Throughout the past month, the department has celebrated the successful PhD Vivas of multiple doctoral candidates. This includes:
1. Dr. Isaac Kisaka, whose research topic was Preclinical Care, Clinical Management, and Outcomes of Dog Bite Injuries in High Rabies Burden Districts of Wakiso and Kampala, Uganda.
2. Dr. Moses Masika: His research focus was Emerging and Re-Emerging Arboviral Infections in Two Kenyan Counties.
3. Dr. Isaac Ngere: His research interest was Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERSCOV) in camels and camel-exposed individuals in Northern Kenya.
4. Dr. Joyce Nyiro: Her study topic was Evaluation of Factors Affecting the Potential Efficacy of a Maternal Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccine Program in Kenya.
The Department wishes them well in their forthcoming graduation on December 16 and in their future endeavors.
You can view more photos of the celebration of the above defenses here