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Dr Justina Mettle -Nunoo

Research Assistant

Faculty of Health, Education and Social Care
School of Medicine
Areas of Expertise:
Public health , Vision and eye research

Justina’s interests are in reducing the impact of vision loss and improving eye health inequality. She is a medical doctor and holds an MPH in Public Health.

Email: [email protected]


Justina obtained her MBChB from the University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana. After pursuing clinical practice for two years in Ghana, she decided to pursue a Masters in Public Health at the University of Sheffield. Justina works as a Research Assistant (reducing the impact of vision loss and improving eye health inequality) at ARU’s Vision and Eye Research Institute (VERI).

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Akan

Research interests

  • Improving eye health inequality
  • Reducing the impact of vision loss
  • Strengthening community partnerships for Eye Health

Memberships, editorial boards

  • General Medical Council (GMC)

Recent presentations and conferences

  • 37th World Ophthalmology Conference (2020)- Poster presentation on a study titled ‘ Quantitative research on the Awareness and Attitudes on Corneal Donation among patients and relatives attending eye clinic at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital Ghana’.