The Fobang Institute for Innovations in Sciences and Technology (FINISTECH) is now operational.
FINISTECH(@fobang_institutes) is a tertiary education institution created as a training, research and application outfit to popularize science and complement Africa’s governmental effort in providing innovative approaches of science for research and development.
The GOAL of FINISTECH is to practice experimental research, industrial application communication and training in order to support policy-making and for the promotion of excellence in science and development. An important component for this goal is to establish and maintain genuine research collaborations with many states and private institutions within Africa as well as with international institutions.
For a start, they offer courses in;
MED LAB TECHNOLOGY
Being a student, you are entitled to;
A biotech kit
A lab jacket
A certificate in the languages
An attestation in leadership and entrepreneurship
And a laptop
ADMISSIONS ARE OPEN!
Lectures start officially on the 14th of October 2021
Open Day Sept 21
Deadline for registration – Sept 30
The Founder of FINISTECH;
Mbacham F. Wilfred is a Titular Prof of Public Health Biotechnology. He obtained a Doctorat d’Université in Molecular Parasitology from the University of Yaoundé I (1989) and a Doctor of Science Degree in Tropical Public Health from Harvard (1997). He researches on host and pathogen genomics and the interaction between Communicable and Non Communicable diseases. He has served in leadership positions in many national and international programs. He is the Executive Director of the Multilateral Initiative on Malaria Secretariat that promotes fundamental research on Malaria but also organizes a 2000-person capacity conference every 4 years.
For 10 years, (2006-2016) he also coordinated the APALP (Assises Pan Africaines de Lutte contre le Paludisme) that brought together 35 National Malaria Control Program Managers all over Africa, to discuss and exchange strategies for success in rolling out various anti-malarial interventions.