Name Degree Serge Blaise Emaleu, M.D. Title (current position) Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Section A: Education
Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education and include postdoctoral training.
Institution / Location Degree Year Field of Study
University of Yaoundé, Yaoundé, Cameroon B.S. 1990 Pre-medical studies (graduated 1st in class of 150)
University of Yaoundé, Yaoundé, Cameroon 1990-
1991 Faculty of Science
Grodno State Medical Academy of Byelorussia, Russia 1991-
1992 Pre-medial work
Russian People’s Friendship University, Moscow, Russia M.D. 1992-
1998 Medicine (graduated 2nd in class of 536)
Sklifosovsky Emergency and Intensive Care Teaching School of Medicine, Moscow, Russia 1998-
2001 Residency (graduated 1st in section of 18
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA 2007 Postdoctoral Fellowship Training in Immunological studies of HIV
10/2007-present Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Herzenberg Laboratory, Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Genetics and IDP Immunology, Stanford, CA.
02/2007-06/2007 Care Coordinator, Geriatric Care, Los Gatos, CA.
01/2006-12/2006 Medical Coordinator, Doctors Without Borders (DWB), France, Suisse
University Teaching Hospital, Bouake, Republic of Ivory Coast Doctors Without Borders assumed Bouake Teaching Hospital after it was abandoned by all medical personnel due to political crisis; only operational hospital in northern Côte d'Ivoire.
Coordinated efforts of 25 physicians and 75 nurses to provide medical care to the northern 60 percent of the country that had been dominated by rebel "New Forces" (NF). Performed all types of surgeries, including Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBS/GYN) evaluations and abdominal surgeries for trauma victims daily.
01/2005-02/2006 Medical Coordinator, Kerenek Hospital, West Darfur, Sudan
Kerenek is a private village hospital where I was headquartered while traveling throughout region. Acted as only surgeon in West Darfur, flying under United Nations sanction from hospital to hospital to perform at minimum 3 emergency war surgeries daily on gun shot wounds, amputations tumors, etc. Initiated and managed Kerenek Hospital medical system and improved medical and surgical care for more than 1,000,000 individuals. Spearheaded and coordinated teaching programs on triage principle for continued education for both medical and paramedical students acting in international emergency areas.
04/2003-12/2004 Medical Coordinator, Ngaoundere Provincial Hospital and Deputy Head of Sanitary District of Ngaoundere, Ngaoundere, Cameroon.
Directed implementation of immunization program sponsored by UNICEF and UNDP against poliomyelitis and malaria to prevent disease in 2.5 millions children in Cameroon and central African sub-region.
03/2001-03/2003 Medical Coordinator, Yaoundé Central Hospital, Yaoundé-Cameroon .Deputy Head of Department of Pediatric Surgery . Designed and implemented a course curriculum on management of thoracic injuries. The Epidemiology and management of HIV infections for 275 young medical and biomedical students at the University of Yaoundé.
08/1998-12/2000 Physician, Family Medicine Department,
Russian Presidency Medical Centre, Moscow, Russia
Treated Foreign Diplomats for infectious diseases, such as hepatitis, malaria, and yellow fever.
Honors: 1991, Graduated 1st in class of 150, University of Yaoundé, Yaoundé, Cameroon
1998, Graduated 2nd in class of 536, Russian People’s Friendship University, Moscow, Russia
2001, Graduated 1st in section of 18, Sklifosovsky Emergency and Intensive Care Teaching School of Medicine, Moscow, Russia
2007, Immunology Training Grant Postdoctoral Fellowship, NIH 5 T32 AI07290-23
2007, Dean’s Fellowship, Stanford University School of Medicine
Member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
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