Latest News in Medical Microbiology

The Department of Medical Microbiology is revising the curriculum for MSc. Medical Microbiology to keep abreast with current trends and needs in the field. This process involves consultation with various stakeholders within and outside the university.

The revised currculum is expected to be more responsive to student's needs, the demands of the industry after work and the rigors of research and teaching.

The review process is lead by Dr. Julius Otido, a lecturer in the department of Medical Microbiology.



Location
Seminar Room, Department of Medical Microbiology
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Dr. Marianne Mureithi recently won an Early Career Investigator Initiated Research Award from the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI), her research to characterise biological signatures in early HIV infection to advance HIV vaccine and treatment design.



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Seminar Room, Department of Medical Microbiology
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The STARS project is an initiative of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) that aims to develop effective support mechanisms and professional development training to early career researchers and academics at African universities. It is intended that ACU will be able to offer a robust, high quality series of online training to universities across the developing world. The training content will be published under a creative commons license so that universities can adapt and embed the material within their own professional development offerings.


Location
College of Health Sciences Library-Resource Center
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