Photos: Meet Ghanaian Woman Nancy Abu Bonsrah, Johns Hopkins’s First Black Female Neurosurgeon


Johns Hopkins first black female neurosurgeon

March 22, 2017 – Ghanaian Woman Nancy Abu Bonsrah Is The First Black Female Neurosurgeon At Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine

An intelligent Ghanaian woman has made history as the first Black woman to be accepted into Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s Neurosurgical department.

In Johns Hopkins’ 30 years of history, no black woman has attained the rank that Nancy Abu Bonsrah attained after Johns Hopkins gave her an acceptance letter.

Nancy Abu Bonsrah husband

Her husband, Kwabena Yamoah was also accepted into a residency program at John Hopkins School of Medicine.

In a Facebook post, Abu Bonsrah said:

This is the kind of honour education brings.

Congrats to her.