CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: MASTER’S TRAINING OPPORTUNITY IN DATA SCIENCE FOR HEALTH

The Makerere University Data Science Research Training Program to Strengthen Evidence-Based Health Innovation, Intervention, and Policy (MakDARTA) is a training grant funded by the NIH/Fogarty (Grant Number 1U2RTW012116-01) as part of a broader initiative entitled Harnessing Data Science for Health Discovery and Innovation in Africa (DS-I Africa). The grant is a collaborative effort of multiple Principal Investigators from Makerere University, Uganda and Johns Hopkins University, (JHU) the USA. Read more about CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: MASTER’S TRAINING OPPORTUNITY IN DATA SCIENCE FOR HEALTH

Health Experts meet at MakCHS to discuss Health Professions Education

On the 17th June 2022, health experts met at Makerere University College of Health Sciences (MakCHS) for a half-day symposium, ‘Makerere@100: Advancing Health Professions Education in Uganda’.  The aim of the symposium hosted by Health Professions Education Partnership Initiative (HEPI) in collaboration with The African Center for Global Health and Social Transformation (ACHEST) was ‘to take a look at Health Professions Education (HPE), the past, the present and future in Uganda’. Read more about Health Experts meet at MakCHS to discuss Health Professions Education

Virtual Dissemination Workshop | SMART TIN Study

Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) is pleased to invite you to the virtual dissemination workshop for a project titled "Advancing the development of an innovative interactive system that monitors adherence to long-term medications from prototype one to minimum viable product (MVP) and testing its performance accuracy and usability" slated for Thursday 14th July 2022 from 12.00 - 2.00pm. Read more about Virtual Dissemination Workshop | SMART TIN Study

Download: MakBRC Annual Report 2020-2021

2021 was a year of mixed performance; due to the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown that affected working schedules.

The uncertainty notwithstanding, the company remained resilient even during these turbulent times. Despite the fact that the company was registered in August 2020, we are happy to report that MakBRC played a big role in the national response to Covid 19 and accomplished the following: Read more about Download: MakBRC Annual Report 2020-2021

Mak Biomedical Research Centre Annual Report 2020-2021

The College of Health Sciences has continued to be a leading hub of research and innovation. As Makerere University celebrates 100 years of excellent service, and as we embark on the second year of implementing our 10- year strategic plan 2020-2030, I pledge my continued support to the Makerere University Biomedical Research Centre (MakBRC), which has made significant contributions to our health sector, particularly the innovations in response to the COVID19 Pandemic. These and more are welcome advances, especially as we continue Read more about Mak Biomedical Research Centre Annual Report 2020-2021

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