Stephen Lawrence Musa Kamara
Ebovac Salone, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Stephen Lawrence Musa Kamara, Community Health Officer
Community Health Officer/Study Clinician, Ebovac Salone, Sierra Leone
My name is Stephen Lawrence Musa Kamara; I was born in 1980 December 25 in Eastern Sierra Leone, in a town called Jojoima, Malema Chiefdom Kailahun District.
I attended Njala University, School of Community Health and Clinical Studies 2007 to 2010. I graduated with Higher Diploma in Community Health and Clinical Sciences (Community Health Officer-CHO).
I have worked as a Community Health Officer/Study Clinician with Ebovac Salone since January 2016 and it has been wonderful so far. Ebola epidemic has destabilized the health care system, Economy, Education and many more including loss of precious life in the three sister Countries of West Africa (Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia). Ebovac Salone project is an ongoing clinical trial in Kambia, Sierra Leone, geared towards determining the safety and immunogenicity of a candidate vaccine (Ad26.ZEBOV and MVA-BN-Filo). I am personally glad to be involved in this clinical trial because I have had the opportunity to be grounded in clinical research and to extend my professional network with colleagues of multicultural background.