Dr. Anderson Mon is a Lecturer at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He has a PhD in Biomedical Engineering/Medical Physics from Sheffield University, the UK in 2005. Before his return to Ghana in 2013, Prof. Mon worked for the University of Newcastle, UK and the University of California, the USA in several capacities.
Dr. Mon has over thirty peer-reviewed journal publications and over twenty conference papers/abstracts. His research interests areas include clinical or pre-clinical human studies with structural MRI, MR spectroscopy, blood perfusion, diffusion tensor imaging, prediction of brain tissue growth in the developing brain or in adults during recovery from a chronic insult, prediction of brain tissue degeneration in dementia, studies of the trajectory of white matter myelination in children and prediction of child growth (height, weight and body mass index).
His other interest areas include biomedical systems design and instrumentation, rehabilitation engineering, equipment management, MRI pulse sequence design and development, MRI image reconstruction, MRI geometric distortion correction and MRI signal processing.
Mrs Mary Boampomaa Wilson is a Lecturer at the Biomedical Engineering Technology, and the acting Industrial Liaison Officer of the Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences. Mrs Wilson holds an MSc in Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Control and a BSc in Biochemistry from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, West Africa. Prior to joining this department in 2015, Mrs Wilson was a full-time lecturer at the All Nations University College. She has been teaching since 2012 and her research interests focus on Medicinal plant and toxicology, stability study on artesunate based combination for malaria treatment.
Mr. Kenneth Opare-Asare is a Lecturer at the Department of Biomedical Engineering Technology. He holds an MPhil in Medical Physics. He is a Biomedical Engineer by profession. Mr. Opare-Asare has worked as a Principal Technologist/ Biomedical Engineer at the Centre for Plant Medicine Research in Mampong-Akuapim for over seventeen (17) years. His research interest focuses on medical imaging.
Mr. Garba Issah is a part-time Laboratory Technician at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He holds MTech in Electrical /Electronic Engineering and a Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from Cape Coast University and All Nations University respectively.
Mr Issah has worked for more than seventeen (17) years at the Centre for Plant Medicine Research in Mampong-Akuapim as Chief Technologist/ Engineer. His research interest focuses on biomedical instrumentation.