Michael is a hard working Biochemist, Teacher and Dental officer, with interest in various areas of teaching and research, that include Dentistry, Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry and Education.

He has been lecturing in different universities since 2006, giving Him vast experience in the education sector. Learning is a life process and so He believes any time is a good time to acquire new skills and knowledge.

Being a type 1 Diabetic since the age of 5, He has picked up interest in research about the management of type 1 DM, such as the use of plant extracts that contain phytochemicals, in the management of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes predisposes one to Neuropathy, Retinopathy, Nephropathy and other diseases such as Tuberculosis, and this has widened His scope of research interest into the above areas, so as to find ways to limiting the damage caused by these conditions.

Michael holds a Master of Science in Biochemistry (2016, kampala International University), Bachelor of Science Chemistry major-Biology minor, with Education (2006, Mbarara University of Science and Technology) and Diploma in Public Health Dentistry (2001, Mulago Paramedical Training Schools).


MSc. Master of Science in Biochemistry (Kampala International University)-2016,

BSc. Bachelor of Science with Education in Chemistry & Biology (Mbarara University of Science and Technology)-2006

Dip.PHD, Diploma in Public Health Dentistry (Mulago Paramedical Training Schools) 2001.

Research Interests

Clinical Biochemistry

Nutritional Biochemistry

Molecular Biology





Michael Tirwomwe, Isaac Echoru , Richard Maseruka, Kyobe Ronald Kimanje ,and Wilson Byarugaba . (2019) . Hypoglycemic and Toxic Effect of Morus mesozygia Leaf Extract on the Liver and Kidneys of Alloxan-Induced Hyperglycemic Wistar Rats . Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine


Mutuku Irene, Kinyi Hellen Wambui, Kirimuhuzya Claude, Tirwomwe Michael, Dr. Simon Peter Musinguzi, Prof. Everd Maniple December, 2020


  • Buyinza Ronald (December 2017). Assessment of dispensing practices at Ruharo Mission Hospital, Mbarara.
  • Silvano Ngabirano (November, 2016). Antibacterial effect of Bidens pilossa on selected enteric bacteria. Kampala International University – Western Campus.
  • Grace Carolyne Walegwa Mwawasi (November 2013). Effect of preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) on expectant mothers during the period between February 2002 and July 2013 attending Ishaka Adventist Hospital. Kampala International University – Western Campus.
  • Dub Halake Dido (July, 2013). The community perception about mentally ill patients in katungu village of ishaka division. Kampala International University – Western Campus.
  • Hadija Waithera Juma (June, 2013). Prevalence of premenstrual syndome among nulliparous female medical students in kampala international university-western campus. Kampala International University – Western Campus.
  • Hassan M. Kosi (February 2013). Predisposing factors to bubonoceles, among patients attending Isiolo General Hospital between January and December 2012. Kampala International University – Western Campus.


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