Professional of the Year - Medical Research

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Emmanuel J. Ajala

Title: Biomedical Researcher/Principal Investigator
Industry: Research
Type of Organization: Medical Research Facility
Major Product/Service: Providing pathophysiological investigation of HIV infection, Ebola viruses, and breast cancer; Medical research towards finding a cure for diabetes
Expertise: With over 20 years experience, Mr. Ajala is responsible for the pathophysiological investigation of HIV infection, breast cancer, and COVID related illnesses. He is actively involved in silencing the COVID-19 pathway through a set of glycoproteins derived from the immune system's dual mitochondrial and endosomal compartments.
Geographic Area of Distribution: International
Affiliations: A.A.A.S.; A.C.S.
University/Degree: B.Sc., Chemistry, Fisk University; M.Sc., Chemistry, Polytechnic University, Brooklyn; Candidate, Ph.D.
Hobbies/Sports: Playing soccer, badminton, volleyball
Work History: Previously, Mr. Ajala served as a chemistry lab instructor with Tennessee State University. He was a teaching assistant with Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, and a surgical technician at St. Anthony's Hospital, in Amarillo, Texas.
Published Works: Articles pending
Career Accomplishments: Mr. Ajala was instrumental in the deletion of the Ebola virus glycoprotein pathway critical to its glycosylation that triggered cell circle arrest.