Pre-doctoral researcher, Badalona
Born in Ekwulobia, Nigeria in 1990. Obtained a BSc degree in Applied Biochemistry with First class honors from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria, in 2011. In 2017, obtained an MSc in Forensic Sciences degree with Distinction from the University of Lincoln (UK); Instituto Universitario Egas Moniz (IUEM, Portugal) and the Universidad de Córdoba (Spain), under the Erasmus Mundus scholarship. After graduation, worked as a visiting lecturer at IUEM for the Phylogenetic Analysis in Forensic Sciences module of the MSc programme in Laboratory Technologies in Forensic Sciences. He had previously worked on molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases (HIV, HCV, and HBV). Now, as an INPhiNIT ´la Caixa´ Marie Curie Ph.D. fellow in IrsiCaixa, IGTP, he develops a Ph.D. thesis on the identification of novel therapeutic strategies to block HIV persistence. His hobbies include reading, listening to music and cooking.
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THE FELLOWSHIP FOR IFEANYI
Host university or research centre
IGTP - Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute
Studies pursued with the fellowship
PhD programme in Advanced Immunology
Type of studies
Speciality of studies pursued with the fellowship
Molecular biology and biochemistry
NOTICES ON IFEANYI
01 December 2021
End inequalities. End AIDS.
Set up in 1988 by the WHO, World AIDS Day was the first day dedicated to health around the world. Today, we speak to researchers and ”la Caixa” Foundation fellows Elisa López from ISGlobal and Ifeanyi Jude Ezeonwumelu from IrsiCaixa. Both of these centres are supported by the ”la Caixa” Foundation.