Thierry Edoh is an associate researcher at the University of Bonn (Germany), a visiting associate lecturer in the Department of Pharmacy at the Institute of Mathematics and Physics (IMSP)--University Abomey-Calavi, (Benin-Africa), a visiting lecturer at IUT Lokossa (Benin-Africa), and an associate researcher at the Technical University of Munich (Germany) in the Department of Applied Software Engineering.
He received his diploma in computer sciences from the Technical University of Munich in Germany and holds a PhD from the German Federal Army University, where he worked for several years on the improvement of rural healthcare provisions and access to healthcare in developing countries using ITC systems. He was an award winner at the 1st International Health Informatics Conference (IHI) in Washington in 2010 and in 2013 at the AFRINIC Conference in Indonesia.
He performed postdoctoral research work at the University of Bonn (Germany) in the Department of Pharmacy. His research interests are mobile computing, pervasive health and health informatics, telehealth, and IoT in medical applications. He is an expert in telemedicine/telehealthcare, health informatics, and bioinformatics. He also works on information systems for drug regulatory affairs.
He has led several telemedicine projects in Africa, Ireland, and Germany, and works with many European, American, African, and Asian universities.
He is an editorial board member for the Internet Technology Letters journal and an advisory board member and speaker for the Internet Of Things Community (IOTC), and an editorial board member for the publisher EnPress.
He also serves as a reviewer for several journals.