Dr ARMAND SYLLVIN ETEME: Biophysics
Dr/PhD at  University of YAOUNDE I, Cameroon

Dr. Armand Sylvin Eteme, born on January 2, 1984, in Menguek I, Cameroon, is a Cameroonian physicist with a focus on biophysics. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics, Biophysics Option, from the University of Yaoundé I, obtained in 2019. Prior to his doctoral studies, he earned a Master’s degree in Physics, Biophysics Option, in 2013, and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Physical Sciences in 2005. Currently residing in Yaoundé, Cameroon, Dr. Eteme is married with five children. His contact information includes a P.O. Box in Yaoundé, a direct telephone number, and email addresses.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓
🎓 Education:
  • Ph.D. in Physics (Biophysics Option): University of Yaoundé I, 2019
  • Master in Physics (Biophysics Option): University of Yaoundé I, 2013
  • License in Physics: University of Yaoundé I, 2005
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Physical Sciences: Okola High School, 2001
👨‍🏫 Professional Experience:
  • Student-Teacher: Higher Teacher Training School of Yaoundé I, 2006-2008
  • Stand-in Teacher: Collège de la Retraite, Yaoundé, Since 2008
  • Professor: Colleges of General Secondary Education, Second Degree, Since 2009
  • Part-Time Teacher: National Advanced School of Engineering of Yaoundé, Since 2020
  • Part-Time Teacher: Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Yaoundé I, Since 2020
🏆 Achievements:
  • Completed Ph.D. in Physics with a focus on Biophysics
  • Actively involved in teaching and research
  • Published notable research papers in prestigious journals 📰🔍
🍇 Research Focus:

This researcher’s focus revolves around exploring intricate patterns and dynamics in neural networks, particularly the Hindmarsh-Rose model. Their work delves into long-range interactions, frequency excitations, and synchronization modes, offering insights into the complex behavior of interconnected neurons. Additionally, they investigate the impact of magnetic stimulation and flow effects on neural activity, shedding light on the interplay between external stimuli and network behavior. Their contributions extend to studying Ca2+ waves in cell networks and cAMP wave patterns during Dictyostelium discoideum cell aggregation. 🧠🔬 Their research reflects a multidimensional exploration of nonlinear phenomena in neural and cellular systems with a magnetic twist.

Publications Top Notes:🌐🔬

 

ARMAND SYLLVIN ETEME | Biophysics | Best Researcher Award

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