Please let other members of Global Health Laboratories know a little bit about yourself, like where you are and what your work is. Thank you!
Hi everyone am Stella phiri am a
Welcome. In the mean time we have partnered with Immunopaedia, please visit their site through the link on the Immunology page. GLI who you can find under the collaboration tab have very useful information and training material that will be very beneficial if you do TB diagnostic work. The we have launched Module 3 of the eGCLP course. Please do give us some feedback if you are able to take the eLearning module on our learning site. Please do let us know what you would like to see or what your interests are.
Hello every body, am here again after about 2 years, would like to see news & events from global health laboratories,
Dear Idris, there is an interesting article LASSA, ZIKA FEVERS: Poor disease control fuels killer-viruses in Nigeria —Prof. Ugbomoiko On February 7, 201612:35 am
Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/02/lassa-zika-feverspoor-disease-control-fuels-killer-viruses-in-nigeria-prof-ugbomoiko/"
GHN also opened a new site and using the following link it will help with more information on Zika https://zikainfection.tghn.org/
Let us know if this helped.
the Zaka fever out break , in Nigeria the Lassa fever out, could some please explain the the genesis of both the Lassa and the Zaka fever, and why the world is not prepared for it, like the Ebolar out break, until le of the fe are lost and where s the place of the MICROBIOLOGIST IN ALL THIS
My name idris yusuf, B.tech applied microbiology, With regard to research I do have a special interest on Rhizobium for Agric purposes; and crude eating microorganisms in the petroleum industry.
I am a physician by background and specializing in pharmaceutical medicine. I am pretty new to this sector of medicine and was actively looking for sites on the web where I can get to know more information about this specialized branch of medicine and then i found this site of global health training and I am very grateful to this immensely helpful website full of resources for my training purpose.
Thanks and Regards
My name is Gizachew Taddesse AKALU (BSc, MSc); I am a certified Medical Laboratory Technologist, and Clinical Laboratory Sciences Specialist (Diagnostics and Public Health Microbiology).
Currently, I am the Executive Director of Ethiopian Medical Laboratory Association (EMLA); and national representative of the international federation of Clinical Chemistry and laboratory medicine (IFCC – LM). I am an associate members and lecturer at Ethiopian Catholic University-St Thomas Aquinas (ECUSTA). I used to teach Public Health Microbiology and Professional Ethics Courses.
I am trained in project management, advanced course on diagnostics (ACDx), clinical trials pertaining to in-vitro diagnostics and medical devices, and most importantly in quality laboratory management system with ISO 15189 particular requirements for medical-clinical laboratories to mention a few. I have successfully led and directed more than 15 trainings, CME’s and workshops for professionals in laboratory medicine.
My tenure in laboratory medicine spans for almost 18 years reflecting strong and innovative leadership skills coupled with hands-on experiences in Clinical Chemistry/Biochemistry, Immuno-chemistry, Hematology, Immunohaematology, Medical Microbiology, including Diagnostics and Public Health Microbiology. I have been instrumental in introducing in-vitro diagnostics and medical devices harmonization and regulatory frame work in Ethiopia, and championing in most of the African countries by serving as a TWG member for Pan African Harmonization Working Party (PAHWP).
Now, I have a vision to re-structure and re-shape the future of laboratory medicine, and revitalize the in-vitro diagnostics and emerging diagnostic industries for local production, sustainable growth and development with the ultimate goal of enhancing access to diagnostic technologies to our nations.
With regard to research I do have a special interest on carcinogenic microorganisms- especially on H. pylori and HBV; and on all forms of Tuberculosis. Recently I am the PI of a pilot study on HBV among HCWs, will share you the result.
Most Kind Regards'Attached files: AKALU_Gizachew_T.jpg
Gizachew T AKALU
Hi Gaone Lucas Batshegi and welcome to Global Health Laboratories!
It is very nice to hear from you and about your work. The Global Health Network does not directly provide funding or scholarships, but we are constantly spreading the word about scholarships opportunities, funds and grants.
You can find out more about these in https://globalhealthtrainingcentre.tghn.org/community/groups/group/training-and-cpd/ and https://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/community/groups/group/training/ .
I hope this helps and best of luck with your career!
Global Health Laboratories
Hi everyone...my name is Gaone Lucas Batshegi, from Botswana. Im working as a medical laboratory scientist in Princess marina hospital, Botswana which is the largest hospital in the country. Im currently working in hematology department. Im a holder of bachelor of science degree in medical laboratory sciences. I want to start my masters anytime but struggling with finances, please help. thank you.
Thank you very much for introducing yourself to the rest of the Global Health Laboratories community. Welcome!
Genetic risk factors of thyrotoxic cardiomyopathy sounds really interesting! I am sure you also have a lot to offer to the rest of the community! We look forward to hearing how your research is coming along.
Please let us know if you have any suggestions for the website.
Global Health Laboratories coordinator
Hello! I'm very glad to meet you. I’m graduate student, medical resident of russian federal research center in Saint Petersburg. I am specialized in endocrinology. My day job is clinical work with in-patients, but I'm also doing some scientific researches in laboratory of molecular biology and genetic. I'm working on investigating risk factors of thyrotoxic cardiomyopathy, for example, genetic predictors. The standard of scientific researches among physicians in Russia is not high. So unfortunately I think I can't give anything interesting infirmation for you. But I'm sure I'll learn a lot of new and useful on your website.
Thanks for your introduction and welcome Dr Samuel Mamu. Your expert input in pathology and molecular medicine would be greatly appreciated and helpful for the Global Health Laboratories community. Looking forward to hearing from you in the future in our discussion groups.
I am Dr Samuel, Mamu Barnabas Terlumun a specialist registrar in chemical pathology/ metabolic medicine at the Benue State University Teaching Hospital, Makurdi. Benue state. Nigeria. I also have interest in molecular medicine. I am a certified trainer in GCP
Hello Abarra and thank you very much for introducing yourself!
Your research topic sounds really interesting and extremely important. Maybe you could share your findings with us in the future or give advice to other members trying to establish reference values in their own regions.
I also wish we stay in touch and looking forward to hearing from you and collaborating in the future.
Best of luck with your work!
Hello dear all!
I'm very glad to meet you. I am a lecturer of Clinical Laboratory Management and Quality Assurance at Haramaya University, College of Health and Medical Sciences in Harar, Ethiopia. Currently I am working on establishment of haematological and immunological reference values for health adults and adolescents. My inclination is to investigate immunity and infection pattern among people of different backgrounds. I wish we will stay together in here and meet in Global Laboratory and Health fora anywhere in the world. I am open and ready to work with you all research, co-operate employment, fellowship, education or social works.
WISH BRIGHT FUTURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you are new to Global Health Laboratories please remember to briefly introduce yourself and let us know if you have any questions, suggestions, etc.
Welcome to Global Health Laboratories Imiaz Ali! Thank you very much for telling us a bit more about you and looking forward to hearing more from you in the future.
I am Imtiaz Ali from Chitral district of Pakistan. I did my MSc in Biological Sciences and participated one year practical training - Medical Laboratory Technology (Microbiology) at Aga Khan University Karachi Pakistan. I worked with Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan for 22 years in different positions (microbiologist/lab technologist, lab supervisor and manager/lab specialist). End of June 2014, I completed my last two years contract in Tajikistan and have joined an IVD marketing company. Am searching lab specialist job in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, other Central Asian countries and in Pakistan. Am happy to be part of global health lab and would love to hear from global health lab friends,
Hi and welcome Ronald!
Your work in Lab Information Management Systems sounds very interesting and it seems to be a very good initiative to promote the advance of Laboratory Medicine in Africa.
Looking forward to hear from you and how your projects to develop Open Source LIMS and Open Source Instrument Server progress.
Global Health Laboratories coordinator