Beverly Egyir (PhD) is a product of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark with a PhD in Molecular Bacteriology and Infection. She is also a Research Associate at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, UK. Her current research work focuses on the dynamics of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria from humans, livestock and the environment.
She is a Research Fellow at Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Legon; with the Bacteriology Department. She is also a guest lecturer at the School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences and the Department of Biochemistry Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Ghana.
She is the founder and President of Women in Biomedicine, Africa, and a strong advocate of women’s empowerment and passionate in getting more African women into biomedical careers to contribute their quota to improve health care.
She co-founded Seers foundation, an Extreme Human Resource Development Non-Governmental Organization, which is committed to grooming humanity for excellence, and raising exceptional doers.
She leads about 40 teachers and more than 600 children in her role as the Superintendent of the Children’s Ministry, Mt. Zion Methodist Society.
She believes in hard work, pro- activeness and integrity; she is married to Mr. David Egyir (An Architect, Designer and Productivity Expert) with two daughters: Daniela and Samuela.
Research, Teaching and Supervision, Publication, Community Works and many are my heartbeat
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