- Adwoa Afriyie, an outstanding Ghanaian young woman who was a Medical student at King's College London, has recently announced her latest feat online
- In an exciting post, she opened up about graduating with a first class in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology
- Afriyie also bagged a 90% mark in her dissertation and looks forward to using the research she embarked on to help guide men in terms of reproductive health
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An elated Ghanaian young lady named Adwoa Afriyie has recently taken to social media to share the news of graduating with a first-class degree from King's College London.
A post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Adwoa had her revealing that she pursued an intercalated bachelor's degree in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology and obtained a 90% mark in her dissertation.
"In addition to this, I obtained a 90% mark in my dissertation pertaining to the effects of varicocele and embolisation on male productive fluid DNA fragmentation and pregnancy rates following assisted reproductive technology."
She also added that she got the chance to present a part of her work at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) in Milan 2022 and was very excited about that.
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The young lady's intention is to be able to use his research to help guide men when it comes to reproductive health.
Adwoa Afriyie shared more about her journey in the post linked here.
Regional Maritime University Brilliant Student Completes With First-Class Honours in Marine Engineering
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a gorgeous young lady known as Monica Nancy Candny recently took to social media to announce her latest academic achievement with her followers.
The LinkedIn post sighted by YEN.com.gh had Monica revealing that she successfully graduated from the Regional Maritime University with a first-class honours in Marine Engineering.
"Congratulations to me! Finally, I am leaving Regional Maritime University with flying Colors. Today I have graduated with first-class honor in BSc Marine Engineering, I am grateful to God. If were not for God where could I have been?"
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