Medico Profiles

Two Marine Scientists On Healthy Seaweed Mission In Tanzania

Business trip to Zanzibar opens new opportunity for seaweed farming venture Calls being made to protect the endangered seaweeds from bugs Scientists eye rewarding business from...

Tanzania: Best Female Scientist Following The Foot-Steps of Iconic Mentor Maria Kamm

Dr Stella Mpagama, a physician scientist at the Kibong'oto Infectious Diseases Hospital in Kilimanjaro Region, has bagged the Dr. Maria Kamm Best Female Scientist...

Meet The Winner Of Dr Mwelecele Malecela Memorial Award

Dr Anange Fred Lwilla, an epidemiologist at the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) has won the Dr Mwelecele Malecela Memorial Award named after...

One of world’s respected researchers on NTDs dies at 58

The scientific community in Tanzania and the rest of the world is mourning the death of Dr Mwele Ntuli Malecela who was serving as...

Tanzanian medic honoured by UK government for promoting science

A Tanzanian medical researcher and innovator, Dr. Lwidiko Edward Mhamilawa, has been recognized by the United Kingdom government for work he has done in...

S.Sudanese doctor groomed in Tanzania awarded for scholarly work in UK

Dr Chour de Garang Alier, a South Sudanese national who was groomed at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) has been named...

Dr Malecela wins a prize in control of Neglected Tropical Diseases

  Dr Mwele Malecela, Director in the Office of the Regional Director WHO/AFRO, has been awarded the 2017 Kyelem Prize alongside Professor David Molyneux from...

Tanzanian heart specialist wins USD15, 000 for his scholarly work:African Award

Dr Pedro Pallangyo, a specialist in heart diseases and Head of research and training at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute (JKCI) has won the...

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