A brilliant Nigerian Doctor, Chidiebere Akusobi has graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree in Medicine and has also become a Doctor of Medicine (MD) after 14 straight years of studying in the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Chiediere’s journey to becoming an exceptional clinical certified medical practitioner started when he enrolled for a Bachelor’s Degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University, Connecticut, United States.
After four years of studying, Chidiebere proceeded to the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom to obtain his Master of Philosophy Degree in Biochemistry. Immediately after, he moved back to the United States to commence his PhD study at the prestigious Harvard University Medical School, Massecheuts, United States.
He studied at Harvard University Medical for 8 years between 2014 to 2022 and finally graduated with both PhD in Medicine and also Doctor of Medicine (MD).
The difference between a PhD in Medicine and MD is that the MD program focuses on the application of medicine to diagnose and treat patients while the PhD program focuses on focuses on research to expand knowledge in any chosen field.
Celebrating his feat on his Linkedin page, Chidiebere says he is feeling incredibly grateful for his progress and have recorded a lot of big wins throughout his journey.
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Chidiebere expressed his delight at his achievement and thanked his family, friends, and amazing communities for their efforts and support throughout his studies.
“Right now, I’m feeling blessed and incredibly grateful for the process and my progress. Thank you to my family, dear friends, and wonderful communities who have supported me over the years. We did it!,” he said.
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