ONWUJEKWE, Daniel Ifeanyi

Date of Birth: Wednesday (Eke) lsl February, 1956 State of Origin: Anambra Local Government Area: Njikoka Dr Daniel Ifeanyi Onwujekweis the Principal Investigator. PEPAR of the Nigeria Institute of Medical Research. Yaba Lagos- a treatment programme forpeopleliving with HIV/AIDS- in Lagosarea and also involved in the Clinical and Laboratory Management of Tuberculosis. Dr Onwujekwe was born on February 1st 1956. Education • University of Nigeria, Nsukka B.Sc (Hons) 1979 • University of Lagos, MBBS 1989 • In. GR Diarrhea Dis Research Dhaka Bangladesh Certificate in Clinical and Applied Epidemiology 1997 Job Experience and Duties • A Medical Scientist to the core - carrying out investigations and research for the development of human treatment and science. • Deeply involved in creating awareness in the Screening for High Blood Pressure in his community. Membership of Professional and Non Professional Associations • Member. Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) Member, and President of KB ( KEEBITE) Club. College of Medicine . Universityof Lagos. • Adherent of the Grail Message. Hobbies Music and Wine Making. Dr. Onwujekwe's Special message to the Youths of Igbo extraction: "Look inwards for ihe solution to the problems welcome across daily. You have The power and potential within you lo rise above those powers and obstacles" To the Igbo Leaders "note, we need more selfless leaders! Our Leaders should please realize the future has low the improved upon selfless Service and Group Work not private/personal interests ".
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