Deputy Vice Chancellor

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Prof Musa Dankyau is a distinguished medical professional, having graduated from the University of Jos, Nigeria, with an MBBS degree in 1994. He holds the prestigious title of Fellow of the West African College of Physicians in the Faculty of Family Medicine, which he obtained in 2000. With a career spanning over 30 years, he has been actively involved in clinical service provision, health management, and medical education.

Prof Dankyau holds the position of Professor of Family Medicine in Bingham University College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences and also serves as an Honorary Chief Consultant Physician at the Bingham University Teaching Hospital. He has held various leadership positions within the university, including Head of Department, Director of Training, Dean Faculty of Clinical Sciences, Deputy Provost, and Provost of the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences.

Prof Dankyau's academic interests are diverse, encompassing Family Medicine, Primary care, Behavioral medicine, healthcare management, medical education, reproductive health, and HIV. He is a prolific author, having published over 45 peer-reviewed articles and presented numerous conference papers. Additionally, he has supervised a significant number of Family Medicine Fellowship Casebooks, Fellowship dissertations, Master dissertations and undergraduate projects.