The results of this collaboration may lay the groundwork for changing approaches to drug approval in Ghana and in other regions of the world.
Remarking on this collaboration, Dr. Appiah-Opong said: “The collaboration between the Institute and UW Bothell fostered by our partner, BVGH/WIPO Research, has been a great experience so far. The commitment and enthusiasm of each contributor, including students, towards this important biomedical research is remarkable. I am confident that the effort will culminate in more effective therapies not only for Ghanaians or Africans, but also various populations.”
The Institute therefore congratulates Dr. Regina Appiah-Opong for this remarkable achievement.