PHD Public Defense | Antimicrobial Self-medication in Post-conflict northern Uganda: Implications on chloroquine and artemisinin resistance in the community

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 09:00
PHD Public Defense | Antimicrobial Self-medication in Post-conflict northern Uganda: Implications on chloroquine and artemisinin resistance in the community

Defense Date: 20th April 2016 (Wednesday)
Time: 9:00-12:00PM

Mr. Moses Ocan (MSc. Pharmacology)

PhD Thesis Topic: Antimicrobial Self-medication in Post-conflict northern Uganda: Implications on chloroquine and artemisinin resistance in the community

Opponent
1. Prof. Odoi Adome Richard (Ph.D)
Department of Pharmacy
School of Health Sciences
College of Health Sciences
Makerere University

Examination panel
1. Prof. Moses Joloba (Ph.D)
Dean School of Biomedical Sciences
College of Health Sciences

2. Nsobya Sam (Ph.D)
Senior Lecturer Department of Pathology
School of Biomedical Sciences
College of Health Science

3. Prof. Charles Obadiah Nimma Wambebe (Ph.D)
Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
School of Biomedical Sciences
College of Health Sciences

External examiner
1. Stephen Elias Damson Nsimba (Ph.D)
Senior Lecturer University of Dodoma, Tanzania
Clinical Pharmacologist, Certified Substances of Abuse, Care, Treatment, Prevention & Public Health Expert

Internal Examiners
1. Prof. Moses Joloba (Ph.D)
Dean School of Biomedical Sciences
College of Health Sciences

2. Sarah Nanzigu (Ph.D)
Lecturer Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
School of Biomedical Sciences
College of Health Sciences

Supervisors
1. Prof. Celestino Obua (Ph.D)
VC Mbarara University of Science and Technology

2. Prof. Jasper Ogwal-Okeng (Ph.D)
VC Lira University

3. Freddie Bwanga (Ph.D)
Lecturer Department of Medical Microbiology
School of Biomedical Sciences
College of Health Sciences
Makerere University