Research Links/Collaborations

S/N

Project donor/Link

PI Name

Project Title

1

DANIDA

Dr. Elia John Mmbaga

Access to Health Services for Key population in Tanzania  (2016-2021)
http://drp.dfcentre.com/project/access-health-services-key-population-tanzania

2

PEPFAR

Dr. T.W Kohi

Teaching and learning about HIV/AIDS in Tanzania Schools

3

DANIDA

Prof. A. D. Kiwara

Health Insurance in Ghana and Tanzania: Addressing Equity and Accessibility.

4

Dar Dar Health studies- Receiving funds from NIH

 


 

Prof. N. Moshi

Prevalence of hearing deficits and its association with HIV seroprevalence: A cross sectional study in HIV+ adults with frequency matching to HIV- controls

5

Prof. M. Matee

Effects of Protein Calorie Supplementation on HIV disease in Breastfeeding women and women with TB

6

Prof. M. Matee

Dar Dar1.0 Vaccine Trial

7

Swedish International Development Agency (Sida)

Dr. J. R. Masalu

Research Capacity Strengthening

8

Prof. M. Bakari

HIV and TB sub-programme

9

 

 

Project A. Studies of cohorts for HIV vaccine trials and HIV vaccine evaluation in Tanzania

10

 

 

Project B. Improved Clinical Management of TB in HIV co-infected individuals in Tanzania (PI, F Mugusi)

11

 

 

Project D. Prevention of Mother to Child HIV Transmission (PMTCT)

12

 

 

Project E. HIV and Malignancies

13

 

 

Project F. Kagera AIDS Research Project

14

 

Prof. A. D. Kiwara

Health Systems Research

15

 

Prof. S. Massawe

Reproductive Health Projects

16

 

Prof. M. Moshi and Dr. E.T. Lwoga

ICT and Library Support

17

EDCTP

Dr. M. Janabi

Optimization of tuberculosis and HIV co-treatment in Tanzania and Ethiopia: Pharmacokinetic and pharmacogenetics aspects on drug-drug interactions between Rifampicin and Efavirenz

18

Prof. E. Lyamuya

TaMoVac- 02

19

Muhimbili Wellcome Programme

Dr. Sharon Cox/ Dr. Julie Mkani

Vascular Function Intervention Trial in Sickle cell

20

J. Makani, S. Cox

MWP - Neurology andneonatal conditions

21

J. Makani, S. Cox

Nutrition and nutrient gene interactions in sickle cell disease

22

J. Makani, S. Cox, E. Kaaya, SL Thein

Haematology Programme of anaemia and its therapy (PAST)

23

J Makani

The Royal Society Pfizer Award 2011

24

J Makani

Genetic determinants of clinical heterogeneity in Sickle Cell disease.

25

S Nkya

Genetic determinants of the phenotypes of Sickle Cell Disease in Tanzanians

26

University of Capetown

Dr. J. Makani, N. Mulder

H3ABioNet: a sustainable African Bioinformatics Network for H3Africa

27

Muhimbili Research Program- Wellcome Trust- UK

Dr. C. Moshiro

MUHAS/ AFRIQUE ONE PROJECT

28

Wellcome Trust

Dr. J. Mkani, Prof. E. Kaaya, Dr. S. Cox

Strategic Award

29

MUHAS- Harvard, Funds from NIH

Prof. J. Killewo

DAR cohort study

30

Prof. F. Mugusi

Effect of Vitamin A and Zinc on Placental Malaria among pregnant women attending Antenatal Clinic

33

Prof. F. Mugusi

Malaria 2: malaria in pregnancy, nutrition and immunological effects

34

PEPFAR

Prof. S. Kaaya

MDH HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Program

35

Prof. S. Kaaya

Patient Satisfaction and health care workers survey within MDH sites

36

Prof. S. Kaaya

Patient retention study

37

Prof. S. Kaaya

Evaluation of MDH patient retention quality improvement intervention

38

Prof. J. Killewo, Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation (PGAF)

Pathways to adolescent health and livelihoods in Tanzania (Youth Health Corp project – YHC)

39

CDC

Prof. S. Kaaya in collaboration with HSPH

Agents of change protocol

40

Dr. G. Kwesigabo

Violence against children study: Retrospective self-reports from 13- 24 years old males and females in Tanzania, a collaborative venture between SPHSS, UNICEF and CDC

41

Dr. J.K.K. Mbwambo

Tanzania AIDS Prevention programme (TAPP)

42

Dr. Candida Moshiro

Postgraduate programme MSc Applied Epidemiology and MSc Epidemiology and Laboratory Management

43

Dr. S. Aboud

Public Health Evaluation-Resistance sub study for TOV 3

44

Family Health International

Prof. S. Kaaya

Adolescent women and Microbicide trials: Assessing the challenges and opportunities to their participation

45

National Institutes of Health (NIH) in collaboration with University of North Carolina (UNC)

Dr. J.K.K. Mbwambo/Ms S.K. Maonga

Identifying venues to prevent HIV and violence for youth in Tandale district, Dar es Salaam

46

University of Michigan- Forgarty International Center

Mr. Yahya Kishashu

Collaboration/Environmental and occupational Health capacity building Project – MUHAS- BARRICK

47

Norwegian Development for Higher Education (NOMA) Training Support

Prof. W. Matuja

Post graduate Programme MSc Internal Medicine(MSc Cardiology and MSc Nephrology)MMED Radiology

48

Dr. M. Mwangu

MA in Health Policy and Management

49

Dr. Sebalda Leshabari

NOMA Regional Master in Nursing

50

German Research Foundation

Prof William Matuja

Neurocysitercosis and Epilepsy in urban and rural Tanzania

51

WHO, University of Dublin, LSHTM.

Dr. I. Semali

Effects of global Health Initiatives on HIV/AIDS to the use of the health system.The case of HRH in Tanzania.

52

MUHAS- Stanford University Collaboration

Dr. Larama Rongo

Child health status in relation to quality of water and sanitation in peri urban Dar es Salaam

53

NIH/ Forgarty International Center

Prof. F. Mugusi

International Clinical, operational and Health system Research Training on AIDS and TB (ICOHRTA)

54

Prof. M Aboud

International Extramural Research Development Award

55

Prof. F. Mugusi

Forgarty International Scholars

56

International Foundation for Science

Dr. E.Innocent

E-Phytochemical Studies of mosquito

57

PREPARE Project, In- collaboration with University of Bergen: Funds from the EU

Prof. S. Kaaya

Promoting sexual and Reproductive Health amongst Adolescents in Southern and Eastern Africa

58

WHO/Future Grow

Dr. M. Fataki

An operational study on the management of acute diarrhea in Tanzania

59

University of Bergen collaboration- Funds from the Research Council of Norway

Dr. DCV Kakoko

Health Promotion Dignity and Human Rights

60

Johns Hopkins Collaboration

 

Dr. J. Mbwambo

Understanding and Interpretations of communication campaign messages about concurrent partnerships, acute HIV infection and sexual networks

61

Prof. J. Killewo

Morogoro Evaluation

62

European Union

Dr. E. Mbaga

African Programme for Advanced Research Epidemiology Training

63

Prof. MT Leshabari

Institutional Capacity Building through East African Postgraduate Teaching Programme

64

Prof. MT Leshabari

Quality of maternal and perinatal care: Bridging the know do gap

65

COSTECH

Prof. Z. H. Mbwambo

Formulation and standardization of herbal medicines from Garcinia and Combretum plant species growing in Tanzania for managing HIV/AIDS and related symptoms

66

MUHAS- Fred Hollows Foundation

Dr. A. Sanyiwa

Outreach Programme to provide quality practical training to Ophthalmology students

67

AIRES SUD

Dr. M. Njelekela

Air Pollution and Health Effects in Dar es Salaam, Arusha and Mwanza

68

German Research Foundation/ Munich University

Prof. W. Matuja

Palliative Care in Tanzania Exemplified by Cancer: A Hospital Based Ethnography in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

69

EPOS

Dr. M. Mwangu

Proactive Staff Recruitment and Retention Measures Based on Experiences of Successful Implementers: Towards Improving Quality and Quantity of Skilled Health Workers in Lindi and Mtwara

70

EDCTP

Prof. F. Mugusi

Prevalence of HIV Drug Resistance in HIV Infected Patients at MNH and the Application of Bioinformatics in Prediction of Appropriate Therapy

71

USAID

Dr. J. Mbwambo

Strategic Assessment to Define a Comprehensive Response to HIV in Iringa, Tanzania

72

NIH

Prof. M. Aboud

DPRET- Dartmouth- Penn Research Ethics Training Programme

73

Centre for AIDS Research (CFAR) at UCSF

Dr. A. Mwakigonja

Tanzania Cancer Registry

74

CDC/PEPFAR Boston University School of Public Health Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice

Dr. G. Kwesigabo

Building capacity for HIV/AIDS human resources at the Muhimbili School of Public Health and Social Sciences

75

St. Lukes Midwifery College,Tokyo, Japan

Dr. S. Leshabari

Humanization of Child birth

76

University of Uppsala

Dr. J. Otieno

Post-doctoral Training

77

Future Group

Dr. J.K.K. Mbwambo

SEARCH Tanzania GBV

78

Pathfinder Int.

Dr. S. Kamazima

Master of Science Behavior Change Program

79

WHO

Prof. M. Leshabari

UNAIDS MSM project

80

United Nations Environment Programme

Prof. F. Kahabuka

Promoting the phase sown approach of dental amalgam in developing countries

81

International Foundation for Science

Dr. J. Sempombe

Search for Novel Trypanocidal Agents From Albizia gummifera, Asteranthe asterias, Commiphora eminii, Disosprros verucosa and Khaya nyasica medicinal Plants used in Thno-Veternary Field

82

Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy

Prof. S. Aboud

Global Antibiotic Resistance Partnership, Tanzania – Phase II (GARP II – Tanzania)

83

Columbia University in the City of New York

Prof. S. Kaaya

Parent-Son Protective Factors for Improved Adolescent Health Outcomes in Tanzania

84

University of North Carolina

Lusajo Kajula

A multilevel intevention to reduce HIV Risk among networks ofmen in Tanzania

85

Boston Children's Hospital fund from Bill and Mellinda Gates Foundation

Prof. K. Manji

Biomakers of gut function and predictors of linear growth and neurodevelopment status among young Tanzanian children

86

Guttmacher Institute

Dr. P. Muganyizi

Abortion incidence in Tanzania

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