NDOBOLI DICKSON holds a Masters degree in infectious disease management  and BSC in biomedical sciences from Makerere University Uganda. After graduating with my first degree, i worked as a visiting researcher  at Nihon University of biosecurity Japan were i trained in cell culture technics for viral pathogens like LSD, ASF, NDV, IBDV in 2013. In 2015 i had 4 month research stay at ther Frei university Berlin institute of food hygiene laboratory were i worked on Salmonella resistance and  serotyping. In 2016 i recieved Masters scholarship cofunded by ILRI and DAAD and studied AMR in salmonella which i completed in 2018. in 2019 i recieved an ABCF-BECA fellowship to study the use of anteretroviral drugs by poultry and pig farmers in Uganda. In 2020 i recieved a PhD fellowship to study transmission dynamics of AMR at the Poultry-Human-Enviroment interface in Uganda through the ILRI-BMZ project called the BUILD uganda project. Am currently admitted to Makerere University for the PhD with my research work based at the BFR institute in Berlin

My Projects


Boosting Uganda’s investment in livestock development

My Blog Posts

The problem of using human medication to treat free-range poultry in Soroti, Uganda