The fellowship enabled me to acquire skills in NMR based structural elucidation.
Dr. Patrick Arthur, , Department of Biochemistry, Cell & Molecular Biology
Enjoyed networking with several researchers.
Professor Eric Sampane-Donkor,, Department of Medical Microbiology
I enjoyed great mentorship from my Cambridge collaborator and had access to reagents and equipment to facilitate research.
Dr. Theresa Manful Gwira, , Department of Biochemistry, Cell & Molecular Biology
The CAPREx fellowship has helped me improve my knowledge on methods for working with pathogenic bacteria and has furthered my understanding of modern research techniques.
Dr. Joseph Honger, , Soil and Irrigation Research Centre, Kpong
The visit has significantly enhanced my research skills and given me the opportunity to learn new techniques. It has revamped my research career.
Dr. Samuel Kwofie, , Department of Biomedical Engineering
I have acquired knowledge in the use of CRISPR-CAS 9 gene modifying technology and established collaboration with a high profile research scientist during my stay at the University of Cambridge.
Professor Neils Ben Quashie, , Centre for Tropical Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
I had the opportunity to carry out additional research activities using proteins and antigens from my collaborator’s laboratory and also attended a number of very educative seminars and conferences.
Dr. Linda Eva Amoah, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research
The fellowship has helped me expand my research network and provided me the opportunity to train on tissue culture techniques at NIAB
Dr. Naa Lamle Amissah, Department of Crop Science
The CAPREx fellowship helped me gain new skills in molecular techniques in insects and diseases diagnostics as well provided the opportunity for me to attend and deliver seminars at the University of Cambridge. I have also gained access to a wide range of journals and books for my future research.
Dr. Ken Okwae Fening, Soil and Irrigation Research Centre, Kpong
The Cambridge Africa Partnership for Research Excellence (CAPREx project is a partnership program between the University of Cambridge in the UK, University of Ghana Legon and the Makerere University in Uganda