Biographie de François-Xavier Mbopi-Kéou
Dr François-Xavier Mbopi-Kéou has been working over the past 15 years on HIV infection in Africa and its public health implications. In collaboration with colleagues in Europe, the US, and Africa, he has made several contributions in books and published more than fifty papers in international scientific journals which have led to the implementation of policies aimed at curbing the spread of AIDS in Africa. Formerly Senior Fellow at the University of London and Visiting Scientist in French, British and American Universities, he was the first winner of the GlaxoSmithkline Elion Research Award 2000 for his contribution on the understanding of in vivo interactions between genital herpes and HFV infection. An Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Micro-biology and Visiting Scholar/Consultant in several International Institutions, Dr Mbopi-Kéou is currently member of the Microbiology and infectious Diseases Department at the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Yaoundé I (Cameroon), and Head of the National Public Health Laboratory "Hygiene Mobile " of Cameroon.