at the University of Ibadan, and his postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University, School of Public Health. He received the Merle A. Sande Health Leadership Award in 2011; the 2016 Award of Excellence in Research, by the Committee of Vice- Chancellors of Nigerian Universities; and the 2019 Human Genome Organization (HUGO) Africa Prize for his seminal work on infectious diseases genomics in Africa, including Ebola and Lassa fever.


Title: Genomics Characterization and Surveillance of Microbial Threats in West Africa
Host: Nevan Krogen

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