our team

We have a team of consultants whose opinion guides the direction of spparenet activities

Professor Victoria Pazos (Cuba) Medical Microbiologist
Professor David Coleman (Ireland-Dublin), Microbiologist
Professor James Sengedo (Uganda), Social Scientist
Professor Wilson Byarugaba (Uganda), Human Geneticist
Professor M.I. Agba, (Nigeria), Medical Microbiologist
Professor Dan Kayongo (South Africa), Microbiologist
Prof F.I. Esumeh (Nigeria), Molecular Microbiologist

Associate Professor Derek Sullivan (Ireland-Dublin), Microbiologist
Associate Professor Sadiq Yusuf (Uganda), 
Associate Professor Tatfeng YM (Nigeria), Medical Immunologist
Dr Narcis B, Kabaterine (Uganda), Parasitologist
Dr Maina M.N.E. (Kenya), Molecular Biologist
Dr Celestine Barigye (Uganda), Desk Officer, International Health Ministry of Health Uganda
Dr Mercy Guech (USA), Molecular Epidemiologist
Dr Jesca Nakavuma (Uganda). Microbiologist (Vet)
Dr Giovano Raso (Switzaland), Epidemiologist  
Dr Freddy Titanwa (USA), Molecular Immunologist 
Dr Wuyep Punchang (Uganda), Molecular Biologist

Dr Ekanem Peter (Uganda), Neuro-Anatomist and Project Management Consultant
Dr Ihongbe J.C. (Nigeria) Medical Microbiologist
Dr Aaron Kasule, (Uganda) Public Health consultant
Dr Kasujja Asuman, (Uganda) Clinical Epidemiologist and Bio-statistician
Dr Ana Njunda (Cameroon), Medical Parasitologist

Dr Tirwomwe Francis (Uganda), Retired Dental Surgeon
Dr Inyang NJ. (Nigeria), Medical Microbiologist and Parasitologist
Mr Kalu Uche (Nigeria), Chartered Accountant Project Management Consultant
Mr Sam Nyakundi (Kenya), Project Management Consultant
Mr Maniga Josephat (Uganda), Biotechnologist
Mr Isaac Gulemye (Uganda), Medical Laboratory Scientist
Mr Kamukama Justus (Uganda) Clinical officer
Mr Mugambe Rogers (Uganda), Chief financial officer
Others are yet to be added

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Disease diagnosis

Early phenotypic detection of infection long before the disease becomes overt

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 Molecular Laboratory investigations

Molecular detection of disease agents allows for better and indepth understanding of disease trend 

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Health promotion and education

This allows for effective prevention and intervention

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Vaccine development

Prevention of disease with vaccines developed locally will allow for a better and infection free society

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Research

This allows for a a more difficult questions to be answered about health issues

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Disease intervention

Effective intervention is the outcome of a good basic and clinical research

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Capacity building

Raisingn the critical mass of skilled staph will allow for sustainale intervention

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Information disemination

This is needed to help health care providers to manage disease with more

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