On July 4, 2016, Prof. Abdoulaye Djimde - Director, Developing Excellence in Leadership and Genetic training for Malaria Elimination (DELGEME) in sub-Saharan Africa, the University of Science, Techniques and Technologies of Bamako (Mali) visited CEBIB. The Director-DELGEME and his team also toured other African institutions that offer training programs in Bioinformatics.


SPS Boardroom
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CEBIB MSc. Biotechnology student, Ms. Sharon Chepkemoi Towett, participated in UNESCO‐Merck Africa Research Summit held on 28th - 29th November, 2016 at Capital Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The second UNESCO‐Merck Africa Research Summit 2016 was organised by Merck, the world’s oldest pharmaceutical and Chemical company.


Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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The Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics (CEBIB) in collaboration with industry partner, Inqaba Biotec-East Africa Limited (IBEA Ltd), has organized a 4-day workshop on Introduction to Phylogenetics. The course scheduled between 24th - 27th October, 2016 will be hosted at CEBIB Bioinformatics Laboratory based at the College of Biological and Physical Sciences – Chiromo Campus, University of Nairobi.


CEBIB Bioinformatics Lab
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Five CEBIB students attended the 5th Annual Biosafety Pre-Conference Training at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS), Nairobi Kenya on 15-16 August, 2016.  The students are: Elizabeth Amady, Henry Ondabu, Patrick Apando, Betty Kerubo and Collins Owino.

The theme of the conference was: “Strengthening global, regional, national collaboration partnerships and capacity towards meeting international obligations in Biosafety.” It was organized by the National Biosafety Authority (NBA), Kenya.

Kenya School of Monetary Studies
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