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Location: Jersey City, NJ, USA
School: New Jersey City University
Field of Study: Bioterrorism


Hamburg, NJ 07419

Professional Profile:

Highly dependable, motivated, and personable professional seeking a Bioterrorism National Security career opportunity in which I can utilize my skills and experience to add value to an employer. Thrives in a fast-paced environment and maintains excellent work ethics. Enthusiastic personality that excels at keeping a friendly and calm composure with clients, students, and team members even in challenging situations.

Core Skills & Strengths:
➢ Prehospital Trauma & Lifesaving
➢ Focused
➢ Integrity
➢ Scientific Writing
➢ Creative
➢ Teaching & Mentorship
➢ National Security & Bioterrorism
➢ Computer Proficient
➢ Database Management
➢ Force Protection
➢ Leadership & Management
➢ Detail-Oriented

Professional Experience:

United States Census Bureau
Enumerator Aug 2020 – Present
• Goes door-to-door performing interviews
• Conducts census questionnaire
• Gathered, recorded, and encoded survey information
• Contacted individuals by mail, phone, or in person
• Reviewed and proofread gathered data

New Jersey City University
Adjunct Professor Sep 2015 – Dec 2016
• Taught and mentored graduate students in bioterrorism
• Mentored and supervised PhD student in National Security
• Developed and managed syllabus materials
• Coordinated curriculum with academic department chair

United States Army
Army Medic & Occupational Specialist Oct 2011 – May 2013
• Led soldiers, enlisted, and officers
• Established methodologies, guidelines, and practices
• Interpreted policy for compliance and safety in line with combat/ops stress
• Prepared emergency equipment

United States Army/CENTCOM
SME Force Health Protection/Vulnerability Assessor/Medic Sep 2009 – Jun 2011
• Maintained the health of men and women serving in Armed Forces
• Conducted medical studies and tests
• Assessed and prevented health issues and biological threats
• Acted as Combat Medic, treating and managing battlefield trauma
• Anti-Terrorism

Education:​ Additional Experiences:
New Jersey City University
Doctor of Science in Civil Security – Leadership, Management & Policy

Columbia University
Master of Public Health – Health Policy & Management

College of Medicine, University of Lagos
Doctor of Philosophy – Medical Microbiology & Parasitology
➢ Borough of Hamburg Board of Health – Member
➢ Borough of Hamburg Board of Land Use – Member
➢ University of Benin Alumni Association USA – Board of Directors Member
➢ American Military Families Immigration Services, Inc. – Board of Directors Member

Peer-reviewed Published articles
1. Alakpa, GEU. (2020). CoVID-19 Outbreaks, a Wakeup Call for health and National
Security Preparedness; How Prepared is the World for a Bioagent Medical Emergency?
EC Microbiology, 16.6: 26-32
2. Alakpa, GEU. (2020). Does Vaccination/Immunization in the Military Equals a Loss of
Basic Medical Rights to informed Consent? Perception a Retired US Combat Army Medic
Veteran. EC Microbiology, 16.4: 57-64
3. Alakpa, GEU. (2019) The Dual Use of Synthetic/Artificial Microorganisms and Terrorism,
as a National Security Issue. EC Microbiology 15.11:162-164
4. Alakpa, GEU. (2019). Human Migration with Disease Dissemination in Our Current
Global Movement and National Security; My Opinion. EC Microbiology, 15(7):575-581
5. Alakpa GEU. (2017) Can Fundamental Islamic Jihad Terrorism be Defeated: How
Feasible? Austin Emerg Med. 2017; 3(2): 1056.
6. Alakpa, GEU. (2017). The Destruction of America, The Mission of the American
Progressive Left Wing? Effect on Nation and Health Security, Personal Opinion of a
Combat Veteran Migrant. Austin Emerg Med. 3(2):1055
7. Alakpa, GEU. (2016). Country Border, Immigration Control and National Security in this
Era of Terrorism. Austin Emerg Med. 2(8):1042
8. George EU Alakpa and John W, Collins Jr,.(2016) Current Department of Defense
Entry Control Point Search Procedures and the Possible Breach of a Combat ECP WITH
a Bioagent; A Preliminary Report of the Perceptions of Military Personnel. Austin Emerg
Med. 2(4):1022
9. Alakpa, G.E.U. (Perceptions of military personnel: Analysis of the Department of
Defense's counter bioterrorism measures at the tactical level for the enhancement of civil
security, leadership, management, and policy)
by Alakpa, George Edafese U., D.Sc., New Jersey City University, 2015, 188;
Publication #: 3730740, ISBN:------------602 (DSc Dissertation)
10. Alakpa, G.E. and Collins Jr., J.W. (2015). The effectiveness of the department of
defense’s field manual 3-11 in detecting, deterring and degrading the breach in a combat
base by a human-borne with bioagent (HBBA): perception of security personnel. Military
Medical Research, 2.36. DOI. 10.1186/s------------y
11. Alakpa, G.E and Collins Jr., J. W. (2015).The possibility of a human-borne with
bioagent (HBBA) terrorist at foreign FOB ECPs: the perceptions of U.S. military or
security personnel, a preliminary report. Military Medical Research, 2.:34. DOI
12. Alakpa, GEU (2015). Bioterrorism possibility, The Perceptions of Security Officers in
Nigeria and Buea, Cameroon. EC Microbiology, 2.3:337-346
13. Alakpa, GEU. (2015). Possibility of a human with a bioagent breaching a country’s point
of entry: Perceptions of security officers at the Murtala Muhammad International (MMI)
Airport, Lagos, Nigeria- Preliminary Report. EC Microbiology, 1.4: 195-205.
14. Alakpa, G. E.U. (2015). The New Threat to Watch and How is the United States Strategy
Holding? EC Microbiology, 1.4: 166-174.
15. Lakshman V, Bray PG, Verdier-Pinard D, Johnson DT, Horrocks P, Muhle RA, Alakpa
GE, Hughes RH, Ward SA, Krogstad DJ, Sidhu AB, Fidock DA. (2005). A Critical Role for PfCRT K76T in Plasmodium falciparum verapamil-reversible chloroquine resistance.
EMBO J. June 9; p 1-12.
16. Alakpa, GE and Fagbenro-Beyioku AF. (2003). An Emerging Diarrhoeal pathogen:
Cyclospora cayetanesis and HIV seropositive individuals in Lagos, Nigeria. Tropical
Journal of Medical Research, 7(1): 20-25.
17. Lakshmanan VL, Alakpa GE, Muhle RA, Sidhu ABS, Horrocks P, Fidock DA. (2003).
Mutation at position 76 of Pfcrt is key to both Chloroquine resistance and verapamil
reversibility in Plasmodium falciparum. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and
Hygiene, 69(supply): 373-374.
18. Alakpa GE, Clarke SC and Fagbenro-Beyioku AF (2003). Cyclospora cayetanensis
infection: vegetables and water as possible vehicles for its transmission in Lagos, Nigeria.
British Journal of Biomedical Science; 60(2): 113-4.
19. Alakpa GE, Clarke SC and Fagbenro-Beyioku AF. (2003). Cyclospora cayetanensis
infection in Lagos, Nigeria. Clinical Microbiology and Infection; 9(7): 731-3.
20. Alakpa GE and Fagbenro-Beyioku AF. (2002). Cyclospora cayetanensis and Intestinal
Parasitic Profile in stool Samples in Lagos, Nigeria. Acta Protozool; 41: 221-227.
21. Alakpa GE, Fagbenro-Beyioku AF and Clarke SC. (2002). Cyclospora cayetanensis in
stool samples submitted to hospitals in Lagos, Nigeria. International Journal of Infectious
Diseases 2002; 6: 314-317.
22. Alakpa GE. (2001). Drug Resistance and The control of Tuberculosis: A Review. Nig.
Med. Pract; 39(3/4): 44-47.
23. Alakpa GE, Fagbenro-Beyioku AF and Clarke SC (2000). Cyclospora cayetanensis in
watery-diarrhoeal stools in Lagos, Nigeria. Specialist Doctor; 7(71): 5-9.
24. Alakpa GE, Edet EA, Oparuguo G and Utulu P. (2000). Attitude of Medical Practitioners
involved in HIV/AIDS Research/Management towards voluntary HIV Testing in Lagos
State, Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Medical Research, 4(1): 31-37.
25. Alakpa GE and Edet EA (1999). Awareness of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) among
students in Lagos state. Nigerian Journal of Medical Research; 3(1-4): 93-96.
26. Alakpa GE, Fagbenro-Beyioku AF, Edet EA and McNeil R (1999). Preliminary studies
on Cyclospora cayetanensis, an emerging diarrhoeal pathogen: are physicians in Nigeria
aware? Specialist Doctor; 6(61): 9-12.
27. Alakpa GE and Edet EA (1999). Awareness of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) among the
major working groups in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine;
9(1): 58-61.
28. Alakpa GE and Edet EA (1999). Management of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB): Regimen
employed in Lagos, Nigeria. West African Journal of Medicine; 18(2): 119-123.
29. Alakpa GE and Edet EA (1999). Managing pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB), Lagos, Nigeria.
Nigerian Medical Practitioner, 37(3/4): 44-46.
30. Alakpa GE and Edet EA (1999). Anti-TB regimen, Multi-Drug resistance and private
health Institutions in Lagos state. World Health Organization, Lagos; 14(1): 15-18.
31. Alakpa GE and Edet EA (1998). Awareness of pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) among
students in Lagos state. Tropical Journal of Medical Research; 2(2): 73-76.
32. Alakpa GE (1998). Tuberculosis: BCG vaccination, how effective? Tropical Journal of
Medical Research; 2(1): 12-14.

Computer, bioterrorism,