Education: * Karolinska Institutet Certificate, Clinical Trial Management (2015 – 2016) * Graduate School in Life Sciences, Health and the Environment - University of Yaounde I Master of Science (MSc), Public Health Biotechnology (2014 – 2016) * Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences - University of Yaounde I Medicinae Doctorae (MD), Medicine (2005 – 2012)
Languages: English & French
Honours and Awards: - NIH Fogarty Global Health Fellow - Novartis 2015 Next Generation Scientist Fellow
LinkedIN Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randolph-ngwafor-9302b695/
Current Company: National Malaria Control Program | Fogarty International Centre at NIH
Current Position: M.D., NIH/Fogarty Fellow, Novartis NGS Fellow, Section Head
Experience Description: * Section Head - Research & Training - National Malaria Control Program (Nov 2015 - Present) (Cameroon) * Northern Pacific Global Health (NPGH) Fellow - Fogarty International Centre at NIH (Aug 2016 - Present) * Clinical Trial Monitor - Drug Safety Unit-Biotechnology Centre (Jan 2014 - Nov 2015) * Next Generation Scientist (NGS) Fellow - Novartis (Jun 2015 - Aug 2015) (Switzerland) * Emergency Department Chief - Bertoua Regional Hospital (Jan 2013 - Dec 2013) (Cameroon)
Randolph Ngwafor is a Cameroonian, based in the capital city Yaounde. A general practitioner, with a Medicinae Doctorae (MD) degree and a MSc in Public Health Biotechnology from the University of Yaounde I, he is currently the Section Head of Research and Training at the National Malaria Control Programme. Prior to this position, he was Clinical Monitor at the Biotechnology Center, where he participated in a malaria drug trial in the North and Far North Regions of Cameroon. He also worked at the Bertoua Regional Hospital as Head of the Emergency Unit and Head of the anti-corruption committee of the hospital. He had served briefly as Interim Director in the same hospital. Randolph is a Novartis NGS 2015 Fellow, where he carried out a systematic review on leprosy biomarkers at the Novartis Foundation in Basel, Switzerland. His dream is to be a leader in clinical research and to help eradicate tropical diseases like malaria. He is a member of the Cameroon Society of Epidemiologists and of the Cameroon Medical Council.