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I hold a Ph.D. degree in Tropical Forest Ecology from the University of Stirling Scotland, UK. I am a full professor of Forest Ecology and Management, Faculty of Science, University of Buea, Cameroon and currently the Head of Division for Computerization and E-Learning at same institution. Over 20 years of cumulative and progressively responsible record of leading, teaching, researching and/or participating in policy development and implementation on ecological/environmental issues affecting the sustainable development and relations among forest communities.
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Serving as resource person or technical authority; proven ability using research finding to address specific policy questions; track record to plan, organize, direct and coordinate forest/plant research in accordance with the stipulated objectives, rules and guidelines. Solid skills in researching, grant writing and management with both national and international donors.
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Serving as resource person or technical authority; proven ability using research finding to address specific policy questions; track record to plan, organize, direct and coordinate forest/plant research in accordance with the stipulated objectives, rules and guidelines.
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What My Reviewers Say
Professor George Bindeh Chuyong is a seasoned committed researcher, professional, consultant and professor of Forest Ecology and Management with several peer reviewed publications and over 25 years of experience in the subject with contributions in nearly all major vegetation types ranging from mangroves, rainforests and savanna woodlands including plantations. He has contibuted enormously in shaping the conservation landscape in Cameroon and beyond. His local, national capacity building efforts had contibuted in producing many PhDs nationally and internationally for which Iam happy to be one (university of Freiburg Germany) I wish him longlife, God’s guidiance and fruitful endevours to continuously serving humanity.
Biometrician and Mangrove & Wetlands Management Expert. National Coordinator , Cameroon Conservation Society (CWCS) and Cameroon Mangrove Network (CMN).
I know Prof. George B. Chuyong as a renowned tropical plant ecologist, though his students’ testimonies are equally flattering. I’ve had the privilege of working with him for the past 25 years within the framework of a long-term monitoring plot in Korup NP, Cameroon. In the recent years his consultancy work has made him to expand his research to nearly all the ecosystems in central Africa, making him one of best environmental consultants in Central Africa. He is a renowned quantitative ecologist, as he has published over 70 papers, in high impact journals that are highly cited, giving him a high h-index of 30. Academically, he has supervised countless number of master and PhD students. He is focused and determined when work is concerned and that’s why our collaboration will always go further.
Staff Scientist and ForestGEO Africa Program Coordinator Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Washington DC
I have known Dr. George Chuyong for over 35 years as a former classmate and friend. In this present age where trust is in short supply, Dr. Chuyong has proven to be very dependable and trustworthy. One of the qualities I admire in him is his quest for knowledge and continuous growth academically. He has a knack for building a consensus with teams and relates well with others. Its no surprise he has friends on six different continents.
D.M.D. PC, CEO of Augusta Endodontic Center and Assistant Clinical Professor Dental College Of Georgia.
CEO, Radah Education Texas, USA
Since his successful PhD studies under my supervision at Stirling University in UK, George Chuyong has gone on to a noteworthy career in tropical forest ecology. He has established himself as university teacher, researcher, international team member and applied forestry consultant. These achievements demonstrate his scientific problem solving abilities, his concerns for forest ecosystem conservation, and his wide management skills.
Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern, CH.