America honours Prof. Peter Nwangwu with the 3rd award in 30 days
"Prof. Peter Uchenna Nwangwu, a Nigerian-American professional living in the United States, has been named "Business Man of the Year 2005", by the Business Advisory Council of the United States, Washington, D.C. Prof. Nwangwu is one of twelve men in the United States selected for this distinguished honor. In March 2006, Nwangwu will receive the prestigious trophy in Washington, D.C at a presentation ceremony honoring him and the other recipients selected across the nation. Their names will be published in a full-page add in the Wall Street Journal announcing the recipients of the coveted award.
This award of "Business Man of the Year 2005" announced by the Business Advisory Council on December 15, 2005, is the third distinguished honor conferred on Prof. Nwangwu within 30 days in the United States. During the first week of December 2005, U.S. Congressman Tom Reynolds (R-NY),"... more
Prof. Peter Nwangwu named Man of the Year 2005 by the American Biographical Institute.
"The Governing Board of Editors of the American Biographical Institute is pleased to announce the prestigious title of Man of the Year 2005 on Prof. Peter U. Nwangwu, Pharm.D., Ph.D. of Midland, Texas. This award is presented to a select number of individuals annually from across the globe that exhibit extraordinary achievement and determination based on American ideals of entrepreneurship and success along with community involvement. Prof. Peter Uchenna Nwangwu was chosen based on his outstanding accomplishments, character, integrity, and the noble example he has set for his peers and entire community.
Professor Peter Nwangwu, originally from Ogidi in Anambra State of Nigeria, is a highly educated Nigerian-American, with two earned doctorate degrees, and has lived in the United States for 34 years. In a recent book, The Nigerian-Americans, by Professor Ogbaa, published in the United States by Greenwood Press, Prof Nwangwu, along with Hakeem Olajuwon and Philip Emeagwali, were among the top 12 Nigerians who ..." more.
" The contributions of Nigerian born geniuses, such as that of Prof. Peter Uchenna Nwangwu, would continue to elude Nigeria. Prof. Nwangwu is widely regarded as one of the top ten most educated pharmacists/pharmacologists in the world. Nwangwu invented a screening methodology for anti-arrhythmic drugs. The invention, which can identify drugs that can cure an irregular heartbeat, was created in 1976 as Nwangwu was studying for his dissertation. In 1981, Nwangwu also invented a methodology for identifying the myocardial infection, also known as a heart attack. Both methodologies are being used across the world. Nwangwu has also invented seven drugs used for correcting irregular heartbeats.
Prof Nwangwu is the first scientist in the world to document and publish the first in vivo Murine ventricular tachycardia in a single surface electrocardiogram lead. Scientists all over the world, including scientists at Harvard Medical School, quote Prof Nwangwu in their research publications in this area of medical research..." more.
Professor Peter Nwangwu Awarded The 2005 Ronald Reagan Republican Gold Medal
"...Prof. Nwangwu who lives in Midland, Texas, is from Ogidi, Anambra State of Nigeria. Announcing the award of this coveted honor to Prof. Nwangwu in December, 2005, U.S. Congressman Tom Reynolds (R-NY), Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, stated, "Prof. Nwangwu has long supported Republican ideals, like debt reduction and tax reform as they relate to the growth and stability of small business in this country..." more