Tokpa Darwolo Jamah, Jr
Tokpa holds a first degree in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Liberia.
He is passionate about plying a career in the sciences.
Tokpa did his graduate studies at the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences in Cameroon and later at the University of Stellenbosch, where he obtained a Master of Science Degree in Mathematical Sciences and Mathematical Biology, respectively. His research areas of interest are: Mathematical modeling– using mathematical models to understand the dynamic of infectious disease within multi-host populations and costing the interventions of a disease outbreak through its cost benefit and cost effectiveness analysis.
Currently, he is servicing as a Data Consultant at the University of Massachusetts Graduate School of Biomedical Research and an adjunct faculty at the Hawkeye Community College in Waterloo, Iowa, USA, where he teaches mathematics.