Dr. Violet Bumah is a highly recognized research associate Professor and Lecturer at the Department of Chemistry and Bio-Chemistry, San Diego State University.
Dr. Bumah earned her PhD from the University of Calabar in Nigeria.
Following graduation Dr. Bumah was recruited as an Assistant Program Manager at the United Nations World Food Program in Cameroon where she collaborated with the Minister of Agriculture to implement United Nations projects.
From 2002 to 2009, Dr. Bumah served as Coordinator of University seminars and lecturer at the University of Buea, Cameroon West Africa.
Dr. Bumah was awarded the Prestigious Fulbright Senior Research scholarship to the Fienberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University Chicago. Furthermore, Dr. Bumah received the Burroughs Welcome Fellowship as a Senior Scholar where she pursued her research on Host-Pathogen Interactions and the development of potential antigen vaccines again malaria.
From December 2009 to May 2016, Dr. Bumah served as a Principle Investigator at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Dr. Bumah is an expert in the use of blue light and has authored multiple publications on the use of blue light as an antimicrobial treatment and in wound healing. Dr. Bumah has partnered with healthcare professionals and researchers from around the world in the use and treatment of multiple medical conditions using photobiomodulation.
The NAALT 2018 Science Committee is excited to announce that Dr. Violet Bumah is part of our teaching faculty for the August 17, 18 & 19, 2018 Scientific Meeting in Detroit Michigan at the incredible downtown waterfront Detroit Marriott. Dr. Bumah will be available to network and spend time speaking as well as interacting with conference attendees to bring everyone up-to-date on her exciting cutting-edge work. Please make your plans to attend the NAALT 2018 Scientific Conference today.