Mrs. Georgina Amankwah (nee Badu-Gyan) has a BSc. Degree in Applied Statistics from University for Development Studies Ghana, and MSc in Population-Based Field Epidemiology from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Georgina has been with the Centre for the past 9 years and has interest in maternal and child health research.

She currently is a Senior Research Officer who has successfully coordinated and participated in studies at the Centre. As part of her research experience, Georgina had worked as a data manager on a number of projects which includes the Conditional Cash Transfer Program in Shai-Osudoku and Ningo Prampram districts, Ghana’s Ensure Mothers and Babies Regular Access to care (EMBRACE) baseline study and Strengthening Quality of Malaria Care and Surveillance in Ghanaian communities (COREMAL) study. Currently she is the project coordinator for the Antibiotic Access and Use Study (ABACUS) in the Centre.