• ASBCB 2019. The ISCB and ASBCB are coming together to host the joint Conference on Bioinformatics in Kumasi, Ghana, November 11 - 15, 2019. This constitutes the 6th joint ISCB-ASBCB meeting, and the 7th ASBCB conference on Bioinformatics of African Pathogens, Hosts and Vectors.

  • Join ASBCB Today Are you doing research in Molecular/Computational Biology or Bioinformatics? Then become an ASBCB member today and get access to opportunities.

  • Save the date: November 11th - 13th in Kumasi, Ghana for ISCB-ASBCB 2019! Please see the flier here and tell your colleagues about the conference!


Biigba Bright

Developing passion and positive attitude towards my job is what I thrive on. As a graduate of Agricultural economics and a graduate student of Bioinformatics from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Tech.

KNUST and a professional trained teacher from BAGABAGA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, TAMALE, and having worked both in private and public sectors I have concluded on hard work, passion, and sincerity as the ingredients for successful delivery on any job. Very versatile in nature I take delight in intrinsic learning all the time and this has equipped me with enormous skills in computing, data analysis, Moderation and facilitation, community entry and mobilization, and good working relationships. I have a personal love for research work in natural sciences, innovation, health economics and incessant passion for media works. Where ever however, I work with my vision and mission in mind.

Bright is currently the Communications and Public Relations Officer, ASBCB (African Society for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology) Also a Student and research assistant, Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Kwame Nkrumah Univ. of science and Tech, Kumasi, Ghana Previously worked as CLTS (community led total sanitation) consultant and field supervisor, Global Communities, USAID RING, Tamale NR, GHA

He is a member of ISCB/ASBCB (International Society for Computational biology / African Society for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology) Bright is also a member of H3Africa (Human Health and Hereditary Africa) and a member H3Abionet (human health and hereditary Africa bioinformatics network) He is also a member of WASLITBRE (west African sustainable livelihood innovative training in bioinformatics research) project.


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