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  Meet the team that does the work behind the scene




Raoul Kamadjeu from the Pan African Medical Journal

Raoul Kamadjeu

Managing editor - Kenya

Raoul Kamadjeu is a physician, co-founder of the Pan African Medical Journal. He is driven in all his projects by a simple motto: “Start small, but think big..!” He got his doctorate in Medicine in Cameroon and completed his MPH in Belgium (ULB). He experienced the broad spectrum of public health practice, from the district in Cameroon to international arenas with the the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). He worked with CDC from 2004 to 2006 as Public Health Informatics Fellow and from 2007 to 2014 as medical epidemiologist. His expertise spans across fields as varied as epidemiology, biostatistics, informatics, communication, computer programming and project management. Raoul is a research junky and a keen supporter of the Open Access movement in science. He thinks Africa as a major beneficiary of OA should also become a major contributor. When he is not working (this is rare), he indulges various hobbies like being surrounded by loved ones, music, movies, books and sport.


Landry Tsague from the Pan African Medical Journal

Landry Tsague

Managing Editor - Senegal

Landry is a co-founder of PAMJ. He strongly believes in the potential of Open Access Medical Publishing to accelerate access to knowledge and foster experience sharing among medical and public health professionals in developing countries, while bridging the information gap between developing countries and the rest of the World. PAMJ was created to leverage this potential. Landry is a Medical Doctor and Global Health Expert trained in Cameroon; he holds a Masters Degree in Global Health from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, Atlanta, USA. Landry has been working in the field of HIV&AIDS prevention, care and treatment programs for the past 12 years, both at home (Ministry of Health and National AIDS Control Committee in Cameroon) and internationally in Rwanda, Zambia, and the 24 countries in West and Central Africa Region. His interests include maternal and child health, adolescent health and development, elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, health system strengthening, leadership development, scientific writing, and m-health innovations. Landry has co-authored over 15 manuscripts in the field of HIV, and received awards for his contributions to the global agenda for the elimination of mother-to-child Transmission of HIV (International Aids Society Young Investigator, 2005; New Investigator in Global Health, 2006; Shepard Award for Scientific Merit, 2007; Social Innovation for Public Health Impulse, 2014). He enjoys most the time spent with friends and his family.


Allan Mwesiga from the Pan African Medical Journal

Allan Mwesiga

Editor - Uganda

Allan Mwesiga carries out the editing, formatting and preparation for review of papers submitted to PAMJ alongside his other public affairs assignments. He holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Literature and English from Makerere University, Uganda. Allan has worked as a freelance book reviewer, proof-reader and editor. He has edited and proof-read a range of materials from research documents to textbooks and his reviews have been published by The Independent news magazine and dailies like The New Vision and The Daily Monitor. Allan retains an avid interest in classical, speculative and science fiction.


Sheba Nakacubo Gitta from the Pan African Medical Journal

Sheba Nakacubo Gitta

Managing editor - Uganda

Sheba is an epidemiologist and global health professional with over 10 years work experience in health systems strengthening and health workforce development. She is a Managing Editor of the Pan African Medical Journal (PAMJ), and notably spearheaded the establishment of the Uganda editorial office. She has a Bachelors of Dental Surgery and Masters of Public Health from Makerere University, Uganda. From 2008 - 2015, Sheba worked with the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) – a regional non-profit organization for public health schools in Africa, as Deputy Executive Director and Head of Science. Prior to this, she lectured and coordinated several projects at Makerere University School of Public Health. Sheba is currently a public health consultant and honorary lecturer at Makerere University. She is passionate about scientific writing; has conducted several writing workshops and championed the publication of special supplements in an effort to boost publications from Africa. She is also interested in newborn and maternal health, infectious disease epidemiology as well as non communicable diseases and geriatrics. Sheba loves to spend time with family and friends, read, cook and garden.


Mariette Gaelle Manifo from the Pan African Medical Journal

Mariette Gaelle Manifo

Admin and finance - Cameroon

Mariette Gaelle Manifo is finance assistant and sales representative of PAMJ Cameroon Office. She is responsible for liaising with authors and partners on all financial matters. She owns a Master in Management and Marketing from Sup De Co - Higher Institute of Business (Yaounde). She has done several internships in finance and management in different high profile companies in Cameroon.


Irene Among from the Pan African Medical Journal

Irene Among

Editor - Uganda

Irene Among works with the PAMJ office in Kampala, Uganda, where she formats manuscripts for review and publication, corresponds with authors on issues pertaining to their manuscripts and offers some support to the Science and Public Affairs department at the AFENET Secretariat. She holds a Bachelors degree in Library and Information Science from Makerere University, Uganda. Irene has previously worked with the Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) as a library and registry assistant and also as a records intern at Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC). She is fascinated with history, has a passion for good music, enjoys movies and is a soccer fan.


Esther Butamanya from the Pan African Medical Journal

Esther Butamanya

Editor - Uganda

Esther is Development Studies graduate from Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi in Uganda. She works with the PAMJ office in Kampala, preparing manuscripts for review and publication, corresponds with authors on issues regarding their manuscripts and does other support activities for the Science and Public Affairs Unit at AFENET. She loves all things historical/classic, has keen interests in politics, conspiracy theories and African and Greek history and enjoys good music (if done live, the better).


Emilie Deha from the Pan African Medical Journal

Emilie Deha

Editor - Cameroon

Emilie Deha graduated from the University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon, with a Bachelor degree in Literature(English and French literature). She has previously worked for one of the biggest insurance firm in Cameroon as personal assistant to the managing director. She is the head of PAMJ Cameroon editorial office.


Olivia Tsague from the Pan African Medical Journal

Olivia Tsague

Editorial assistant - Cameroon

Olivia Tsague is one of the editorials assistants of Panafrican Medical Journal.She has a bachelors degree in public health from Higher Institute of Medical Technology, Cameroon. She carries out the editing, formatting and preparation for review of papers submitted to PAMJ. In her free time, Olivia spent time with friends and likes watching new about health in Africa .


Audrey  Kenni from the Pan African Medical Journal

Audrey Kenni

Assistant editor - Cameroon

Audrey Kenni, is a Law graduate of the Douala University in Cameroon, She is now Editor Assistant at PAMJ, where she carries out the pre production materials i.e editing, formatting and preparation for review of papers submitted to PAMJ as well as the post production of those submissions. She first made several interships in journalism in many radios in Cameroon.


Serge Thierry Fokam from the Pan African Medical Journal

Serge Thierry Fokam

Assistant Editor - Cameroon

Serge Thierry graduated from the School of Health Sciences (Catholic University of Central Africa) with a Master’s degree in Public Health, Epidemiology Option. Previously, he also graduated from the University of Yaounde I, with a Master’s degree in Chemistry. He has participated as an investigator in the study EIGHT (INSERM). International conferences and scientific seminars are of great importance to him. He is actually an Assistant Editor at PAMJ. His favorite hobbies are Scrabble game, listen to the (world and reggae) music.


Emmanuelle Njankou from the Pan African Medical Journal

Emmanuelle Njankou

Assistant Editor - Cameroon

Emmanuelle Njankou is one of the editorial staff of the Panafrican Medical Journal. She graduated from the Higher Institute of Medical Technology with a Bachelor degree in public health. She did several nursing internships at various health district hospitals in Douala (Cameroon) and is enthusiastically embracing a career in biomedical publishing with PAMJ Cameroon office.