22 March

Researcher named as "Ambassador of the University of Tübingen" for Central and West Africa

The Director of the Centre de Recherches Médicales de Lambaréné (CERMEL), Dr. AGNANDJI Selidji Todagbe, was awarded the title of "Ambassador of the University of Tübingen" for Central and West Africa.

Awarded to former students or researchers of the University of Tübingen whose activities with their institution have produced remarkable results, this prestigious title is part of the cooperation between the Institute of Tropical Medicine of the University Hospital Centre of Tübingen and CERMEL, a collaboration that has been ongoing for over 25 years.

As part of the institution's internationalisation strategy, this new position gives CERMEL an increases international dimension for its researchers.
Dr. AGNANDJI Selidji Todagbe is particularly known for his research on malaria and Ebola, which he combines with awareness-raising and communication activities among the populations of sub-Saharan Africa.
In order to meet the global challenges related to health and well-being, it is planned to supplement these grassroots activities with a network of former students and researchers from various disciplines that are evolving on the African continent.