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Professor Josephine C. Mbuagbaw makes CATUC and the SHMS Proud

 
 

 

Hardwork and commitment do not go unnoticed! Professor Josephine Chinna Mbuagbaw, Vice Provost of the School of Health and Medical Sciences and Professor of Internal Medicine, is a true model of what the Catholic University of Cameroon is training her students to become. She  was in Accra (Ghana) on the 20th of October 2018 to receive two top awards “for the work you have committed your life to”, according to the invitation which she received for the CEO GLOBAL Pan African Awards celebration 2018 for Africa’s Most Influential Women in the category of Education and Training. Professor Mbuagbaw received two top awards, one country and the other for the Central African Region. CEO Global empowers leaders across Africa and beyond.

Professor Mbuagbaw has received other accolades before: she was honoured as Best Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Buea, honoured by the Cameroon Medical Council for Service to humanity, and recognized for dint of hard work, resourcefulness and achievement, among others. She is a member of the International Society of Dermatology as well as the National Order of Medicine of Cameroon.

 

 
 

Professor Josephine C. Mbuagbaw Receiving award.

 
 

Professor Mbuagbaw has received other accolades before: she was honoured as Best Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Buea, honoured by the Cameroon Medical Council for Service to humanity, and recognized for dint of hard work, resourcefulness and achievement, among others. She is a member of the International Society of Dermatology as well as the National Order of Medicine of Cameroon.
Professor Mbuagbaw’s international recognition is a source of pride to the Catholic University of Cameroon where she has been working for the past couple of years as Vice Provost of the School of Health and Medical Sciences in Kumbo. At CATUC we have deliberately opted for robust academic training and the formation of hardworking and integral professionals who get the job done. In fact, we are nurturing a generation of critical and innovative thinkers, researchers and inventors.
This recognition is also an invitation for anyone (parent or student) who puts a premium on top quality medical training to take notice of the caliber of staff we have at our Medical School. Our squad in the Medical School is headed by the incomparable Professor Robert Ivo Leke and includes Professor Josephine Mbuagbaw as his Assistant and others like Professor Philip Egbengu, Dr. Charles Awasom (Surgeon), and other visiting specialists in medical training.
Professor Mbuagbaw was honoured in this category alongside Danavadee Thanacody Soborum, the Managing Director at Mauritius Examinations Syndicate.


 

 

Professor Josephine C. Mbuagbaw

 
 
 

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