I am doctor Daniel Kesseng Kiyeck, born on 11th august 1989, in Yaoundé, Country: Cameroon.
Professional background: I obtained my medical degree at ‘Université des Montagnes’ of Bangangté Cameroon in 2015, then my master degree in public health at the Catholic University of Central Africa in 2021. I have been working since 2016 in the pediatric day care unit of the mother and child center of Chantal Biya Foundation as a caregiver responsible for the clinical and psychosocial follow-up of children and teenager living with HIV. I am also national trainer of trainers in the global care of HIV/AIDS. I have the privilege of being a beneficiary of the Universal Capacity Building Project.
Award: CIPHER Growing leaders of tomorrow fellowship Project: UNIVERSAL 2 Trial
- Improving guidelines and policies for the care of children and adolescents with HIV in my country
- Overall, improving care for children and adolescents living with HIV, Reduce the occurrence of resistance to antiretroviral drugs,
Enable children and adolescents living with HIV to develop and have the best possible health,
- Improved my knowledge and skills in HIV clinical research.
Ability to compete more effectively for international research funding opportunities, Build relationships with leading clinical scientists in pediatric HIV.
Area of Interests: Public health, epidemiology, HIV/AIDS, antiretroviral drugs, education, physical and psychosocial development of children and adolescents.