University of Douala
Douala | Cameroon
Main Specialties: Medical Microbiology, Molecular Genetic Pathology
Mr Tresor Ngom research focuses on molecular biology and evolution of pathogens causing disease burden (zoonotic pathogens, TB, HIV and coinfections), Molecular epidemiology, Molecular Diagnostics, Genomics (Mycobactomics), Resistance Mechanisms and Health Research& Development (Vaccine and Drug resistance fighting). His strong desire is to understand the spreading, evolution and interactions between viral/bacteria pathogens from humans, animals and the environment with the optimal goal to predict outbreak and preserving human health, animal health and conserving the environment. In another hand, to participate in the improvement of molecular surveillance of resistant pathogens and rapid molecular Diagnostic method.
“Vocation is having one’s passion as a profession,” as Stendhal said.
Primary Affiliation: University of Douala - Douala , Cameroon
Guiaro MN, Molu JP, Ibrahima D, et al. Beneficial effect of HIV-2 on the progression of HIV-1-associated nephropathy among patients under HAART. J Anal Pharm Res. 2018;7(4):437‒444. DOI: 10.15406/japlr.2018.07.00263
Journal of Analytical & Pharmaceutical Research
Blanche EOC, Danielle ME, Justin DD, Agathe MA, Trésor NN (2017) Glycaemic Index and Macronutrients Content of Three Traditional Cameroonian Meals. J Food Nutr Popul Health Vol.1 No.2:20
Journal of Food, Nutrition and Population Health
BMJ Glob Health2017;2(Suppl 2):A1–A67
British Medical Journal of Global Health: