Dr. Sam Amoo of NIMR (5th from left) in a group photograph with the National Blood Service Commission (NBSC) Team led by Dr. Adaeze Oreh (6th from the left) Head of planning, research and statistics (NBSC) during his visit to the Agency in Abuja to foster research collaboration on Safety and Efficacy of blood used for transfusion and discussion about the digitalization of donor retention system for voluntary blood donors in Nigeria.
The Director-General of NCDC Dr. Ifedayo M. O Adetifa (1st from right) on a familiarization visit to NIMR to strengthen collaborations between the two institutions.
He was received by the DG/CEO, Prof. Babatunde Lawal Salako, the Management team, Senior Researchers and Inventors in NIMR on Thursday, 6th January 2022.
The Nigerian Institute of Medical Research in its proactive nature trained the Senior Management Committee on the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT OF 2011 on Tuesday 2nd November 2021.
The training complies with section 13 of the Act which mandates public institutions to ensure the provision of appropriate training for its officials on the public’s right to access to information or records held by a government or public institutions.
The World Health Organization (WHO) designated the Centre for Human Virology & Genomics (CHVG), Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) as a national HIV drug resistance laboratory to perform HIV drug resistance testing for surveillance activities in Nigeria.
Professor Rosemary Audu, Director of Research /HOD, Microbiology Department, (5th from left) in a group photography with some staff of CHVG and WHO representatives who delivered the letter to NIMR on Friday 10th September.