Bouramoue Christophe was elected as an AAS Fellow in 1987. As a fellow, Bouramoue Christophe contributes to the development of the Academy’s strategic direction through participation in AAS activities and governance structures. . This gears the Academys vision of transforming african lives through science.
Prof. Christophe Bouramoue was educated in Paris, France where he obtained his Doctorate in Medicine in 1968 and specialized in Cardiology in 1973. He has held many professional and administrative positions, including head of service of Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Brazzaville, Congo, Associate Professor at the University of Marlen Ngouabi in Brazzaville from 1974-80; Professor of Cardiology in 1981; Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, INSSA, from 1975-84; Minister of Health and Social Affairs from 1984-86; Minister for Scientific Research and Environment from 1986-88; and Rector of the University of Marien Ngouabi from 1992-95. His honours include: Laureate from the French Academy of Medicine, 1973; Officier du Merite Gabonais, 1979; Officier du Merite Congolais 1981; Chevalier du Merite Senegalaise, 1982; Commandeur du Merite Congolais, 1985; Commandeur des Palmes Academiques Francaises, 1986 and Grand Officier du Merite Congolais, 1988.