I hold a Master of Science in Informatics and Bachelor Science in Computer Science both obtained at the University of Malawi Chancellor College. I have over 5 years of experience in research data management. I have special interest in Data Science, as a health informatics professional I am passionate about data management to deliver valuable insights via data analytics and use of advanced computational techniques to improve my day-to-day work.
Head of Department, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Senior Lecturer Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS), Scientific lead for the Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Malawi
I’m involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students, clinical service provision, research that drives into policy, advocating for reproductive health rights to the community and providing technical policy guidance on reproductive health issues. Main research areas are in integrating maternal near cases into preexisting maternal death surveillance and response system, real time data capturing of severe maternal outcomes (maternal near miss case reviews & maternal deaths) in all the districts in the country with COVID 19 inclusive, maternal sepsis innovations, quality of care innovations in antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum care and also in the prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV trials
Public health Researcher Intern
An emerging public health researcher. My interest is in implementation research and health systems research within the maternal and child health field. I am working as a Research Trainee at a pre-PhD level in the Maternal and Fetal Health group at MLW; providing research support through quantitative data analysis, training, and development of evaluation tools.
Systems specialist, Nurse/Midwife
A health systems specialist and a Nurse/Midwife by profession with research interests in optimizing delivery and uptake of services including quality management and Implementation Science. Her areas of focus are HIV and AIDS across different populations and Maternal and Newborn Health. Her publication record is available on: ORCID: 0000-0002-3572-3810
A Public Health Scientist at doctoral training level in the maternal health group with a broad perspective on global and public health through her Master of Public Health and medical degrees. I have experience in managing an international clinical trial and implementation studies in Malawian pregnant women and has skills in qualitative and quantitative research methods, communication, and collaborative teamwork.
Senior Research Nurse, Master Science Student in Global Health (LSTM)
A graduate with a BSc in Nursing and Midwifery from Kamuzu College of Nursing (KuHeS). I have a lot of experience in clinical management (Maternity Theatre In-charge, Labor Ward Team Leader, Maternity Unit Matron), project and partnerships coordination. I also have vast knowledge in coordinating and implementing research studies under maternal and newborn health. Currently, pursuing a MSc in Global Health at LSTM through AmmaLife’s student award with the aim of becoming a global health scientist conducting research in the maternal health field.
Maternal Health Group Administrator
My key roles involve “Liaison”, “Organisation” and “Support”. Each day I come to work, presents me an opportunity to work with an excellent team of researchers who encourage me to do my very best to equally deliver excellence. My job is dynamic and very exciting as I work with various teams conducting various studies within the group.
Post-doctoral Biomedical Researcher
My work focuses on the microbiological aspects of maternal and neonatal health and disease. I obtained my PhD from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands during which time I specialized in molecular epidemiology, diagnostics, and microbiome analyses with particular focus on sexually transmitted infections.
Currently working as an intern under Diplo-STI study which is investigating the prevalence of STIs in women who attend QECH for delivery of their infants and to assess the attributable fraction of adverse birth outcomes with a confirmed diagnosis of at least one STI in peripartum period. She holds an honors degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences obtained at the University of Malawi, College of Medicine, 2021. Her long-term goal is to purse a MSc in Tropical Disease Biology.
MBChB, BMedSci, PhD, MRCOG, NIHR Professor of Global Maternal and Fetal Health Women's & Children's Health and Maternal Health Group Lead
Moses is an EDCTP career development fellow Post-Doctoral Research Fellow- Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust and Helse Norde TB Initiative (HNTI) of the College of Medicine (CoM) of the Kamuzu University of Health Sciences. He is Deputy Head (behavioral science lead) in MLW’s Maternal and Fetal Health Group and he also leads a Social Science theme and a Gender in Health Associate group.
A registered nurse and midwife who graduated from Mzuzu University with an upper second-class bachelor's degree in nursing and midwifery. I Joined the Malawi-Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme in 2021 and is currently working as a research nurse in the Maternal Health group. I am passionate about sexual and reproductive health in women and adolescent girls.