Aloysius Kodjo Dzigbordi Loglo
Collaborative Doctoral candidate
University of Surrey, UK at the Kumasi Center for Collaborative Medicine affiliated with the SkinNTD Group
Aloysius Kodjo Dzigbordi Loglo is currently a Collaborative Doctoral candidate of University of Surrey, UK at the Kumasi Center for Collaborative Medicine affiliated with the SkinNTD Group led by Professor Richard Odame Phillips. He holds a Bachelor of Education Degree (Biology) from University of Education Winneba, Ghana. He also holds a Diploma in Project Design and Management from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK and a Master of Philosophy Degree in Immunology from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana. He worked as a research assistant for 9 years for KCCR and a year at University of Surrey as a research officer in the pathogenesis of Buruli ulcer at the Department of Microbial Sciences (Dr Rachel Simmonds as the line manager). He has experience working as a research laboratory scientist and in Buruli ulcer drug trial management. He has experience in HIV and Buruli ulcer laboratory and field research as well.
The research for his Ph.D. focuses on the role of diet and coagulation in the pathogenesis of Buruli ulcer disease and is funded by Wellcome Trust Investigator Award (202843/Z/16/Z) of Dr Rachel Simmonds. An aspect of his training is supported by Nestle foundation, Lausanne, Switzerland and College of Health Sciences Maiden Grant, KNUST, Ghana.
His interests are into Nutritional and Clinical Immunology, Clinical research, systematic reviews and meta-analysis in Neglected Tropical Diseases and other co-infections.
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