SACIDS-Africa Centre of Excellence for Infectious Diseases in humans and animals in southern and eastern Africa (SACIDS-ACE) is pleased to announce the names of selected Postdoctoral, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Research MSc (MRes) Fellows. These 23 fellows were selected out of 140 applications that were submitted to Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) and Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). The selection process was conducted by a SACIDS-ACE Panel of assessors drawn from the SACIDS Smart Partnership in Africa and UK.
These fellows are young, bright African scientists with an ambition for research excellence leadership in infectious diseases who will undertake research that will contribute to health, food, livelihoods and environment securities at African community, national, regional and continental levels and thereby to the global health and food security agendas who will receive their scholarship from the government of Tanzania through the World Bank Africa Centre of Excellence in Eastern and Southern Africa project (ACE II).
On behalf of the Government of Tanzania and the World Bank, SACIDS-ACE congratulates the candidates who have been awarded this fellowships scholarship and conveys best wishes for their bright future.
List of successful candidates;
|S/N||Category||Name||Gender||Nationality||Reg. Univ.||Research Theme|
|1||Postdoc||Bugwesa Katale||M||Tanzanian||MUHAS||Bacterial Zoonoses and Antimicrobial Resistance|
|2||Postdoc||Francis Wamonje||M||Kenyan||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|3||PhD||Harriet Chinyangi||F||Zambian||SUA||Bacterial Zoonoses and Antimicrobial Resistance|
|4||PhD||Janeth George||F||Tanzanian||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|5||PhD||Zuhura Kimera||F||Tanzanian||MUHAS||Bacterial Zoonoses and Antimicrobial Resistance|
|6||PhD||Irene Mremi||F||Tanzanian||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|7||PhD||Sulani Nyimbili||M||Zambian||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|8||PhD||Rogers Azabo||M||Ugandan||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|9||PhD||Galeboe Modise||F||Motswana||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|10||PhD||Joseph Malakalinga||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|11||PhD||Kennedy Mbanzulu||M||Congolese||SUA||Emerging and Vector Borne Diseases|
|12||PhD||Sima Rugarabamu||F||Tanzanian||SUA||Emerging and Vector Borne Diseases|
|13||PhD||Gaspary Mwanyika||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Emerging and Vector Borne Diseases|
|14||PhD||Edward S. Mayila||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|15||PhD||LaToya Seoke||F||Motswana||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|16||PhD||Clara Yona||F||Tanzanian||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|17||PhD||Edson Kinimi||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|18||PhD||Mkama Mashinagu||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|19||MPhil||Robert Matee||M||Tanzanian||MUHAS||Bacterial Zoonoses and Antimicrobial Resistance|
|20||MPhil||Humphrey Banda||M||Zambian||SUA||Bacterial Zoonoses and Antimicrobial Resistance|
|21||MPhil||James Hayola||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|22||MPhil||Ntuli Mwakilembe||F||Tanzanian||SUA||Community Level One Health Security|
|23||MPhil||Emmanuel Josephat||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Emerging and Vector Borne Diseases|
|24||MPhil||Clementina Kivumbi||F||Tanzanian||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
|25||MPhil||Kinuma Ndaki||M||Tanzanian||SUA||Viral diseases of animals that threaten food security and livelihood|
The selected candidates MUST attend the SACIDS-ACE induction workshop on 18th-20th October 2017 and they should confirm their availability for this fellowship by e-mail to SACIDS secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to email@example.com.
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