Join our 90 minute interactive webinar on Voices of Women Researchers. The speakers will delve into topics such as women's participation in knowledge production, and commendable initiatives. The session includes a Q&A segment, followed by breakout rooms for participant discussions on supporting women in research.
The following are our facilitators:
Sarah Nabachwa is a Marketing lecturer at Mbarara University of Science and Technology ‘MUST’, Uganda. She is an AfOx (African Oxford Initiative) visiting fellow (2023) at Said Business School, University of Oxford. Her research interest is to develop locally contextualised business teaching case studies, particularly on 'Street Smart' Entrepreneurs. She has a PhD in Management and a Masters in Management Studies. Sarah is a mentor at the Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CamTech Uganda), MUST Centre for Innovations and Technology Transfer (CITT), and MUST Business Incubation Clinic. She coordinates the Erasmus Plus collaboration between MUST and the University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule Mainz, Germany.
Professor Flora Fabian is the founding Vice Chancellor of Mwanza University in Tanzania, and a professor in anatomy and biomedical sciences. She has previously held positions at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences and the University of Dodoma. At the University of Dodoma, she served as Director for Research and Publications for six years overseeing the quality of research and publications, consultancy, and institutional collaboration, and managing research funds from both external and internal development partners. Flora has led and supervised research in clinical sciences, public health, education and gender and has more than thirty peer reviewed publications to her name.
Jackeline Alger, MD, PhD, is a parasitologist working at the University Hospital in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. She combines clinical laboratory work, teaching, and research activities with mentoring, building interdisciplinary bridges, promoting international collaboration, and networking to advance scientific research and social innovation for health in Honduras and Central America.
Date: December 12, Tuesday
Time: 13:00 to 14:30pm GMT