Dr. Benjamin Tetteh Mensah is a Deputy Chief Biomedical Scientist at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH). He is a Fellow of the West African Postgraduate College of Medical Laboratory Science (FWAPCMLS). He is also the Acting Chairman of the West African Postgraduate College of Medical Sciences (WAPCMLS) – Ghana Chapter. Dr. Mensah is a Member of the Ghana Association of Biomedical Laboratory Scientists and a Member of the Ghana Society of Haematologists.
He is a member of many committees including the Patient Quality Improvement Committee, of the Department of Family Medicine, KBTH. The Clinical Management Policy Guidelines and Review Committee, under the auspices of the Medical Directorate; also of KBTH. Where he has made several outstanding contributions with remarkable outcomes.
He is a lecturer at the University of Ghana Medical School, the Narh Bita College of Health Sciences, and also at the Accra Technical University. His most recent publications include;
1. Silling S. Mensah B, Bonney J., Pfister H, Wieland U and Fobil J. Prevalence of recently discovered human polyomaviruses (HPyVs) in children with gastroenteritis in Accra, Ghana. 27th Annual meeting of the Society for Virology, 22–25 march 2017 at the Philipps-Universität in Marburg, Germany. Emerging viruses session; P159
2. Akuaku-Dogbe E., Ekem I., Mensah B. Orbital and adnexal lymphomas among adult patients in Ghana. Journal of the West African College of Surgeons (2016) Oct-Dec (4):136-154
3. Mensah B., Asmah R H., Brown C A., Kaba G., Kumoji R., Gyasi R., Wiredu E K., Ankrah-Badu, Ekem I. Prevalence and genotype of Human papillomaviruses in malignant lymphomas at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. 6th Annual Scientific Conference, College of Health Sciences. Book of Abstracts. page 49. September 2012
4. Enweronu-Laryea C., Adjei G., Mensah B., Duah N., Quarshie N., Congenital malaria in high risk newborns referred to a tertiary hospital in Ghana. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases SINF-2012-0407.June 2012.
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