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About units of Diagonistic Medicine

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Our Programmes

Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (BBME)

Direct Entry

Three principal passes in Physics, Chemistry and Advanced Mathematics with minimum of 8 points: A minimum of C grade in Advanced Mathematics and Physics and a minimum of D grade in Chemistry. In addition, an applicant must have a minimum of C grade in Biology at O-Level

Equivalent Entry

Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Biomedical, Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunication, Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science with an average of “B+” or a minimum GPA of 3.5. In addition, an applicant must have a minimum of “D” grade in the following subjects: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and English at O-Level

Our Units
Head of Units
Our Researches and Publications

School Activities

List of Our Publications
Principal InvestigatorResearch ActivitiesResearch Collaborators
Dr. Deogratias MzurikwaoArtificial intelligence for early detection of breast cancerUniversity of Kent
Dr. Deogratias MzurikwaoArtificial intelligence for Rabies screening and early prediction of its outbreak
Dr. Deogratias MzurikwaoArtificial Intelligence for screening of TB among people living with HIV
Dr. Deogratias MzurikwaoArtificial Intelligence in detection of dilated cardiomyopathy
Dr. Siana NkyaClimate Change and Health of People with Sickle Cell DiseaseNational Institute of Health (NIH)/ Makerere University
Prof. Billy NgasalaModeling the Impact of Climate Change on Malaria Importation and Elimination Efforts in ZanzibarNIH/ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Prof. Karim ManjiZinc Supplementation for Tanzanian Neonates with Clinical Severe InfectionNIH/Harvard University
Dr. Samuel LikindikokiAcceptability and feasibility of on-demand PrEP-vaginal wash for HIV prevention among female sex workers (the PrEP-V study)NIH/George Washington University
Dr. Enica RichardHow sound processing in the ear and brain relates to educational outcomes, mental health, and quality of life in adolescents living with HIVNIH/ Dartmouth College
Dr. Kasusu Nyamuryekung’ePrimary Health Care Integration for Early Childhood Caries preventionNIH
Dr. Linda MlundeAdapting evidence-based stigma reduction interventions to address HIV and drug use stigma among family members of people who use drugsNIH
Dr. Daima BukiniThe development of culturally appropriate community- based prevention programs for Sickle Cell Disease in high burden communities of coastal and lake zone regions of TanzaniaNIH
Dr. Theresia OtaruImplementation of a patient-centered geriatric model of care for older adults living with HIVNIH
Dr. Alexander MwijageImproving access to HIV healthcare services for most at-risk populations in TanzaniaNIH
Dr. AliMohamed Mohamed ZahirEstablishing Genetic Diagnostics for CardiomyopathiesNIH
Dr. Francia Arda MushiThe Assessment of Renal Transplantation Economy in Tanzania, a Mixed StudyThe Transplantation Society Research
Dr. Dickson MkokaTraining Health Care Professionals to Address Reproductive Health for Persons with Disabilities in TanzaniaNIH/University of Minnesota
Dr. Felix SukumsMapping Digital Transformation in 2035, A Scoping Study to Identify the Impacts of Converging Technology on DevelopmentIDRC Canada
Dr. Kasusu Nyamuryekung'eHuman Centred Design Impementation Research (HCD-IR)UNICEF
Prof. Karim ManjiPreterm infant hospital feeding/lactation support study- LIFT UPBill and Melinda Gates Foundation/Harvard University
Prof. Hendry SaweCombined Hepatitis B Virus and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Screening in the Emergency Department. A Multicenter Study in TanzaniaUCSF
Dr. Wilbroad MassaweMalnutrition Assessment among head and neck cancer patients in TanzaniaGlocal Health Fellowship Programme
Prof. Emmanuel BalandyaSickle Cell MortalityAFREHEALTH
Dr. Samuel LikindikokiOptimizing PREP Engagement Among Women who use Drugs in TanzaniaNIH/John Hopkins
Janet SagutIncidence, Predictors and Outcomes of Blunt Myocardial Injury
Dr. Deogratias MzurikwaoArtificial Intelligence in the Early Detection of Dileted CardiomyopathCOSTECH
Dr. Asteria KimamboClinical Pathological Implication in Establishing Ultrasound Guided Fine Needle Aspiration and Rapid on Site Evaluation Practice for Cytology in Resource Limited SetingsConquer Cancer/NIH/Pfizer
Dr. Hussein MohamedProvision of Consultancy Services for the Establishment of Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) Training NeedsWHO
Prof. Muhammad BakariStudy on Immunogenicity of COVID Vaccines Among Tanzanians