University of Nairobi

Human Pathology Staff among top performers at PC and Staff Recognition Award Ceremony

It was a joyous occasion as Ms. Beatrice Omweri, Senior Technologist, was awarded as one of the top performers at the University of Nairobi (UON) Performance Contracting and Staff Recognition Awards FY 2020/2021 Ceremony. 

The event occurred at Taifa Hall on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 and was presided by Vice Chancellor Prof. Stephen Kiama. 

Ms. Beatrice tied in the second position together with three other staff members in the Non Teaching Staff category from the Faculty of Health Sciences. 

Haemophilia Youth of Africa workshop in Mauritius

Patients in Africa with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders between ages of 18-35 met in Mauritius to participate in the first workshop of its own kind on leadership and community engagement to empower them in supporting their national member organization in the continent.

A total of 14 participants from English speaking countries were invited for a two-day workshop.

Minimally Invasive Techniques Surveillance team Rwanda visit

A Minimally Invasive Techniques Surveillance team from the Department of Human Pathology visited the University Teaching Hospital of Kigali and the University Teaching Hospital of Butare in Rwanda on 20th-31st January, 2020.

The visit was aimed at assessing the implementation of minimally invasive techniques surveillance in forensic autopsies.

The team was led by Dr. Edwin Walong.