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Some of the over 70 Biomedical Laboratory Technology finalist students taking part in the three-day COVID 19 Detection and Management Training by CoVAB in session on 5th January 2022, Makerere University.

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Event Details

The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) in collaboration with Virginia Polytechnic and State University (Virginia Tech), Virginia, USA and the College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources & Biosecurity (CoVAB), Makerere University present a specialized Course in

Research Methods, Experimental Design and Data Analysis

Date and Time: 1st to 30th April, 2022, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM EAT

 

Course Goal: To improve the quality of research of graduate students in biomedical sciences

Course Aims:

  1. To train students in rigorous research designs.
  2. To impart skills to students in research data management and analysis
  3. To equip students with skills in writing of high quality and scientifically sound research reports and manuscripts.

Target Audience: Graduate students from Biomedical Science Disciplines (Veterinary, Medicine, Public Health, Environmental Health, and Statistics among others

Teaching and Learning Methods: This course will be taught using a combination of short lectures and practical/hands-on sessions.

Course Fees: Free

Registration: Please Send your motivation letter and CV by 20th March, 2022 by sending email to: projectpartner96@gmail.com
 

For more details, contact:

Program Host and Coordinator
Dr. Lawrence Mugisha, BVM, MSc, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Wildlife & Aquatic Animal Resources
College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources & Biosecurity (CoVAB)
Email: mugishalaw@gmail.com, lawrence.mugisha@mak.ac.ug
Tel: +256772566551

 

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Training Program

Event Venue

Block D: Ruth Keesling Wildlife Health and Research Center (RK_WHERE), CoVAB, Makerere University.