Victor was born on Oct 25, 1982 in Agong, Cameroon. He studied at the University of Buea, Cameroon (2002-2006) where he obtained a BSc in mathematics and computer sciences with a cum laude.
He worked as an information technology (IT) instructor at Bilingual Grammar School Buea, Cameroon (2005-2007). In Feb 2007, he moved to Presprint Plc Limbe, Cameroon as a Programmer. At Presprint (2007-2009) he headed the application development team that developed and administered the first database driven web application for the computerization of drivers’ licences as part of a contract between Presprint and Cameroon’s ministry of transport.
In Sept 2009, he relocated to Belgium to pursue a master degree at Universiteit Hasselt. At the Center of Statistics, Universiteit Hasselt (2009-2011), he earned a cum laude MSc in Statistics with specialization in Statistical Bioinformatics. His master thesis titled “Classification and class prediction for different chemical structures using gene expression data” led to the identification of a preliminary gene signature for screening compound toxicity in animal models.
From 2012 to 2017, he produced the PhD dissertation titled "Predicting an optimal function for diagnostic and prognostic analyses with gene expression data" at the Julius Center of Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht. During this period, he also served as a statistical consultant at the Department of Viroscience, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam.
Victor is currently an assistant professor of biostatistics & statistical bioinformatics (data science) at UMC Utrecht.