He is the recipient of the 2016 German Association Biomedical Scientists (DVTA), global award for “Continue Education”, which comes with a prize reward of €1,200.
The award is reserved for individual laboratory scientists, working to promote professional laboratory practice and education in their respective countries.
Mr. Gyampomah was nominated by International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Sciences (IFBLS) and he would be presented with his prize at the opening of the 32nd annual IFBLS world congress to be held on August 31, in Kobe, Japan.
He is the first Ghanaian to receive the prestigious award since the GABMLS joined the international federation in 1972.
Speaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Kumasi, Mr Gyampomah said it was an international recognition of the high professional standards of laboratory practice and education in Ghana.
He said it was a challenge to continue to exhibit high professional standards in laboratory care to support quality health care delivery in the country.