Editorial Board Special Pathogens Journals
Sadiq Yusuf is a Professor in Human Physiology and the VC, Uganda Technology and Management University, (UTAMU). Sadiq Yusuf is talented in software engineering and the use of advanced tech to deliver medical education to resource-limited settings. He is skilled in Neuro Physiology and formerly a GIT physiologist. He chaired the organization of the first insect neuro sc workshop in Africa
Esumeh FI is a Professor of Microbiology and Parasitology at Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma Nigeria. He is interested in Microbial remediation he believe that a clean and safe environment is better achieved using Microorganisms to clean up the toxic waste in the environment. He is also interested in the Epidemiology of Bacterial infections in resource-poor settings.
Ihongbe JC is a Professor of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology at the Dept of Med Lab Sc, Babcock University, Nigeria. He is interested in host-microbial interaction using Yeast and bacteria as a model to show the nature and magnitude of tropics disease epidemics. Ihongbe has mentored many young researchers a talent to be exploited as he joins the Board of Special Pathogens Journal,
Awujo Nkem Chinedu is a Professor of Medical Parasitology and Head, Dept of MicroB and Parasitology, at the Federal University, Wukari, and the former Vice-Chancellor of Renaissance University, Ugbawka, Nigeria. His interest is in the prevention of Tropical Parasitic disease. Professor Awujo NC is sure to lead the Special Parasites Pathogens Journal to the top of the pack of the big old names
Tatfeng YM is a Professor of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology with a special interest in Viral and parasitic immunology research, currently at the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Professor Tatfeng YM is sure to lead Special Fungal Pathogens Journal to the top of the pack of big old names in Fungal research
AGWU Ezera is an Associate Professor in Medical Microbiology and Immunology, at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences, KIU, Uganda. He is the presiding Editor and the Chair, Scientific and Technical Advisory Council (STAC), Special Journals Publisher [SJP]. His interest is in host-microbial interaction and transmission dynamics of tropical diseases. He is also a Medical Educationist trained by FAIMER
Victoria Pazos is a Professor Emeritus in Medical Microbiology and Parasitology at the Faculty of Biological Sciences, the University of Havana, Cuba. Her experience is surely an asset in setting the diagnostic phase for other to follow
Derek is a Professor of Medical Microbiology at the Trinity College, University of Dublin, Republic of Ireland. His research interest is in Yeast research and He was the first to discover Candida dubliniensis in the oro-pharyngeal cavity of man
Dr. Joseph Francis Hokello [Ph.D.] is a molecular biologist/virologist and Microbial epidemiologist. Dr. Hokello holds a Ph.D. in molecular virology from Case Western Reserve University, the USA, and an MSc in molecular biology and biotech from Makerere University. Currently, Dr. Hokello is a senior lecturer at KIU, Western Campus in Uganda.
Njunda A. Longdoh, holds BSc Microbiology, MSc Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, PhD. Medical Microbiology and Parasitology. She is the Vice Dean in charge of Programmes and Academics and a Senior Academic in the Department of Medical Lab Sc, University of Buea, Cameroon. Interest in Malaria in children
David Kalenzi Atuhaire is the R&D scientist at the African Union Centre for Ticks & Tick-Borne Dis (CTTBD) in Lilongwe, Malawi & former PG Director KIU. He holds a BVM, a Masters’s of Mol Biol & a Ph.D. in Mol Epid, all from Makerere Univ, Uganda. Postdoc @ CTTBD in Lilongwe, Malawi where he improved the Muguga cocktail vaccine & mol Epid stud of Theileria Parva. Interested in Transboundary Animal/zoonotic Diseases
Eddie Mujjwiga Wampande, Ph.D. in molecular Bacteriology, is a Senior Lecturer at the Makerere University-College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and Biosecurity, MUK, Uganda. He is skilled in the Use of molecular Biology and genomic information in the Identification and validation of drug, vaccine, and diagnostic targets for infectious pathogens. His expertise is needed to keep the world safe from novel pandemics
Aishatu Bintu Gubio (Ph.D.). BSc Microbiology, Master’s degree in Microbiology (MSc), Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH), and a Doctorate degree in Virology (Ph.D.). A Fellow Member of the Medical Lab Sc Council of Nig (FMLSCN), A Member of the Nigerian Field Epidem & Lab Training Programme (NFELTP). Presently working with the Fed Min of Health Abuja Nigeria. Research interest: epidem of special pathog of pub health importance