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CURRICULUM VITAE ET STUDIORUM


  1. Civil Status

Name: BOPDA MTOPI

Surname: Orélien Sylvain

Date and place of birth: March 26, 1973 at Bandjoun (Cameroon)

Region of origin: West

Department of origin: Koung-khi

Domiciled at: Buea

Marital status: Married

Nationality: Cameroonian

Current job: Lecturer & Researcher in Physiology, University of Buea, Cameroon.

Address: * E-mail: boresyl@yahoo.fr

* Phone : +237 67507 2174 


  1. Academic Record

    1. University :




Year

Degree

University

Grade

2002-2008

Preparation and defence of a Doctorat/PhD in Animal Physiology

University of Yaounde I

Tres honorable

2000-2001

DEA (Master’s Degree) in Animal Biology

University of Yaounde I

A. Bien

1999-2000

Maitrise in Animal Biology

University of Yaounde I

A. Bien

1992-1997

Licence in Animal Biology

University of Yaounde I

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    1. Other relevant qualifications




      1. Employment record




    • Lecturer of Physiology, University of Buea, Cameroon: April 2010- Present.

    • Three-year Part Time Lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences at the High Teachers Training College and the Department of Animal Biology and Physiology, University of Yaounde I (2007-2010).

    • Two-year Monitor worker for practicals and tutorials (2002-2004), Department of Animal Biology and Physiology, University of Yaounde I.

    • Probable date of retirement: March 2038

    • Courses taught:

Human Physiology 1, Human Physiology 2, Applied Zoology, Research Methods in physiology, Invertebrate Zoology, Vertebrate Zoology, Comparative Vertebrate Physiology, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and Embryology, Environmental Physiology of Mammals, Insect Physiology and Biochemistry, Physiology and Biochemistry of Parasites, Systemic Physiology of Mammals, General Pharmacology.


      1. Research activity




    • Publications

  1. Bopda, O.S.M., Vincent, V.S., Salah M.A., Tantchou, J.C.T., Tonga, C. (2016). Can Right Heart Parameters of Runners Participating in High Altitude Race be Influenced by Training Altitude or Have Any Impact on Their Performances? British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 13(4): 1-9




  1. Irene Sumbele, Orelien Sylvain Bopda Mtopi, Helen Kuokuo Kimbi, Teh Rene Ning, Theresa Nkuo-Akenji (2015). Influence of Plasmodium gametocyte carriage on the prevalence of fever, splenomegaly and cardiovascular parameters in children less than 15 years in the Mount Cameroon area: cross sectional study BMC Infectious Diseases 11: 1290-1294




  1. Sumbele, N.U.I., Bopda, O.S.M., Kimbi K.H., Teh, R.N., Nkuo-Akenji, T. (2015). Nutritional status of children in a malaria meso endemic area: cross sectional study on prevalence, intensity, predictors, influence on malaria parasitaemia and anaemia severity. BMC Public Health 15:1099-1108




  1. Bopda, O.S.M, Salah, M.A., Verla, V.S., Tonga, C., Tantchou, J.C.T. (2015). Ultrasound Examination of Cardiovascular Profiles of Runners Participating in High Altitude Race and their Possible Influence on Performance: A Randomized Cross-sectional Study. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 11(5): 1-11




  1. Macias Nwana Dinga Dohbobga, Helen Kuokuo Kimbi, Orelien Sylvain Mtopi Bopda, Pascale Mibo’o, Elvis Ngede Nkwelle, Stephane Noumi, Magdalein Binue Menang (2015). Influence of Nutritional Status on the Physical Aptitudes and Cardiovascular Profiles of School Children in Rural and Urban Areas of North Cameroon. British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research 10(5): 1-11




  1. Irene UN Sumbele, Teh R Ning, Orelien SM Bopda, Theresa Nkuo-Akenji. (2014). Variation in malariometric and red cell indices in children in the Mount Cameroon area following enhanced malaria control measures: evidence from a repeated cross-sectional study. Malaria Journal 2014, 13:334  doi:10.1186/1475-2875-13-334




  1. Nembo, E.N., Dimo, T., Bopda, O.S.M., Hescheler, J., Nguemo, F. (2014). The proliferative and chronotropic effects of Brillantaisia nitens Lindau (Acanthaceae) extracts on pluripotent stem cells and their cardiomyocytes derivatives. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 156, 73–81

  2. Bopda, O.S.M., Longo, F., Bella, T. N., Edzah P. M. O., Taïwe, G. S, Bilanda D. C., Tom, E. N. L., Kamtchouing, Pierre, Dimo T. (2014). Antihypertensive activities of the aqueous extract of Kalanchoe pinnata (Crassulaceae) in high salt-loaded rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 153, 400–407.

  3. Orelien Sylvain Mtopi Bopda, Theophile Dimo, Ives Seukep Tonkep, Louis Zapfack, Desire Zeufiet Djomeni and Pierre Kamtchouing (2011). Cardiodepression as a possible mechanism of the hypotensive effects of the methylene chloride/methanol leaf extract of Brillantaisia nitens Lindau (Acanthaceae) in rats. African Journal of Biotechnology, 10(72), 16393-16401.

  4. Ngo Lemba Tom, E., Demougeot, C., Bopda Mtopi, O.S., Dimo, T. Dzeufiet Djomeni, P.D., Bilanda, D.C., Girard, C., Berthelot, A. (2011). The aqueous extract of Terminalia superba (Combretaceae) prevents glucose-induced hypertension in rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 133, 828–833.

  5. Bopda Mtopi, O. S. (2008). « Effets des extraits de Brillantaisia nitens Lindau (Acanthaceae) sur le système cardiovasculaire de rat». PhD thesis, University of Yaounde I, Yaounde, Cameroon. 187p.

  6. Bopda Mtopi, O.S., Dimo, T., Nguelefack, T.B., Dzeufiet Djomeni, D., Rakotonirina, S. V., Kamtchouing, P. (2007). Effects of Brillantaisia nitens lindau (Acanthaceae) methylene chloride/methanol leaf extract on Rat arterial blood pressure and Heart rate. Pharmacologyonline, 1, 495-510.

  7. Dimo, T., Bopda Mtopi, O. S., Nguelefack, T. B., Kamtchouing, P., Zapfack, L., Asongalem, E. A., Dongo, E. (2007). Vasorelexant effects of Brillantaisia nitens Lindau (Acanthaceae) extracts on isolated rat vascular smooth muscle. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 111, 104-109.

  8. Bopda Mtopi O. S., Dimo T., Kamtchouing P., Zapfack L., Dongo E., Asongalem E.A., Rakotonirina S.V., Nguelefack T.B. (2004). Effets des extraits de Brillantaisia nitens Lindau (Acanthacees) sur la contraction de l'aorte de rat induite par le KCI ou la Noradrénaline. Pharmacopée et Médecine Traditionnelle Africaine, 13, 29-34




    • Supervision of students

  1. Supervision of M.Sc. thesis: “Malaria and Soil Transmitted Helminth co-infection: impact on some haematological and cardiovascular parameters of individuals in the Muyuka Health District” defended by Chuo Chanceline in May 2016 (at University of Buea, Department of Zoology and Animal Physiology)

  2. Supervision of a “CAPEPS II” These: “Influence du statut nutritionnel sur la pression arterielle, le pouls et les performances physiques des enfants camerounais scolarises en zone urbaine. » defended by Essome Kollo Gerard in August 2015 (at INJS Yaounde).

  3. Supervision of a “CAPEPS II” These: “statut nutritionnel et aptitude physique des enfants camerounais scolarises ages de 6 a 10 ans vivants dans la region du Sud Ouest” defended by Boza Kengne Lenine in August 2015 (at INJS Yaounde).

  4. Supervision of a “CAPEPS II” These: “modes de vie et facteurs de risque des maladies cardiovasculaires des adolescents scolarises de la ville de Garoua” defended by Ze Ze Jacques Constantin in August 2015 (at INJS Yaounde).

  5. Supervision of M.Sc. thesis: “An evaluation of gestational hypertension, pre-eclampsia and eclampsia status in malaria infected pregnant women in fako division” defended by Ngehah Lisette Kong in Nov. 2014 (at University of Buea, Department of Zoology and Animal Physiology)

  6. Co-supervision of MSc thesis: “Influence of nutritional status, malaria and soil-transmitted heminths on the physical aptitudes and cardiovascular profiles of pupils in rural and urban areas of Buea” defended by Bila Raymond Bess in Nov. 2014 (at University of Buea, Department of Zoology and Animal Physiology)

  7. Co-supervision of M.Sc. thesis: “evaluating the impact of insecticide treated net (ITN) use on malariometric and related cardiovascular indices in children in muea, in the mount cameroon region” defended by Teh Rene Ning in Dec. 2013 (at University of Buea, Department of Zoology and Animal Physiology)

  8. Supervision of a DIPES II thesis: “Effets préventifs de l’extrait aqueux de Kalanchoe pinnata (Crassulaceae) sur l’hypertension arterielle saline chez le rat” by Edzah Ohandja Protais in June 2011 (at Ecole Normale de Yaounde, University of Yaounde I)

  9. Supervision of a DIPES II thesis: “Etude de la toxicite sub-aigue de l’extrait aqueux de Bidens pilosa (Asteraceae) chez le rat” by Boade Fideliste in June 2011 (at Ecole Normale de Yaounde, University of Yaounde I)




    • Participation to Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/Short courses




  1. Hands-on training on HPLC Technology. August 17-September 15, 2015, at the Biotechnology Unit, University of Buea.

  2. CSTS/SETAC-Africa/NEF Joint Toxicology Conference on the theme “How save is the food we eat and water we drink?”, 26th-29th May 2015, at Djeuga Hotel, Yaounde, Cameroon.

  3. Workshop on “Introduction to bioinformatics using the e-Biokit platform”, 27th – 31st Oct. 2014, in the Faculty of Science, University of Buea

  4. University of Buea Science Expo 2014 on the theme “Networking and the Emergence of specialized Teaching and Research Units”, 11th April 2014, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  5. Meeting for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation, in the subcommission of Teaching Staff, 3,7-12 July 2013, at the University of Buea, Cameroon

  6. Cameroonian National Ethics Committee workshop on Research Ethics involving Human beings, 9 February 2012, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  7. CSTS/SETAC-Africa/NEF Joint Toxicology short courses on the theme “searching for African Solutions to Human and Environmental Toxicological Challenge”, 31st May-3rd June 2011, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  8. CSTS/SETAC-Africa/NEF Joint Toxicology Conference on the theme “searching for African Solutions to Human and Environmental Toxicological Challenge”, 31st May-3rd June 2011, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  9. PAPESAC/MINESUP Seminar on Competence-Based Approach in the BMP System, 8 July 2010, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  10. Workshop on Time Management in the BMP System, 5th May 2010, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  11. Training for online publication of articles, 4-8 August 2009, at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

  12. Post-doctoral Training inside the laboratories of Pharmaceutical Botanic and pharmacology, the University of Medecine and Pharmacy ``Iliu Hatieganu`` Cluj-Napoca (Romania), from 13 March to 13 September 2009.

  13. 10th annual Congress for medical students and young doctors in Romania, 14-17 May 2009, at the University of Medecine and Pharmacy ``Iliu Hatieganu`` Cluj-Napoca (Romania).

  14. 8th annual Congress for pharmacy students in Romania, 8-11 April 2009, at the University of Medecine and Pharmacy ``Iliu Hatieganu`` Cluj-Napoca (Romania).

  15. 5th Cameroonian Society of Cardiology Congress, 15-17 February 2006 at the Yaoundé HILTON Hotel (Cameroon).

  16. 11th annual Conference of Biosciences, 16-18 December 2004 at the University of Dschang (Cameroon), with a communication.

  17. 13th CAMES-MINESUP Colloque, 06-09 December 2004 at the Yaoundé Congress Hall (Cameroon), with a communication.




    • Outreach




  1. Contribution to the organisation of the CSTS/SETAC-Africa/NEF Joint Toxicology Conference on the theme “How save is the food we eat and water we drink?”, 26th-29th May 2015, at Djeuga Hotel, Yaounde, Cameroon.

  2. Contribution to the organisation of the Workshop on “Introduction to bioinformatics using the e-Biokit platform”, 27th – 31st Oct. 2014, in the Faculty of Science, University of Buea

  3. Contribution to the organisation of the University of Buea Science Expo 2014 on the theme “Networking and the Emergence of specialized Teaching and Research Units”, 11th April 2014, at the University of Buea, Cameroon.

  4. Participation to the meeting for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation, in the subcommission of Teaching Staff, 3,7-12 July 2013, at the University of Buea, Cameroon




    1. Languages 





Spoken

Understood

Written

French

Very well

Very well

Very well

English

Very well

Very well

Very well




    1. Names and Addresses of Three Academic Referees




      1. Pierre KAMTCHOUING, Professor

Laboratory of Physiology, Faculty of Science, University of Yaounde I , PO Box 812 Yaounde (Cameroon)

Tel : +237 69993 1195

E-mail: Pikam55@yahoo.fr

      1. Théophile DIMO, Associate Professor

Laboratory of Physiology, Faculty of Science, University of Yaounde I, PO Box 812 Yaounde (Cameroon)

Tel: +237 67765 7442

E-mail: dimo59@yahoo.com

      1. Asongalem Emmanuel Acha,

Director of Administrative Affairs, University of Buea

Associate Professor

Laboratory of Physiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Buea, PO Box 63 Buea (Cameroon)

Tel: +237 67554 5718

E-mail: cpehw@yaho.com


    1. Other informations

  1. Computer knowledge: softwares Word, Publisher and Excel, Internet browsing and online publication of articles.

  2. Contribution to the development of the programme of Zoology and Animal Physiology, especially courses, course objectives and course contents in Animal Physiology.

  3. Former part time Teacher of Biology and Geology in a secondary school

  4. Licensed to drive vehicles of type B.



Buea, 25th June 2016
BOPDA MTOPI ORELIEN SYLVAIN



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