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[Perspectives] Samson Kinyanjui: pressing for more science in Africa, by Africans

It was during the years 2004 to 2006, while working in the Mill Hill laboratories of the UK National Institute for Medical Research, that Samson Kinyanjui began to think seriously beyond the study of malaria immunology that had brought him from Kenya to London. “We have a lot of African scientists working abroad. I looked at the facilities in Mill Hill and I asked myself why we couldn’t have similar facilities in Africa.” He’d already developed an interest in the need for training and capacity building back in his home country.