Dr Njoku is a Cancer Research (UK) Clinical Research Fellow and a Wellcome Trust Manchester Translational Informatics Scholar. He is also an academic Clinical Oncology Specialist Registrar at the University of Leeds, having recently completed a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Academic Clinical Fellowship in Oncology. He has expertise in applied epidemiology and translational cancer medicine with a focus on screening, prevention and early detection of cancers. He has particular interest in biomarker discovery using high throughput technologies( proteomics and metabolomics) in conjunction with advanced computational analyses and machine learning techniques.
Dr Njoku completed his post-graduate medical training in internal medicine in the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery, attaining membership (by examination) of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom (MRCP). He subsequently commenced specialist training in Clinical Oncology with the Royal College of Radiologists. He has a Masters in Public Health and Health Services Research from Newcastle University, funded by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commision and a Post Graduate Certificate in Health Research from the University of Leeds, funded by the NIHR. He is currently completing a Doctorate in Cancer Sciences at the University of Manchester on a CRUK funded Clinical Research Fellowship.
Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP-UK)
Postgraduate Certificate, Health Research, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Master of Public Health and Health Services Research, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Jos