A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-BASED *GHANAIAN SCIENTIST* HAS BEEN RECOGNISED FOR SAVING LIVES FROM TROPICAL DISEASES
Kojo Mensa-Wilmot was acknowledged by Kennesaw State University for his illustrious work.
The Mfantsipim alumnus has been studying the microbial parasites that cause fatal diseases in humans and animals for years, with the ultimate goal of developing drugs to save lives.
A professor of molecular and cellular biology and dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at Kennesaw State, Mensa-Wilmot earned his PhD in DNA replication at Johns Hopkins University.
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