Victor Anomah Ngu
Victor Anomah Ngu (1926–2011) was a Cameroonian professor, researcher and one time Minister of Public Health. The Professor became famous after inventing VANHIVAX (see Lachenal 2017), a vaccine he affirmed is an immunological solution in the treatment of HIV/AIDS.
Victor Anomah ngu
|Died||2011 (aged 84–85)|
After passing his Secondary school days at the prestigious St. Joseph's College, Sasse, Buea Cameroon]; he moved to the University of Ibadan (1948–1950), St Mary’s Hospital Medical School and the University of London (1951–1954).
Professor of Surgery, University of Ibadan (1965–1971); Professor of Surgery, Université de Yaoundé (1971–1974); Vice Chancellor, Université de Yaoundé (1974–1982); President of the Association of African Universities (1981–1982); Minister of Public Health, Government of Cameroon (1984–1988); Director of the Cancer Research Laboratory, Université de Yaoundé (1984 - ); Founder - Hope Clinic Cameroon (1991)
- 1965–1971 Professor at the University of Ibadan
- 1971–1974 Professor at the University of Yaoundé
- 1974 - 1982 Vice Chancellor of the University of Yaoundé
- 1981–1982 President of the Association of African Universities
- 1984–1988 Minister of Public Health, Cameroon
- 1984 Director of the Cancer Research Laboratory, University of Yaoundé
- 1991 Founded Hope Clinic Cameroon
The professor emeritus received a number of awards and distinctions
• Albert Lasker Medical Research Award in Clinical Cancer Chemotherapy
• Dr. Samuel Lawrence Adesuyi Award and Medal by the West African Health Community
2017 The Cultural Politics of an African AIDS Vaccine The Vanhivax Controversy in Cameroon, 2001–2011. In Cultures Without Culturalism. K. Chemla and E.F. Keller, eds. Pp. 69-98. Durham: Duke University Press.