- Microbiologist Professor Dorothy Yeboah-Manu has been named Director of the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR)
- She makes history as the first woman to take up the position at the NMIMR
- Professor Yeboah-Manu's appointment was disclosed in a post by the NMIMR on Twitter
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Microbiologist Professor Dorothy Yeboah-Manu has become the first woman to be appointed as the Director of the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR).
Professor Yeboah-Manu is the head of the Bacteriology Department at the NMIMR and is taking over from her predecessor Professor Annang, who retires from active service on July 31, 2021.
The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research issued a message on Twitter to announce Professor Dorothy Yeboah-Manu's appointment.
Announcing her appointment
''Congratulations, Professor Dorothy Yeboah-Manu on your appointment by the University Council as the first female Director of the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research. She takes over from Professor Abraham Anang, who retires from active service on 31st July 2021,'' the post read.
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It is indicated that António Guterres who is the United Nations Secretary-General made the announcement and indicated that Martha would be in the Departments of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and Peace Operations (DPPA-DPO).
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Source: Yen Newspaper