Mr. Vitus Silago is a highly skilled Health Laboratory Scientist with a strong background in medical laboratory sciences, specializing in microbiology. Currently serving as an Assistant Research Fellow, Mr. Silago holds a Bachelor's degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences and a Master's degree in Philosophy in Microbiology, demonstrating his commitment to advancing knowledge and expertise in his field.View some of his publications and research works at
Stephen E. Mshana is a professor of Clinical Microbiology and Consultant Clinical Microbiologist at the Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences (CUHAS), and the Bugando Medical Centre (BMC). He is currently a Deputy Vice Chancellor- Planning, Finance and Administration (DVC-PFA) at CUHAS. He is also a member of National antimicrobial resistance (AMR) Multi-sectoral Coordinating Committee (MCC) and chairperson of Tanzania National Immunization Technical Advisory Group. To date, he has mentored a good number of undergraduate, masters and PhD students in the field of infectious diseases. He has examined a good number of postgraduate students and has served as External examiner in various universities in East Africa.
Martha F. Mushi is a Senior Lecturer of Microbiology and immunology and a consultant medical Microbiologist at Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences and Bugando Medical Centre. She is a BMLS coordinator and She is the chairperson of MYCAFRICA; a network to promote medical mycology in Africa. In addition, she is serving as technical consultant of National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) and Health Laboratory Practitioner Council (HLPC). To date, she has supervised a good number of undergraduate and post graduate students at CUHAS. She has examined good number of M.Med/MPH theses and served as external examiner for several universities.