Welcome to the Research Institute of the Centre of Expertise and Biological Diagnostic of Cameroon (CEDBCAM-RI) website. This website serves to inform you about the CEDBCAM-RI’s vision, mission, values, activities and projects.
It is one of the channels we used to bridge the distance between our researchers, research and research findings, and beneficiaries of the results of our work.
We are all members of CEDBCAM-RI with various positions. We strive to implement science and research that have impacts in order to sustainably contain antimicrobial resistance while preserving antimicrobials for future generations in Cameroon and Africa.
With respect to this, CEDBCAM-RI promotes excellence and enables next-generation research by next-generation researchers. Our dynamic, ambitious and action-oriented teams believe that their work can change the paradigm of billions of people in Africa. CEDBCAM-RI is committed to efficiently raising voice of its team members and addressing antimicrobial resistance at the animal, human and environmental health.
CEDBCAM-RI is built around excellent facilities and is strategically located at the heart of Africa
Antimicrobial awareness week
CEDBCAM representatives were invited to participate and contribute to the Call to Action on AMR conference in 2021 as well as to the African World Antimicrobial...Read more
International Microbiology Day of the Cameroon Society of Microbiology
CEDBCAM researchers were delighted to participate to the 1st International Microbiology Day, under the theme “Antimicrobial Resistance: The Next...Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic: a threat to antimicrobial re-sistance containment
As of 23 April 2021, the of COVID-19 claimed around 150 million confirmed cases with over 3 million deaths worldwide. Yet, an even more serious but silent pandemic...Read more
Methicillin resistant staphylococci isolated in clinical samples: a 3-year retrospective study analysis
Fouloum and colleagues determined the prevalence and described the antimicrobial resistance patterns of circulating methicillin-resistant staphylococci (MRS)...Read more