Rotimi Ibidun Receives "40 Under 4- Award from American Society for Clinical Pathology
Let's celebrate Rotimi J. Ibidun, a remarkable individual who has made a significant impact during his time at Faith Alive Hospital in Jos. Rotimi started his career there as a medical lab technician, and his impressive work ethic and dedication earned him 15 years of service. He played a vital role in establishing the PCR lab at the Center for Excellence, which was a significant achievement. His exemplary performance and commitment to his work led him to pursue further studies in the United States, where he attended the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and George Washington University, DC. After completing his studies, Rotimi worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital Molecular Lab. His exceptional pathology and laboratory medicine work earned him the "40 Under Forty Award" from the American Society for Clinical Pathology in 2022. This prestigious award recognizes individuals under 40 who have made significant contributions to their field. Soon, Rotimi will join the Werfen team, a lab instrumentation company, this fall. His journey is a testament to a Godly man using his talents and gifts to help those in need, and he is an excellent example of the quality of staff talent at Faith Alive in Jos. He supports Faith Alive’s ongoing projects as a board member of a Baltimore-based 501(c)(3), Hope for West Africa Foundation.