Nghargbu K’tso

Dr. Nghargbu K’tso, a lecturer/researcher, is a 40-year-old Nigerian Medical Geologist who graduated in 2014 with distinction from The Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. His doctoral programme was co-anchored by The University of Silesia in Poland, with Support from The Clinic of Balneology, College of Medicine, Nicholas Copernicus University in Torun, Poland. He is a recipient of many academic awards/grants, and in 2011 became a fellow of the Polish National Commission for UNESCO.

Dr. Nghargbu is widely travelled, and currently has to his credit eighty-three scholarly articles/artistic works. Apart from being the African and Middle East representative on the board of the International Society for Medical Hydrology and Climatology, he also chairs the Nigerian Chapter of The Polish Balneology and Physical Medicine Association.

Dr. Nghargbu is happily married to Rifkatu, lecturer and Health Economist. At the moment, this pioneer medical geoscience researcher seeks a post–doc/job position in any well established research/academic institution in order to advance his quest towards the understanding of both the beneficial and harmful effects of geologic materials and processes around the globe. Dr. Nghargbu has as special skills, deep knowledge of geo-medical resources exploration, and their application in medicine. He also has a strong affinity to fieldwork at regional/multinational scale.

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