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Lassa fever is a viral haemorrhagic fever causing between 100,000 to 300,000 cases and an estimated 5,000 deaths a year in West Africa.
In October 2022 researchers from the MRC Biostatistics Unit travelled to Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to teach a short course on Bayesian Statistics, including a one-day workshop where Ethiopian PhD…
Associate Professor Arthur Kwizera is a medical doctor who has specialised in anaesthesiology and intensive care.
Written by William Tayeebwa, Ph. D. Upon completion of my PhD in Canada in autumn 2012, I flew back to Uganda and landed in a severely understaffed Department.
Transitioning to an unfamiliar medium of instruction: pedagogical strategies used by Rwandan primary school teachers to enable learning
Written by Professor Eugene Ndabaga, University of Rwanda – College of Education On the 6th of July 2022, I was invited to present the outcome of our research at the Cambridge-Africa…
Anye-Nkwenti Nyamnjoh, a Cambridge-Africa Scholar, has recently completed his PhD. Here, he shares his thoughts Memories I have fond memories of my time in Cambridge.