Denis Omali holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Laboratory Technology of Makerere University. With 7 years of clinical and research laboratory experience, Denis holds immense knowledge and technical skills in laboratory medicine, that he believes the same should be transferred to other early career scientists through teaching, research and capacity development.

Mr. Omali’s wealth of research experience stems from the mentorship and collaborations natured to him by the Infectious Diseases Institute, where he is supported as a Fogarty fellow, and trained in a multitude of data management and research ethics courses such as EpiData, EpiInfo, STATA, SPSS, RCR, HSP, GCP, GCLP among others. With the zeal to foster strong ties between the research and social arenas, Denis pursued certificate courses in Implementation Research by University of Ghana and Health Systems Strengthening by the University of Melbourne.

Mr. Omali’s laboratory practice is backed-up by he’s IATA certification and LQMS skills obtained from Saf-T-Pak and ASCPi respectively. It is through such professional trainings that Denis delivers top-quality laboratory research out-puts, with a strong-hold command in Analytical Method Development and Validation for HPLC and LCMS.

For the years Denis has supported Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology research through the laboratory and other laboratory areas, Denis is a member of the Pharmacogenomics Global Research Network and the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

 

 

 

Qualifications

Bachelor of Biomedical Laboratory Technology (BLT), Mak.

Certificate in Health Systems Strengthening (HSS), Melb

Research Interests

Analytical method Development and Validation for HPLC, LC-MS

Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology

Laboratory diagnostics

Infectious Diseases

Mental Health

NCDs

Teaching and Mentorship

Publications

Allan Kengo, Ruth Nabisere, Kamunkhwala Gausi, Joseph Musaazi, Allan Buzibye, Denis Omali, Rob Aarnoutse, Mohammed Lamorde, Kelly E Dooley, Derek James Sloan, Paolo Denti, Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire . (2023) . Dolutegravir pharmacokinetics in Ugandan patients with TB and HIV receiving standard-versus high-dose rifampicin . Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, [online] Volume 67(11), pp. e00430-23. Available at: https://journals.asm.org/doi/full/10.1128/aac.00430-23
Allan Kengo, Kamunkhwala Gausi, Ruth Nabisere, Joseph Musaazi, Allan Buzibye, Denis Omali, Rob Aarnoutse, Mohammed Lamorde, Kelly E Dooley, Derek James Sloan, Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire, Paolo Denti . (2023) . Unexpectedly low drug exposures among Ugandan patients with TB and HIV receiving high-dose rifampicin . Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, [online] Volume 67(11), pp. e00431-23. Available at: https://journals.asm.org/doi/full/10.1128/aac.00431-23

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More Information

Laboratory Quality Management Systems – ASCPi

IATA certification – SAF-T-PAK Inc.

Implementation Research (IR-IDP) – University of Ghana and the UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO, TDR

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