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public health service officer

Kelechi Ebere Nnoaham, Nigerian public health service officer. Achievements include research in the perceptions and experiences of tuberculosis disease among minority ethnic group populations in England. Recipient Frederick Murgatroyd prize, London School Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, 2004; grantee Leverhulme scholarship, 2003. Religious authorship, tutorship Redeemed Christian Church God, Oxford, 2006—2007; Member of Faculty Public Health.

Background

Nnoaham, Kelechi Ebere was born on December 18, 1973 in Imo State, Nigeria. Son of Nelson Amauchechukwu and Grace Chima Nnoaham.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University Lagos, Nigeria, 1998. Master of Science with distinction, University London, 2004. Master in Public Health with distinction, University Oxford, England, 2006.

Career

Pre-registration house officer Lagos University Teaching Hospital, 1999—2000. Public health medical officer Bauchi State Government, Nigeria, 2000—2001. Senior medical officer, care coordinator Hygeia Nigeria, Ltd., Lagos, 2001—2003.

Honorary registrar in respiratory medicine Homerton University Hospital, London, 2004. Specialist registrar in public health medicine Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust, Oxford, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the perceptions and experiences of tuberculosis disease among minority ethnic group populations in England.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Religious authorship, tutorship Redeemed Christian Church God, Oxford, 2006—2007. Member of Faculty Public Health.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, fine arts.

Connections

father:
Nelson Amauchechukwu

mother:
Grace Chima Nnoaham