Jonathan Dangana holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and a Master of Public Health. He also holds several professional qualifications. Before taking up a faculty position at Babcock University, Dangana had been research assistant, laboratory technologist, fundraiser for Adventist Development & Relief Agency (ADRA), Project Coordinator for the Apprenticeship scheme of Adamawa State. Jonathan served between October 2015-2016 and July 2016-September 2017 as Vice President and President respectively of the Student Net-work Organization an International Students’ organization of Medical and Allied health profession (SNO), representing students and recent graduates in over 80 countries worldwide. He is research fellow at the Nigeria Institute of Medical Research since 2015; Fellow of the Global Health Education and Training Services (GHETS) USA, 2015, and the African Institute of Public Health Professionals 2016. His research endeavors include, Communicable diseases especially, Zoonotic diseases, Neglected Tropical Diseases (NCDs), HIV/Aids, Health Policy and Leadership, Reproductive and Women’s Health, Scaling awareness of health disparities among deprived communities and vulnerable groups, amongst others.