Community-based research on HIV using critical skills in genomics, bioinformatics & data science to analyse behavioural & biologic interventions for the prevention & treatment of HIV & opportunistic infections.
A Laboratory Scientist at BRTI with over 15 years of working experience in various capacities ranging from molecular diagnostics, serology, microbiology, Quality Systems Management etc.
She has obtained a Master Degree in chemical pathology from the University of Zimbabwe and joined the Infectious Diseases Research Laboratory (IDRL), Department of Medicine, College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe as a Senior Clinical Research Scientist
A first-year doctoral student in HIV Virology at the University of Zimbabwe, College of Health (UZ-CHS) supervised by Dr Justen Manasa.
Her dissertation title is “Investigating pan-resistant HIV-1 among highly treatment experienced patients in Zimbabwe”.
Bachelor of Social Sciences Special honours in Monitoring and Evaluation (HSME, LSU). He is a Clinical Scientist with 12 years experience spanning between private and public diagnostic sectors. Laboratory Scientist at BRTI with over 15 years of working experience in various capacities ranging from molecular diagnostics, serology, microbiology, Quality Systems Management.
A senior lecturer of clinical biochemistry and genetics at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. Her research area is pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine genomics.
Holds an MSc in Clinical Pharmacology and has with further studied in clinical epidemiology. Currently a member of faculty at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Department of Pharmacy in the Clinical Pharmacy division. A DPhil candidate in the UZ Hematology Unit. She developed an interest in HIV-related lymphoma during her clinical work. This group of patients appeared to have poorer lymphoma treatment outcomes and had limited treatment options.
Is biostatistician by training from the University of Zimbabwe currently supporting observational and longitudinal musculoskeletal studies at Biomedical Research and Training Institute (BRTI). He is involved in developing statistical plans and performing the subsequent analyses for various HIV based projects at BRTI.
Advanced Training in Community based HIV Research
Training in HIV, TB & Opportunistic Infections Genomics
The program is meant for Advanced Training in HIV, TB and Opportunistic Infections Genomics. This is achieved by Building the capacity for the conduct of advanced HIV research through a short-course program in research skills
Making an Impact Across the Country
The Biomedical Research and Training Institute (BRTI), a not-for-profit making research and training institution dedicated to building health research capacity in Zimbabwe and the SADC region is inviting applications for a Post-doc fellowship sponsored by the Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA
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