Stevenson Many

Stevenson Many

Institut D’enseignement Chretien Siloe Medical Technology, Haïti

Title: Emerging infectious disease


Stevenson Many was born Port-au-Prince February 17, 1989, from a modest family. From his father, Marcul Many, trader and mechanic, he inherited his love for technology. His mother, Milienna Edme, seamstress, taught him, in addition to the civic and moral values, the sense of responsibility from childhood. His parents despite their limited education are able to convey his strict principles and strict discipline. Many Steevenson did his secondary studies at the Lycee Toussaint Louverture. He began his studies in the University Institut D’enseignement Chretien Siloé 2012-2017 Medical Biology Section


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