Provost FCMLST Jos, Dr Sunday N. Etukudoh attains Professorship

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Dr. Sunday N. Etukudoh, Provost and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal College of Medical Laboratory Science and Technology Jos, has added another feather to his cap as he ascends to the prestigious rank of a professor.

A luminary in the field of Medical Microbiology, Dr. Etukudoh has dedicated his career to advancing healthcare through both administrative leadership and groundbreaking research.

Prior to his current role at the Federal College, Obong (Dr.) Sunday N. Etukudoh served as the Registrar/CEO of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN), contributing significantly to the regulation and development of medical laboratory science profession in the country.

A true trailblazer, Obong (Dr.) Sunday N. Etukudoh is not only recognized for his academic prowess but also for his philanthropic endeavors. His commitment to the betterment of the healthcare sector has earned him accolades both nationally and internationally.

Obong (Dr.) Sunday N. Etukudoh holds the distinction of being a fellow of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, showcasing his commitment to professional excellence.

Additionally, he is recognized as a fellow of the West African Postgraduate College of Medical Laboratory Science, further highlighting his expertise and standing in the field.

The elevation of Dr. Etukudoh to the rank of Professor in Medical Microbiology is not only a personal achievement but a testament to his unwavering dedication to advancing medical science and education.

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The Federal College of Medical Laboratory Science and Technology Jos celebrates this momentous occasion, acknowledging Dr. Etukudoh’s invaluable contributions to the field and anticipating continued excellence under his leadership.

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