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metabolic chemist , researcher

Paul Chu Chiy, Cameroonian metabolic chemist, researcher. Achievements include research in nutritional and metabolic chemistry of sodium; establishment of the limits of toxic metals in mammalian food chains. Member British Society Animal Science (named Most Promising Young Scientist 1992), British Grassland Society, Institute of Biology (agriculture committee since 1995).

Background

Chiy, Paul Chu was born on March 15, 1965 in Esu-Wum, Cameroon. Arrived in United Kingdom, 1986. Son of Malawer Kwam and Immaculate Njang (Sih) Chiy.

Education

Bachelor of Science with honors, University Wales, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wales, 1993.

Career

Research assistant, IRZV, Bambui, Cameroon, summers 1986-1987; research assistant, U. Wales, Bangor, 1989-1992; research officer, U. Wales, Bangor, 1992-1993; postdoctoral research associate, U. Wales, Bangor, 1993-1995; postdoctorral research fellow, U. Cambridge, England, since 1995. Consultant ICI Fertilizers, 1990-1995. Head laboratory Veterinary School, United Kingdom, since 1995.

Member steering committee European Union.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in nutritional and metabolic chemistry of sodium. Establishment of the limits of toxic metals in mammalian food chains.

Membership

Member British Society Animal Science (named Most Promising Young Scientist 1992), British Grassland Society, Institute of Biology (agriculture committee since 1995).

Connections

father:
Malawer Kwam Chiy

mother:
Immaculate Njang (Sih) Chiy