Furaha Asani is a researcher, mental health advocate, and teacher born and raised in Nigeria to a Congolese father and an Armenian-Ukrainian mother. She obtained her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Johannesburg and her PhD in Infection and Immunity from the University of Sheffield. She’s also a writer who has written for several online platforms about issues in higher education, healthcare, and science in pop culture. Furaha is passionate about taking steps towards an equitable higher education system and amplifying the voices of Black students and staff in Higher Education.
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