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LMIC Grants 2019 - Successful Applicants

G-I-N was once again delighted to be able to offer support to three of our members from Low and Lower Middle income countries to attend the 2019 Adelaide Conference.

 

These members were:    

Awuor Ponge

Awuor Ponge serves as Associate Research Fellow in-charge of Research, Policy and Evaluation Fellow at the African Policy Centre (APC). He is a Doctoral Candidate and Adjunct Faculty at Kenyatta University’s Department of Sociology, Gender and Development Studies.

He’s a Double-Master’s Degree holder in Development Studies from the Institute for Development Studies of the University of Nairobi on Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) Scholarship; and in Education, Gender and International Development (MA – EGID) from the University of London. Previously, Ponge graduated with a Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts Degree in Literature and Philosophy from the University of Nairobi.  

Click here to read Awuor's full conference report.

  

  Gouri Shankar  Bhattacharyya

Dr. Gouri Shankar Bhattacharyya manages the Department of Medical Oncology at Salt Lake City Medical Centre, Kolkata. His principal area of interest lies in Cancer Research and delivery of Cost-Effective Cancer Care and repurposing of drugs.  He is a founder member of the Indian Cooperative Oncology Network (ICON), Molecular Oncology Society, and Indian Association of Cancer Research and the Founder Member of ICON Biorepository as well as member for Drafting of SOPs.  Gouri works with many external bodies and is a Member of the American School of Clinical Oncology. He is Guideline Drafting Committee reviewer for European Society for Medical Oncology, International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, American College of Clinical Pharmacology and a few more. He is also Chairman – ESMO Asia Colloquia for Biosimilars.

 

Click here to read Gouri's post conference report.

  

Etienne NgehEtienne Ngeh is a trained Cameroonian Physiotherapist and Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist with several posts of responsibilities. He is the Head of Physiotherapy Department St. Louis University Bamenda, Cameroon and leads the Physiotherapy service of the Regional Hospital Bamenda.

He is the founder and promoter of the Research Organisation for Health Education and Rehabilitation-Cameroon. Currently, through his research organisation assumes the role of the chief of rehabilitation services at the Fako Heart Centre in Buea pioneering the first cardiac rehabilitation program in Cameroon. He joined Guideline-International-Network in 2018, currently working with the implementation working group and also Africa’s regional group member.

 Click here to read Etienne's post conference report.

 

 

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