Welcome to the Centre for Schistosomiasis and Parasitology
About the Centre
The Centre for Schistosomiasis and Parasitology serves as the focus research centre for the epidemiology of schistosomiasis and soil transmitted helminthiasis in Cameroon.
Since its foundation in 1999, the Centre for Schistosomiasis and Parasitology has made great progress in curbing the burdens caused by schistosomiasis and intestinal worms in the endemic regions of Cameroon.
"I am very impressed with this innovative work in initiating such a very important laboratory to improve schistosomiasis research in Cameroon."
- Dr. Kabatereine Nareis, The Ministry of Health, Uganda
"The Centre for Schistosomiasis and Parasitology is a first class facility in Cameroon and under dynamic leadership. I am sure it will go from strength to strength."
- Vaughan Soultgate, The Natural History Museum, London, UK
"Many thanks for the opportunity to visit Cameroon again and to work at such a well equipped lab. The work we've done together will form a good foundation for future collaborations, which i look forward to."
- Les Noble, Aberdeen University, UK
"Visiting this laboratory was one of the highlights of my trip to Cameroon.I am thrilled with the opportunities for collaboration and look forward to establishing relationships."
- Kenneth Boutte, Xavier University of Louisiana, USA
"I am very impressed by the quality of the lab and the good work conducted."
-Dr. Antonio Montreson, WHO,Geneva.
"We are very pleased to find your organisation which is working so courageously to enhance the health of the people of Cameroon and to meet the people on the ground."
-Bob and Sug Hughes, Fireflower, Canada.
"I am very impressed with the set-up of the Centre and the plans for the future."
-Paul Hagan, University of Glasgow, UK.
"After many years investigating the geographical distribution of schistosomiasis and geohelminths in Cameroon from a computer in Oxford, it was excellent to have the opportunity to see the country first hand. In doing so I was hosted by the Centre for Schistosomiasis and Parasitology which i am sure will continue to make an excellent contribution to parasitology in Cameroon."
-Simon Brooker, Oxford University, UK.