“Yesterday is a learning history, and tomorrow is and would be the best of me.” - Dr. Gabriel Dikong
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Dr. Gabriel Dikong

Founder & Chairman, CMFIT GLOBAL GROUP

Dr. Gabriel Dikong is a God-Elohim believer, US Air Force veteran, Doctor’s degree holder, Master’s, and Higher diploma in Medicine, business owner, philanthropist, athlete (soccer, runner, lifter), and a spiritual scientist. He has a strong respect for family values. He is a United States citizen, but originally came from Cameroon, and has gained his learning from the US. Dr. Dikong was once homeless, but he was able to continue his higher education and obtained a Master of Science (with quality and merit) in Environmental Health major in Biostatistics and minor in Epidemiology from the Department of Environmental at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He then obtain his graduate certificate in Biomedical Informatics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Finally, he obtained his Doctorate of Public Health (Merit) at Walden University College of Health Science and Nursing where he is a member of the Student Veteran Association, Alumni, National Society of Leadership and Success.

In the course of his study at the University of Cincinnati, he received an academic honor award from the Ohio State Congress for his perseverance and exceptional willingness to work hard to achieve superior results, along with a graduation award recognition by the Ohio State Senate. His focus of study stood in human exposures to environmental and genome-related nanoparticles. He served in the United States Air Force honorably, where he received the Commander Coin of Excellence during his Iraqi tour and the US Congressional Order of Merit for his service in the military. He also received a letter of recognition from Ohio State Representative Jessica Miranda for entrepreneurship.

From Detour To Destiny

The True Story of
Dr. Gabriel Dikong
  • Health Sciences: DrPH, CPH in Public Health
  • Medicine:MSc in Environmental Health:Biostatistics
  • Medicine: PBc in Biomedical Informatics
  • Allied Health: License Professional Medical Interpreter (LPMI) (French<=>English)
  • U.S. Air Force: Diploma Of Completion in EMET (honor graduate); two(2) years journeyman level

Expeditionary Force Iraqi Veteran

  • Volunteered at the Army Medical Center for Returned Wounded Soldiers at Balad JAB
  • U.S. Congressional Order of Merits 2007-2008
  • 2008 Presidential Commission nominee by the NR Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Cole
  • Commander’s Coin Of Excellence
  • Air Force Top 10% Fitness Award
  • Air Force Basic Training top 3 Fitness Award
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Iraqi Campaign Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Training Ribbon
  • AF BDU Sharp Tack Award

His work’s vision and mission are to make an impact on people’s lives positively around the world peacefully and progressively. Hence, he volunteered in the Cameroonian community development in Cincinnati as the Finance Deputy of the Cameroonian Association of Cincinnati (CAMCA) and a member of the Public Relations of the Cameroonian Family of Cincinnati (CFC) in 2010-2011. As for his love for soccer, he volunteered as the Assistant Chief Administrator of the African Soccer Association of Greater Cincinnati for soccer community development in the United States of America. He is also involved with the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and several community development projects, a remembrance of his participation as a youth, in the UNESCO programs in Africa during his senior high school and college freshman.

Academic and Professional Career Trends:

NB: Information given is subject to update under the strict vigilance of the privacy law.

  • Walden University: Health Science-Public Health, DrPH 2012-2016 from Capella University/Transferred at Walden University (2016-2019) Graduated 11/2019
    Certified Public Health: CPH, 06/2017
    Certified CITI Researcher, 07/2019
    Certified Incident Command System Specialist: FEMA/ USDHS
  • University of Cincinnati: Biomedical Informatics
    BMIN- PBc /Graduated Dec/2016
  • University of Cincinnati: Environmental Health- Biostatistics and Epidemiology,
    MSc 2007-2012/ Graduated 06/2011; PhD scholar Biostatistics and Epidemiology.
    UC Health Alliance: Licensed Professional Medical Interpreter (LPMI), June 2010
    Biomedical Engineering previous program
    Biochemistry Science previous program<
  • Community College of the Air Force: Civil Engineer-EMET, Diploma of Completion 2004-2007/ Graduation 01/2006
  • Cincinnati State Technical & Com College: Biomedical Equipment and Information System Technology program, 2003-2004
    Registered State Tested Nurse Aid 2003
  • University of Douala: Economy and Management translated World Education Services, 2000- 2002
  • Akwa High school of Cameroon: High School Diploma in Mathematics and Natural Science, 1993-2000
  • Certify CPR/First Aid: American Red Cross
  • Certify Medical Administration (Delegated Nurse): Department of Developmental Disabilities


  • 2018:

    • NSLS at Walden University Induction
  • 2013-2015:

    • CU President’s Lists
  • 2013:

    • Donor of the Year recognition from the Help Handicapped Veteran.
  • 2012:

    • Graduation award letter from the University of Cincinnati by Ohio State Representative (Rep. Connie Pillich)
  • 2012-2013:

    • Marathon’s award toward the fight against cancer by the United States Cancer Society
  • 2011:

    • Graduation award letter from the University of Cincinnati by Ohio State Senate (Sen. William J. Seitz) Best Support Award Certificate from the Cameroonian Association of Cincinnati Organization Board
  • 2010:

    • Military Service recognition: President University of Cincinnati Disabled American Veterans Service Recognition
  • 2009:

    • Dean’s List University of Cincinnati recognition award by Ohio State Congress (Rep. Denise Driehaus)
  • 2008:

    • US Congressional Order of Merit: United States Air Force service
    • UC Dean’s List
  • 2007:

    • US Congressional Order of Merit: United States Air Force service
  • 2006:

    • Commander Coin of Excellence: Balad Air Base. United State Air Force Iraqi Tour
    • Medal of Top Ten Fitness Performance: Canon Air Force Base Fitness Training
  • 2005:

    • Sharp Airman of the Year: 27 Fighter Wing Cannon Air Force Base
    • Honor Graduate: Air Force Academic training school
    • Medal of Top Three Fitness Performance: United States Air Force Fitness Training
  • 2004:

    • Dean’s List Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.


  • 2012:

    • May: Research Retreat Symposium, Cincinnati Diabetes and Obesity Center
    • April: Engaging Communities in Research Partnerships Symposium, Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training
  • 2011:

    • June: Clinical Research Training Program: JMP Genomics Workshop, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
    • May: Graduate school conference on ethicality in research. University of Cincinnati


  • 2006:

    • Volunteer in the Army Medical Corps as part of the intervention team for wounded soldiers during deployment in Iraq
  • 2007-2011:

    • Volunteer as the finance deputy with the Cameroonian Association of Cincinnati (CAMCA), and also as a member of the Public Relation with the Cameroonian Family of Cincinnati (CFC) for Cameroon Community development (2010-2011)
    • Volunteer as the Assistant Chief Administrator of the African Soccer Association of Greater Cincinnati (ASAGC) for Soccer Development
    • Volunteer Student Community Organizer
  • 2011:

    • Volunteer with the Disabled American Veterans for the transformation of the Clovernook Elementary School old building into a community center
    • Volunteer as president and vice president candidate of Graduate Student Governance Association: University of Cincinnati


  • A Geographic Study of Lung and Bronchus Cancer Rates in Kentucky, DrPH Capstone Dissertation Thesis of November 2019 via ProQuest
  • Study of Analytes Level in Communities Exposed to Environmental Toxin: A Sub-Section of a Broad Study on Breast Cancer, Master of Science Thesis Research Subject of June 2011 via University of Cincinnati Library


  • Gabriel Dikong, Study of the Treatment of Toenail Onychomycosis, Health Services Research, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


  • American Statistical Association
  • National Environmental Health Association
  • American Public Health Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • American Medical Informatics Association
  • Biomedical Informatics Students Association
  • International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
  • National Society of Leadership and Success (Walden U Chapter)
  • Student Veterans Association (Walden U Social Media Committee)
nonprofit institution award