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Welcome to School of Public Health

The School of Public Health and Social Sciences (SPHSS) is the most varied academic unit with the mission of contributing towards improving the public health for social economic development through the provision of quality education, research, outreach and has seven departments namely; Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Department of Bioethics, Department of Development Studies, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Department of Community Health and Department of Parasitology and Medical Entomology.

About School

Background about the school

  • The School of Public Health and Social Sciences (SPHSS) is the most varied academic unit with the mission of contributing towards improving the public health for social economic development through the provision of quality education, research, outreach and has seven departments namely; Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Department of Bioethics, Department of Development Studies, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Department of Community Health and Department of Parasitology and Medical Entomology.

Undergraduate Program


This is a six semester (three years) programme that aims to train and produce graduates with a wide range of relevant competencies and skills which will enable them to make positive contributions towards the management and improvement of environmental health in Tanzania and beyond.

Direct Entrants Three principal passes at “A” level in any of the following subjects; Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Agriculture, Nutrition or Mathematics and Geography. A candidate with a minimum of a “C” and two “Ds” will be given preference. Equivalent Qualification Holders of appropriate diploma and or advanced diploma in environmental health sciences of this University, its predecessor or any other recognized institution of higher learning with two “A” level principal passes at any grade plus two years’ experience.

Postgraduate Program
Master of Science in Behaviour Change Communication (MSc BCC)

Master of Medicine in Community Health (MMed Comm. Health)

Master of Arts in Health policy and Management (MA HPM)

Master of Science in Tropical Disease Control (MSc, TDC)

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Master of Science in Medical Parasitology and Entomology (MSc PE)

Master of Science in Epidemiology and Laboratory Management

Master of Science in Behaviour Change

Entry Requirement: Applicant who has Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree and complies with the University admission regulations. Medical graduate from any other recognized university who has been admitted to the status of Doctor of Medicine and complies with the University admission regulations A candidate for the MMed (Community Health) may register for the course not less than one year after the award of the MD degree or its equivalent.

Our Departments
Behavioural Sciences

Behavioral Sciences

Who are we?

Behavioural Sciences Department is one of the departments forming the School of Public Health and Social Sciences. It has been in existence since 1980s as part of the Community Health Department. The department has a rich mix of academic and technical staff members with backgrounds and experiences in various public health fields including medical sociology, medical psychology, medical anthropology, medical communication and health economics, providing a great resource for the department’s input into teaching, research and service provision in fulfilling university mission and vision.

 What do we do?

The department is mainly engaged in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in various academic programs including Public Health, Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and Environmental Health Sciences. The department’s vision is to expand the department to have Medical Sociology, Health Psychology, Health Anthropology, Health Economics, Health Law and Learning Disability Services units by 2025.

Community Health.

What do we do?

The Department of Community Health conducts most of its work out of two separate Units: the main unit at MUHAS campus, Dar es Salaam is concerned with theoretical teaching and research, while the communities in the regions closer to Dar es Salaam are used as a practicum site. During Community Medicine Rotation students visit dispensaries, Health centers, District Hospitals and learn the way these health facility levels differ in terms of service provision.

The programmes and courses we conduct/offer

  1. MD/DDS/BSc Environmental Health Sciences
  2. Environmental Health Sciences
  3. MPH Regular Track
  4. MPH Executive track
  5. Master of Bioethics
  6. MMed Community Health programme

The Department of Community Health teaches a nutrition course for semester 4 MD, DDS and BSc EHS students, prepares, coordinates and supervises their second year nutrition field practical and family case studies. It also teaches MD Semester 6 on the communicable disease control course and contributes in teaching nutrition course for the BSc Environmental Health students. For the undergraduate programmes, the department hosts the MD semester 7/8 community medicine rotations. The Department has one postgraduate programme, the Master of Medicine (Community Health) but the faculty is also involved in teaching several MPH courses offered by the School of Public Health and Social Sciences.

The departmental research agenda

  1. Research on special public health issues (HIV, Malaria, TB, Neglected Tropical Diseases)
  2. Public Health aspects in Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal, Children, and Adolescent (RMNCA) health
  3. Public Health Nutrition and Non Communicable Diseases
  4. Immunization and Vaccine Development
  5. Health seeking behavior for malaria and HIV
  6. Process quality of care for at risk pregnant women attending district hospitals in Tanzania
  7. Impact of climate change on nutrition
  8. Health systems research

Internal and external collaborators and partners

The Department of Community Health collaborates with several institutions in and outside the country including the Harvard University- School of Public Health, Cornell University- Division of Nutritional Sciences in the US; Sokoine University of Agriculture-Department of Food Sciences, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, the Nelson Mandela Institute of Technology, KarolinskaInstitutet, Gothenberg University (Sweden); University of Western Cape (South Africa), University of Great Lakes (Kenya).

Students teaching, learning and services for students within the department as well as outcomes

Among undergraduates and postgraduate students we mentor some students assigned to us through the School of Public Health and Social Sciences and School of Medicine.

Development Studies.

The Department of Development Studies (DS) is one of the five departments within the School of Public Health and Social Sciences (SPHSS) of Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS). There are ten members of academic staff including; 1 Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, 3 Lecturers and 3 Assistant Lecturers and 2 Tutorial Assistant. Six (6) of them having acquired PhDs from various re-known Universities across the world thus bringing home a wealth of skills,

experience and competences to share with stakeholders especially students. It has a wealth of experience in conducting research and community service activities within Tanzania and beyond and collaborates with a number of partner Universities, Civil Societies and Research Institutions and not least the communities we serve.

Its members of academic staff teach across the University in cross cutting subjects in the field of development, health management, health systems and health economics, and it is also host to one postgraduate programme: Master of Arts in Health Policy and Management (MAHPM) with a total of 20 students. The department also engages in teaching the same courses to postgraduate students in all other schools at MUHAS and participates in supervision role.

The Department teaches all undergraduates by exposing them to the theories, practice and problems of social development, both generally in the third world as well as in more detail, Tanzania and Africa. The training enables students as future professionals to relate these social processes to health and healthcare as well as to ensure that the biomedical model which predominates in current understanding of health, is enriched with a greater acknowledgement of health as a product of societal and development contexts. The department also participates in training the Master of Public Health students and coordinates the Master of Arts in Health Policy and Management. In Research and Consultancy, the Department focuses on healthcare financing and health equity. Currently, members in the department are engaged in health insurance research in collaboration with the universities of Aarhus in Denmark and Kumasi in Ghana. Other collaborating institutions in healthcare systems research include the University of Cape Town, Makerere University in Kampala, and University of Zambia.

Main functions of the Department of Development Studies

A. Teaching

The Department of Development Studies has overall responsibility for the teaching and evaluation of different undergraduate courses for all first degree students in first and second year. This include Theories of social development and critical issues in health and  Health systems and  development trends. The academic staffs of this department are fully involved in teaching and evaluation of other three undergraduate courses specifically for Bachelor of Science in environmental Health Sciences in second year. These courses are Organization management, Urbanisation and human settlement and elective project for third year students. Further, the department shares the responsibility of teaching and evaluation of students with other departments from the school of Medicine  for the following courses: Professionalism and ethics course (both in first and third year), Nutrition, Tropical disease control, Management, community medicine and supervision of the final year elective projects in the same school.


At the postgraduate level, the department has overall responsibility of teaching and evaluation of the Master’s of Arts Health Policy and Management. At the same level, the department shares the responsibility of teaching and evaluation with other departments from the School of Public Health and Social Science for the following masters courses: Msc – Behavioral change, MPH regular and executive tracks, Mmed (Community Health), Msc. Tropical diseases and control,  Msc. Applied Epidemiology,  Msc. Applied Epidemiology and Laboratory Management and Msc. Environmental and Occupational  Health. Finally, the department has fully responsibility for   supervision of PhD students enrolled within and outside the department


B. Research and Consultancy

The Department of development studies operates in line with core functions of the university in which research and consultancies forms an integral part. The researches and consultancies from this department are fundamental in health care to bridge the divide between clinical medicine and social medicine as it includes multi-professional collaboration with other departments from different schools.

The department constitute of the academic staff with immeasurable capacity in carrying out researches and consultancies in broad area of development and health due to the presence of multi-professional workforce.

The researches and consultancies capacity from this department covers the following specific areas: Health systems (financing, reforms, structural adjustment programs), HIV/AIDS (including marginalised communities and gender aspects),  globalization & health, development policies formulation and analysis, health policy analysis, human resources for health, epidemiological transition, task shifting and service delivery, evaluation of public health interventions, economic evaluation of healthcare programs, employment (child labour, women employment), social protection, governance and health, health management information systems, management and leadership in public health, gender and health, equity, lifestyle diseases, primary health care ,reproductive health, sexual abuse, adolescents health, livelihood strategies, microfinance, life skills, needs assessment, education accessibility, environmental management, food security, energy, urbanization, development planning, social exclusion, communication strategies and  community participation in planning and management of public resources.

Epidemiology And Biostatistics.

The department of epidemiology and biostatistics is among the seven departments that form the school of public health and social sciences (SPHSS) at MUHAS. With a rich history of producing renown public health professionals in the country, our department is dedicated to:

  • Providing quality innovative training in the disciplines of epidemiology and biostatistics,
  • Contribute to advancing public health practice in the country and beyond through research, consultancy, and provision of services,
  • Advancing epidemiological and biostatistical sciences through training of advanced concepts and apply epidemiological and biostatistical methods to local research projects.

The disciplines of epidemiology and biostatistics have recently grown in terms of importance and scope in addressing various public health challenges. They provide tools for conducting rigorous research in efforts to understand and interpret causes of diseases and provide effective and efficient approaches to prevention and treatment of such diseases at population level. With recent increased frequency of epidemics and overall increased diseases burden in our country, epidemiologists and biostatisticians are key players. Our faculty members use their expertise to address such challenges through involvement in innovative and multidisciplinary research.

Serving as cross-cutting disciplines in health sciences, faculty in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics collaborate with other faculty from other departments within MUHAS in addition to owning their research. The department has full time as well as adjunct faculties from affiliate academic institutions such the University of Oslo, research organizations including the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), and other non-governmental organizations providing services in health programs. Their research interests range from global health, infectious diseases, health systems, non-communicable diseases, cancer, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis.

The department offers an array of education programs for various levels. They include continuous professional development programs for government employees in health sector. Our Master of Science in Applied Epidemiology and Master of Science in Epidemiology and Laboratory Management programs provide high-quality training in core skills in health research, field epidemiology, and laboratory management. Our master’s in public health Implementation Science provides trainees with skills to conduct rigorous implementation science projects.

Training: Epidemiology and Biostatistics are core subjects taught to all undergraduate and postgraduate students at the university. The department also hosts two postgraduate programmes at the University in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare: Master of Science in Applied Epidemiology; and Master of Science in Epidemiology and Laboratory Management.

Research: Members of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics are engaged in research on a variety of health and methodological problems including dietary data assessment methods. Main areas of research include HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, Health Systems Research and Governance, gender studies and violence against women and children, Reproductive and Child Health, Zoonotic diseases,curriculum development, Non-Communicable Diseases, Disease Surveillance using Health and Demographic surveillance systems and policy issues.

Consultancy/services: Members of the department are heavily involved providing technical support to students, staff and research projects within and outside MUHAS. Examples include secondary data analysis for evaluation of the Global Health Fund 5-year Evaluation study.

Members of the department also have a great wealth of experience working as consultants with a large number of agencies including Family Care International (FCI), UNICEF, World Health Organisaztion (WHO), UNFPA, GTZ, ECSA-HC and Management Sciences for Health (MSH).

Short courses

The department is also involved in organizing and conducting short courses to meet the needs of in-service personnel and other health system stakeholders. Short courses hosted by the department include Research Methodology, Data Management, Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Health Programmes and Introduction to Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Staff of the department also assist in coordinating or facilitation of short courses organised by other partners. These include training on Disaster Response and Management, Non-Communicable Diseases, HIV/TB co-infection epidemiology and operations research, xxxx…..In the near future the department is planning to begin short courses in Epidemiology of Tropical Diseases and Epidemiology of Nutrition in Health.

Links: The department has strong linkages with national and international institutions such as the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Cooperatives, Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development and the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, University of Bergen, University of Umea, Sweden, Harvard School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, WHO, AMREF, CDC and GTZ.

Future plans

The department is planning to establish a masters degree programme in quantitative methods in the near future.  The department also plans to recruit additional staff so as to effectively perform the core functions of the university.

Parasitology And Medical Entomology.

The Department of Parasitology and Medical Entomology was first established under the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Dar es Salaam in 1970 as one of the departments in the Division of Community Medicine.  The department was divided into two units: the main department was located in the Faculty of Medicine campus while the Service Unit was located in the Central Pathology Laboratory of the then Muhimbili Referral Hospital.

The main department had the following components: The Teaching Laboratory (which was shared between the department of Parasitology/Medical Entomology and the department of Microbiology/Immunology); the Research and Preparatory Laboratory; the Insectorium; and the Animal House.  In 1977 the Faculty of Medicine and the Referral Hospital were merged into one Parastatal Institution – The Muhimbili Medical Centre.

Prior to the establishment of the Parasitology/Medical Entomology department, the teaching of parasitology and entomology was carried out by part-time teachers at the then Swiss Tropical Institute which was headed by Professor Geigy.  Students needed to spend a sufficient period of time in these contexts in order to complete the course. Since the department’s establishment, all parasitology and medical entomology courses are taught at the Faculty of Medicine.  Currently medical parasitology and entomology is taught to the following groups of students: MD II, DDS II, B.Pharm. II, B.Sc. (Nursing) II, and B.Sc. (Environmental Health) III.  The department also runs the Advanced Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences (ADMLS) in Medical Parasitology/Entomology which is a four semester program.  Medical Parasitology/Entomology is also taught to MD III Control of Communicable Diseases (CDC) which includes a field study of two weeks duration.  In addition, the teaching of applied parasitology for major parasitic diseases is taught to fifth year MD in the form of seminars.

Research projects in the following areas: malaria especially in chemotherapy and epidemiology; schistosomiasis especially operational research in epidemiology and control; soil-transmitted helminths especially in epidemiology and control; Taenia solium infection and cysticercosis (both human and porcine); and also research on effects of parasitic infections on reproductive health.  Members of the department do contribute to several research networks including SIDA/SAREC.  They also provide consultancy for the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare as well as the Ministry of Education and Vocational training especially in the area of school health.

Environmental and Occupational Health.

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health (DEOH) was established in July 2008 when it was officially detached from the Department of Community Health, making it the sixth department in the School of Public Health and Social Sciences. The Department was established to address the growing needs of environmental and occupational health issues in the country and the region. It comprises of the following academic units: Built Environment; Environmental Sanitation and Hygiene; Occupational Health and Safety; Toxicology; Food Safety and Hygiene; and Public Health Laboratory and Geographical Information System (GIS). The DEOH is currently the host Department of the three academic programmes namely, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Sciences, Master of Science in Environmental and Occupational Health, and PhD in Health Sciences.


In a bid to demonstrate the purpose of its existence, the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at MUHAS is committed to fulfil the core function of teaching, research ,consultancyand public services. The Department organizes and runs the following short courses: Occupational Health Practice; Occupational Hygiene Practice; Disaster Preparedness and Management; Sanitation and Hygiene; Waste Management; Food Safety and Hygiene; Sound Management of Chemicals for Home and Industrial Use; Pesticide Risk Management. The Department has a rich mix of academic and technical staff members with backgrounds and experiences in numerous public health grounds.

Bioethics and Health Professionalism

1.0    Background
The Department of Bioethics and Health Professionalism (DBE) is located in the School of Public Health and Social Sciences (SPHSS).  The Department is developed for the advancement of bioethics at the University, throughout Tanzania and the East Africa region.

The Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) have been offering bioethics core courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students since 2004. These are essentially cross-cutting core courses coordinated by the Department of Bioethics and Health Professionalism.

Vision of the Department
To be a National, Regional and International Centre for excellence in the teaching, research and consultancy services in Bioethics. 

Mission of the Department
The mission of the department is to provide outstanding tertiary education across the spectrum of Bioethics, through its academic programs, research, and consultancy with the aim of improving ethical care in research, clinic, and public health

2.0    Activities

2.1 Teaching: The DBE faculty in collaborate with faculty from other Departments, Schools, Institutes and adjunct/visiting faculty will teach bioethics courses including Master of Bioethics (MBE), Bioethics for Postgraduates (EE 600) and Health Professionalism (PF 100 -300) program. The Department is responsible for the administration and coordination of all academic activities in Bioethics at the University level

2.2 Research: Post-graduate students in the Department will engage in various research activities under the supervision of academic staff members. Also, through PhD programs, the faculty will be involved in independent research on major bioethics issues facing the country, the region and globe. Students and staff research will have major impact on department research output. Research collaborations with our partners will continue via joint grant applications, this will be a major source of income and sustainability for the department.

2.3 Consultancies and Public Engagement: The Department is the resource for bioethics consultant services within and outside the country. Potential sources of consultancies services are health higher learning institutions, research institution, and National regulatory boards like National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), Tanzania food and Drugs Authority (TFDA), Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and Human Rights organization.

The Department will organize public conferences where current bioethical themes will be discussed and government officials will be invited and ultimately policy decision will be influenced. Faculty, staff and students will be involved in seminar groups, forums, and task force meetings to discuss and research cutting-edge ethical issues, to prepare publications, organize symposia and regional meetings and develop special continuing education courses and opportunities.

2.4 Outreach: The DBE faculty will be engaged in outreach activates to enable them to share Bioethics experiences and knowledge with other stakeholders.

Our Staff Members
Our Researches and Publications

Short Courses

Research Methodology Training Course

Financing and Financial Management of the District Health Services Course (DHS)

Quality Improvement and Leadership in Health Systems and Services Course

Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Course

Data Management Course

Ethical Issues in African Health Research Course

Paediatrics Tuberculosis Course

Introductory Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Genetic Epidemiology

Research Priority


  • Leadership Initiative for Public Health in Africa (LIPHEA)
  • Pathways to adolescent health and livelihoods in Tanzania
  • MUHAS-Harvard Public Health Informatics Training Program
  • DAR Cohort Study

Local and International Collaborators

Heads of Department

Department of Parasitology and Medical Entomology

Prof. Bill Ngasapa (BSc, MSc, PhD)

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health

Dr. Jane Sylvester Mlimbila(Adv,BSc, MSc, PhD)

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Dr. Mucho Michael Mizinduko (BSc, MSc, PhD)

Department of Community Health

Dr. Henry Abraham Mruma(BSc, MSc, PhD)

Department of Bioethics and Health professionalism

Dr. Renatha S. Joseph (BSc, MSc, PhD)

Department of Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Emmy Metta(BSc, MSc, PhD)

Our Staff Members
1Dr. Emmy MettaBehavioural SciencesHead / Lecturer &view_op=list_works&gmla=AJsN-F5-tvI9tRqxp6iYIy9BZKSudz8LV-Rzx5JcjfqCMgpoNjuN0fhgvAGmcEcmy2s76W02410IaDdM-mzbR5twzkKDMWM20dyEVLSUnqGkzpef7hgVjfA
2Prof. Phares MujinjaBehavioural SciencesSenior Lecturer
3Prof. Switbert R. KamazimaBehavioural SciencesSenior Lecturer
4Prof. Deodatus KakokoBehavioural SciencesSenior Lecturer
5Idda MoshaBehavioural SciencesSenior Lecturer
6Mangi EzekielBehavioural SciencesSenior Lecturer
7Happiness SarongaBehavioural SciencesLecturer
8Winfrida O. AkyooBehavioural SciencesAssistant Lecturer
9Beatrice Rhobi StanslausBehavioural SciencesTutorial Assistant
10Faithness, C KiondoBehavioural SciencesTutorial Assistant
11Richard F, NashonBehavioural SciencesTutorial Assistant
12Dr. Renatha S. JosephBioethics and Health ProfessionalismHead / Lecturer
13Dr. Rehema Chande MallyaBioethics and Health ProfessionalismSenior Lecturer
14Rebecca Edward RabachBioethics and Health ProfessionalismLecturer
15Fr. Raymond M. AthanasBioethics and Health ProfessionalismAssistant Lecturer
16Mr. Godwin Pancras KalugiraBioethics and Health ProfessionalismAssistant Lecturer
17Mr. Lazaro Amon HauleBioethics and Health ProfessionalismAssistant Lecturer
18Mr. Fortunatus Modest LyimoBioethics and Health ProfessionalismAssistant Lecturer
19Mr. Roland Mothias MoshaBioethics and Health ProfessionalismAssistant Lecturer
20Judith ShayoBioethics and Health ProfessionalismAssistant Lecturer
21Jophray E. LukwaroBioethics and Health ProfessionalismTutorial Assistant
22Ally Abdallah JengoBioethics and Health ProfessionalismTutorial Assistant
23Dr. Henry MrumaCommunity HealthHead / Lecturer
24Prof. Daudi Omari SimbaCommunity HealthSenior Lecturer
Prof. Bruno SunguyaCommunity HealthSenior LecturerORCID
25Prof. David Paradiso. UrassaCommunity HealthSenior Lecturer
26Prof Anna Tengia-KessyCommunity HealthSenior Lecturer
27Dr. Maryam AmourCommunity HealthAssistant Lecturer
28Ms. Khadija MakbelCommunity HealthAssistant Lecturer
29Saidah Mohamed BakarCommunity HealthTutorial Assistant
30Anthony Innocent AnatoliCommunity HealthResearch Fellow
31Ismail Rashid NdaileCommunity HealthResearch Fellow
32Dr. Amani AnaeliDevelopment StudiesLecturer
33Prof. Gasto FrumenceDevelopment StudiesSenior Lecturer
34Prof.Tumaini NyamhangaDevelopment StudiesSenior Lecturer
35Dr. Mugwira MwanguDevelopment StudiesSenior Lecturer
36Dr. Nathanael Shauri SiriliDevelopment StudiesSenior Lecturer
37Dr. George Mugambage RuhagoDevelopment StudiesSenior Lecturer
38Dr. Gladys Reuben MahitiDevelopment StudiesSenior Lecturer
39Dr. Malale TunguDevelopment StudiesLecturer
40Dr. Linda Simon PauloDevelopment StudiesAssistant Lecturer
41Francis AugustDevelopment StudiesAssistant Lecturer
42Novatus Apolinary TeshaDevelopment StudiesAssistant Lecturer
43Pankras LuogaDevelopment StudiesTutorial Assistant
44Alphoncina KagaigaiDevelopment StudiesAssistant Lecturer
45Thadeus P RuwaichiDevelopment StudiesAssistant Lecturer
46Elia Samson NyangiDevelopment StudiesAssistant Lecturer
47Elinesi Philemon MwasangaDevelopment StudiesTutorial Assistant
48Rebecca MkumbwaDevelopment StudiesTutorial Assistant
49Yoktani Thadeo BukaguDevelopment StudiesTutorial Assistant
50Mpanga PaulDevelopment StudiesTutorial Assistant
51Norberth Peter MassaweDevelopment StudiesTutorial Assistant
52Billy Ephraim NgasalaParasitology & Medical Entomology,Associate Professor
53Donath Samuel TarimoParasitology & Medical Entomology,Associate Professor
54Dinah Bategereza GasarasiParasitology & Medical Entomology,Senior Lecturer
55Lwidiko Edward MhamilawParasitology & Medical Entomology,Researcher
56Vivian Philemon MushiParasitology & Medical Entomology,Assistant lecturer
57Twilumba MakeneParasitology & Medical Entomology,Molecular Parasitologist
58Monica Caroline ShabaniParasitology & Medical Entomology,Assistant Lecturer
59Huda J OmaryParasitology & Medical Entomology,Assistant Lecturer
60Doreen David MutemiParasitology & Medical Entomology,Assistant Lecturer
61Hoseenu Addi PaliloParasitology & Medical Entomology,Tutorial Assistant
62Yassin M. AthumanParasitology & Medical Entomology,Tutorial Assistant
63Anord Rwekaza PaschalParasitology & Medical Entomology,Tutorial Assistant
64Jane Sylvester MlimbilaEnvironmental and Occupational HealthHead/Lecturer
65Prof. Simon Henry David MamuyaEnvironmental and Occupational HealthSenior Lecturer
66Luco P MwelangeEnvironmental and Occupational HealthAssistant Lecturer
67Aiwerasia Vera NgowiEnvironmental and Occupational HealthSenior Lecturer
68Ezra MremaEnvironmental and Occupational HealthSenior Lecturer
69Hussein MwangaEnvironmental and Occupational HealthSenior Lecturer
70Gloria Honorat SakwariEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
71Stephen Simon KishinhiEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
72Dennis RweyemamuEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
73Hussein L MohamedEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
74Zuhura Idd KimeraEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
75Israel P. NyarubeliEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
76Said S. SaleheEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
77Witness John AxwessoEnvironmental and Occupational HealthLecturer
78William NelsonEnvironmental and Occupational HealthAssistant Lecturer
79Saumu Kabelwa ShabaniEnvironmental and Occupational HealthAssistant Lecturer
80Magdalena Edes ShaoEnvironmental and Occupational HealthAssistant Lecturer
81Esther Jerady Nhang’anoEnvironmental and Occupational HealthAssistant Lecturer
82Iddi H MapandeEnvironmental and Occupational HealthTutorial assistant
83Edson Mathias ProtasEnvironmental and Occupational HealthTutorial assistant
84Amelia Chebyala AlfredEnvironmental and Occupational HealthTutorial assistant
85Marietha Alex HolelaEnvironmental and Occupational HealthTutorial assistant
86Pius KombaEnvironmental and Occupational HealthTutorial assistant