DICKSON NDOBOLI

DICKSON NDOBOLI

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