Dr. Geoffrey Ayebazibwe
- Kabale University School of Medicine (KABSOM)
- Department of Pharmacology
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- M.Sc. Pharmacology, MUST; MBChB, MUST; PGDCT ,Universite Montpellier.
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Dr. Geoffrey Ayebazibwe is a Lecturer of Pharmacology in the Department of Pharmacology of Kabale School of Medicine at Kabale University. Pursuing a Doctorate of Academic and Research Medicine and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Trials from the Universite Montpellier in France (2020), has Masters of Science in Pharmacology from Mbarara University of Science and Technology (2018) and obtained his first degree in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery also from Mbarara University of Science and Technology in 2008.
Since 2017, I continue to undergo professional training from several International institutions globally such as the University of California, John Hopkins University, University of Edinburgh, University of London, University of Cape town, University of Sydney, Micro Research Canada to mention but a few. This has been vital for the leadership and research roles I go through daily from the time of joining Pharmacology Departments of the Western Uganda Universities.
Born on 1 st March 1983 in Uganda, I am a Medical Pharmacologist in Africa with a broad background in medicine and drug development in non-communicable diseases plus infectious diseases prevention and management. Over time, I provided technical leadership and media talk shows to improve health service delivery in Uganda. I have worked as a medical professional in a number of Sub Saharan Institutions that inspires better health in Africa.
|Study Program||University / Institution||Ward||Year|
|Post Graduate diploma in Clinical Trials||Universite Montpellier in France||Diploma||2020|
|Masters of Science in Pharmacology||Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST)||Masters||2018|
|Bachelor of Medicine and
Bachelor of Surgery
|Mbarara University of Science and Technology||Degree||2008|
|Uganda Certificate of Advance Education||St. Joseph’s Vocational school||Certificate||2002|
|Subject||University / Institution||Date|
|Drug Development||University of California San Diego||2021|
|Understanding Research Methods||University of London||2021|
|Research Proposal: Initiating Research||University of California Davis||2021|
|Healthcare Data Quality and Governance|
|Researcher Management and Leadership training||University of Colorado||2021|
|Introduction to Clinical Data Science|
|Understanding Clinical Research: Behind the Statistics||University of Cape Town||2021|
|Using Clinical health data for better Healthcare||University of Sydney||2021|
|Research Data Management and Sharing||University of North Carolina and University of Edinburgh||2021|
|Introduction to Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis||Johns Hopkins University||2021|
|Design and Interpretation of Clinical Trials|
|Faster Together, Enhancing the Recruitment of Minorities in Clinical Trial||Vanderbilt University||2021|
|Data Management for Clinical Research|
|Project Management Project||University of California Irvine||2021|
|Managing Project Risk and Change|
|Initiating and Planning Projects|
|Budgeting and Scheduling Projects|
|Study Designs in Epidemiology||Imperial College of London||2021|
|Micro research||Micro research Canada and MUST||2018|
|Responsible Conduct of Research||MUST Research Training Initiative||2017|
|Introduction to Intellectual Property||MUST Research Training Initiative||2017|
- Drug Development
- Animal Research
- A study of pharmacovigilance in three hospitals of Bushenyi District assessing factors associated with adverse drug reaction reporting among health care workers
- Antibacterial activity of Tetradenia Riparia and Bidens pilosa activity on Methicillin resistant Staphlocococcus aureus
- Assessment of antibacterial effects of Hibiscus Sabdariffa against isolated Staphyococcus aureus.
Health talk shows on Tv West
- Medical Lecturer pedagogical skills.
- Healthcare simulations skills.
- Computer Literacy skills plus T3 Trainers skills.
English, French, Swahili, Luganda, Bemba, Runyankole and Rukiga