Research and Grant Institute of Ghana (ReGIG)

Prioritizing and elevating research and innovation as strategic conduits for socioeconomic growth and forefronts of academic and scientific advancement in Ghana and beyond.


Research and Grant Institute of Ghana (ReGIG)

Prioritizing and elevating research and innovation as strategic conduits for socioeconomic growth and forefronts of academic and scientific advancement in Ghana and beyond.


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Our Vision

To become a world-class institute dedicated to promoting research and innovation in Ghana and beyond.



Our Mission

To prioritize and elevate research and innovation as strategic conduits for socioeconomic growth and forefronts of academic and scientific advancement in Ghana and beyond.


Upcoming Events

Our Vision

To become a world-class institute dedicated to promoting research and innovation in Ghana and beyond.



Our Mission

To prioritize and elevate research and innovation as strategic conduits for socioeconomic growth and forefronts of academic and scientific advancement in Ghana and beyond.


2nd National 3-Minutes Thesis Competition
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2nd National 3-Minutes Thesis Competition

The Research and Grant Institute of Ghana (REGIG) successfully organized the 2nd National 3-Minutes Thesis Competition as part of the...
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National Research and Innovation Award
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National Research and Innovation Award

The National Research and Innovation Award was instituted as the part of the Research and Innovation Lecture series to recognize...
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National Research and Innovation Lecture Series
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National Research and Innovation Lecture Series

The maiden edition of the National Research and Innovation Lecture Series instituted by REGIG was held at the West Africa...
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  • Samuel Adjorlolo holds a Ph.D. in Applied Social Sciences (with a concentration in Forensic Psychology and Criminology) from City University of Hong Kong. Prior to this, he graduated from the University of Ghana where he received Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Nursing and Psychology, and Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in Clinical Neuropsychology, respectively.
  • Egbenya Daniel Lawer is a product of the University of Ghana, Legon, and Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, where he completed master’s program in Neuroscience. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience at the University of Oslo.
  • Kwaku Oppong Asante is an experienced researcher and a lecturer at the Department of Psychology, University of Ghana. He has a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa and a Master’s degree in Human Development from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.