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The New Assistant Editors

We are pleased to welcome four new members to the Annals of African Surgery editorial team as assistant editors; Dr. Nourou Dine Adeniran Bankole from Morocco, Dr. Brian Kariuki from Kenya, Dr. Nathalie Christelle Ghomsi from Côte d'Ivoire and Dr. Dieu Merci Kabulo from DRC.


Dr. Nourou is the Neurosurgery Chief Resident at WFNS Reference Training Center of African Young neurosurgeons in Rabat-Morocco. His interests include Neuroanatomy, Bibliometry search, collaborative research work, Skull base surgery, Neuro-oncology, awake surgery of Low grade glioma, Hybrid management in Neurovascular disease such as Neurosurgery care and neuro-interventional therapeutic, radiosurgery Gammaknife and Neurosciences. He is a member of the Asia Pacific Headache Society and the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Association of Future African Neurosurgeons.

Dr. Brian Kariuki is a human anatomist and research scholar. He has a keen interest in Neurosurgery, translational research and the development of digital health solutions.

Dr. Nathalie Christelle Ghomsi is a Neurosurgery resident at Felix Houphouët Boigny University. She is a founding member of the Association of Future African Neurosurgeons (AFAN). She values the progress of research in medical sciences and global surgery, particularly Neurosurgery in Africa and Gender Equity in surgery. Her interests include neurooncology, neurovascular surgery, and skull base surgery.

Dr. Dieu Merci Kabulo is a neurosurgeon at JASON SENDWE General provincial Hospital in Lubumbashi, DRC and member of Education committee of young CAANS (young Continental Association of African Neurosurgical Societies. he is passionate in teaching and Research. His interests include: pediatric neurosurgery, skull base, neuro-oncology and spine.

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