CHRISTINE BANDONG

BACTERIOLOGIST

Microbiology Department

After I graduated, I was accepted at Research Institute for Tropical Medicine Microbiology department as part of training committee. Aside from being a training facilitator I was also exposed in doing routine laboratory works and being involved in research activities. Being involved in a research is more than just gaining experience or improving resume. Not only does working in research gives you the opportunity to work with mentor and lab groups that serves as a counselor and friends outside of lab, research also provides the opportunity to develop something that can make a difference in people’s lives.

CAREERRESEARCH PROGRAMONGOING RESEARCHCONTACT
EDUCATION
  PROGRAM/COURSE/SPECIALIZATION UNIVERSITY YEAR COMPLETED ACADEMIC HONOR/S
UNDERGRADUATE BS MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY FEU-NRMF 2016  
Acute Respiratory Infection Meningitis/Polio and other Enteroviruses
RESEARCH TITLE FUNDING AGENCY COLLABORATOR/S EXPECTED DURATION
Bacterial and Fungal Co-infections in Respiratory Specimens of COVID-19 Patients Admitted in a Tertiary Hospital in the Philippines RITM   2021