Professor Maowia M. Mukhtar; Participated in Tackling Infection to Benefit Africa (TIBA) annual meeting held in Durban, South Africa during the period 29 -31 May 2018. The meeting reviewed the progress in TIBA projects and discuss ways to strengthen the collaboration between partner and future training (www.tiba-partnership.org) .
Mrs. Azza Elshafie Bashir Babiker participate din TIBA annual meeting in Durban, South Africa and presented her Ph.D. project as a poster and her presentation was well received.
Professor Maowia Mukhtar: Participated in the launching meeting for EXIT _TB consortium held in Arusha, Tanzania during the period 2-5 July 2018. Participants from Tanzania, Ethiopia, Keya and Uganda and Sudan actively participated in the successful meeting to initiate the activities of the project
EACCR/ NID molecular diagnosis course Salah AbdallaBushara (Ph.D.) student participated in the EACCR/ NID molecular diagnosis course held in Moshi during the period 2 -6 July 2018. The course proved excellent training on molecular diagnosis of neglected, emerging and re emerging disease and was coordinated by dr. Jaffu Chilongolafrom KCRI and Dr. Ester Ngadays from NIMR Tanzania
Microbiology and Basic Bioinformatics Workshop Outline Target audience: 25 PhD/Postdoc researchers who are actively working on AMR/Microbiology and require training in basic bioinformatics Bacteria and Parasites When: Week of 15 December 2019 (TBC)Read More and Register
Leishmaniasis is a disease caused by the protozoan parasites of the genus Leishmania. The infection is transmitted between vertebrate hosts by the bite of blood sucking female phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera, Psychodida). It manifests mainly in three clinical forms: visceral, cutaneous, and mucocutaneous.Book A Consultation