About the symposium
The main theme of this year's Symposium is "Conservation of African Biodiversity". This topic has been selected to celebrate Tanzania's Tanzania's extraordinary natural heritage and to recognize the role of NM-AIST in providing scientific support for the conservation of its precious ecosystems..Read more
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International Advisory Committee
Prof. Guy Palmer, Washington State University, USA ; Prof. Sarah Cleaveland, Glasgow University, UK; Prof. Markus Borner, Glasgow University / Frankfurt Zoological Society, UK, Germany; Prof. Pete Hudson, Pennsylvania State University, USA.
Prof. Anna is a Lecturer at the School of LiSBE at NM-AIST. Her research interests encompass agro-ecological topics, focusing in particular on how human land use and climate change affect the species, structural and functional biodiversityof our natural resources.
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Prof. Joram J. Buza is an Associate Professor in the school of life science and Bioengineering at The Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology (NM-AIST). His main area of specialization are: Immunology and proteomics.
Prof. Thadeo M. C.Tarimo was born on the slopes of Kilimanjaro, Rombo Tanzania. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree In 1983, in Crop Science specializing on Crop Protection and Agronomy. He specialized in Ecology and Management of Vertebrate Pest during and Ecology of Vertebrate Pest and Disease Management, Human /Wildlife Conflict and Wildlife at Purdue University during his MSc and PhD respectively. Read More >>>
Dr Gabriel has a vast experience in various aspects including, community animal health research, training at different levels, Field epidemiology, Laboratory management and emerging zoonoses.His research interests encompass emerging and re-emerging zoonoses focusing in particular on epidemiology, bioagents, determinants and biosafety.
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