Dr. Emmanuel Anteyi is the Clinical/Medical Director of Kibow Biotech Inc responsible for planning, monitoring, coordinating, and project management of all clinical trials sponsored by or in collaboration with Kibow. Dr. Anteyi is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board and a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the clinical development program, regulatory, and pharmacovigilance of Kibow Biotech pipeline products. Dr. Anteyi has been an Internal Medicine Physician and Nephrologist for over 29 years with vast experience in clinical research, clinical Medical practice, coordinated training/teaching of undergraduate and graduate programs. Dr. Anteyi has over a decade of academic, administrative, and professional experience as an Adjunct Professor, Institutional Chair, and Director of Graduate Medical Education for West African College of Physicians and Royal College of Physicians of London (UK) for Board certification in Internal Medicine /Nephrology. Dr. Anteyi was a Principal Investigator of the Pilot study on Probiotic dietary supplementation for promoting healthy kidney function in patients with CKD 3-4 sponsored by Kibow Biotech.
Dr. Anteyi earned his MD in Nigeria and board-certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology by the West African College of Physicians. Subsequently awarded the prestigious Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians of London in the UK. Dr. Anteyi later obtained the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in International Healthcare Management from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Frankfurt, Germany. Dr. Anteyi earned another Master of Science (MSHS) in Clinical Research Administration from George Washington University, Washington DC in 2020. Dr. Anteyi is a member of the International Society of Nephrology (ISN), American Society of Nephrology (ASN), International Society of Renal Nutrition and Metabolism (ISRNM), and Renal Physicians Association. Dr. Anteyi has over 26 published articles in biomedical journals and has presented papers, given talks at various scientific meetings, and volunteered in many community health promotion programs.