Gombe State University Gombe, Nigeria; Federal Teaching Hospital Gombe, Nigeria; Papillomavirus Society of Gombe Nigeria (PSGN)
Mohammed Manga is a clinical microbiologist with MBBS degree from university of Maiduguri, Nigeria and postgraduate fellowship of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria (NPMCN) and the West African College of Physicians (WACP). He is currently a Professor and Provost of the college of Medical Sciences, Gombe State University Gombe, Nigeria and honorary consultant to the affiliated Federal Teaching Hospital. Manga teaches Medical Microbiology and Immunology to both undergraduate and postgraduate medical and allied health sciences students. His research interests are centred on multidisciplinary approach to Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for better patient safety especially in low resource settings. He is particularly interested in viral sexually transmitted infections with emphasis on Human Papillomavirus (HPV).
Together with his other colleagues he spearheaded the formation and currently leads the Papillomavirus Society of Gombe Nigeria (PSGN). Mohammed Manga is one of the IPVS ambassadors for Nigeria. He is passionate about improving clinical education/practice in laboratory medicine in his country Nigeria. His dream to weave public health and clinical education for improved awareness of the general public particularly religious and other community leaders.