Emmanuel A Kornyo holds a Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’ (3-Year Post Secondary) in Science Education (St. Francis College, Hohoe), a Diploma in Theology (University of Ghana, Legon), an MA in Theology (Washington Theological Union, Washington DC) an MS in Biotechnology(Georgetown University, Washington DC). Emmanuel also studied Philosophy and Sociology at the St. Paul’s Major Seminary and Theology at St. Peter’s Regional Seminary respectfully.
Emmanuel’s most recent research focused on the use of an analytical instrument to quantitate MTT(3-[4, 5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl]-2, 5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide) assays as an alternative to the spectrophotometer especially as applicable to STEM education.
Emmanuel is at the threshold of commencing his studies towards an MS in Bioethics and anticipates graduating in 2014! His interests and area of research oscillates around bioengineering, reproductive biotechnologies, biopharmaceuticals, neuroethics and law. His aim is to research into the ethical, legal, and the health policy underpinnings of these issues through the nexus of Bioethics.
Professionally, Emmanuel has taught many high schools and also worked for Athena Foods limited as an Organic Production Coordinator among others.