Dr Benjamin Momo Kadia
Dr. Kadia works at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine as Clinical Research Associate providing clinical, research and organizational support in projects of the UKRI GCRF Action Against Stunting Hub in Senegal, India, and Indonesia. He also assists various Cameroon-based organizations in research capacity building and designing disease control programmes. Dr. Kadia earned a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from the University of Buea in Cameroon and completed an MSc in Public Health for Development at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine through a Chevening scholarship. He has previously served as Medical Officer in resource-constrained settings and primary contact local Physician for United States Peace Corps trainees in Cameroon. He has six years of experience as a Clinical Research Physician and has authored several peer-reviewed publications that principally explore clinical and epidemiological aspects of tropical infectious diseases. He has presented at diverse international conferences and serves as peer reviewer for various world leading journals.