Mr. Nyanor holds a Bachelor of Science (Statistics) and a Masters of Public Health (MPH) in Population and Reproductive Health from Ghana. He has been a Research Associate (Data Analyst) with the Research and Development Unit of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) where he has assisted in both clinical and non-clinical researches in the Hospital. He is a Marker and Assistant facilitator (Data Management) for the Diploma in Project Design and Management Course, a collaboration between KATH, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK.
He has worked as Data Analyst for the Pediatric unit of KATH, Students’ Learning Abroad Programme of Barekuma Collaborative Community Development Project (BCCDP), and Partnership for child nutrition in Africa: Improving food consumption patterns and nutrition: Status of school children aged 6 to 14 years to address NCDs in Ghana, Kenya & Zambia (PCN-Africa) Isaac Nyanor was part of the Agogo team who went to Nairobi, Kenya on a phase III, double blind (observer-blind), randomized, controlled multi-center study to evaluate, in infants and children, the efficacy of the RTS,S/AS01E candidate vaccine against malaria disease caused by P. falciparum infection, across diverse malaria transmission settings in Africa.
He has experience in using statistical software such as STATA, R, Epi Info, Microsoft Access, Epi data and ODK collect for developing database, capturing, managing and analyzing data. Isaac is passionate about the course of improving peoples’ live through a collaborative effort. His research has focus on community development efforts primary involving research capacity building, data quality, health education and promotion, Child and Maternal Health and early detection and management of chronic diseases such as Hypertension and diabetes.