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Profile Interview with Dr Mulinda Nyirenda

Dr Yohane Gadama -YG (MMJ Intern) talks to Dr Mulinda Nyirenda (MN), Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Specialist at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) to share her role in the shaping of the country’s Acute (Emergency and Trauma) Care services, training of health workers and her research interests. YG: Tell us about your personal and academic background? […]

Profile Interview – Prof Terrie Taylor

MMJ talks to Prof Terrie Taylor (TT) on her personal background, her role in Malaria research and the current work she is doing, and the March for science campaigns that she has been championing. YG: Tell us about your personal and professional background? TT:  I was born and raised in Traverse City, Michigan (USA). My […]

Profile Interview: Dr. Patrick Dongosolo Kamalo – Consultant Neurosurgeon at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital

YG: Please, tell me about your personal and professional background. PDK: I was born and raised in Thyolo District, in the tea estates. My mother was a nurse and my father was an agriculture officer, working in the tea estates. I started my primary school when I was 4 years old, quite an early age […]

Profile Interview: Prof. Stephen Gordon

“This tree has to be rooted in Malawi, has to be relevant to Malawi, has to address problems that are locally important, has to be grounded well in its departments, has to have branches that can produce good fruits.” Fanuel Bickton (FB) and Yohane Gadama (YG) interview Prof. Stephen Gordon (SG) on his background, his […]

Profile Interview: Dr. Sufia Dadabhai

“I believe that through high quality, collaborative research and training opportunities, we can create a world in which every person has the opportunity to live a healthy, long life….” Fanuel Bickton (FB), an MMJ intern, speaks with Dr. Sufia Dadabhai (SD) on her personal and professional background, her position as the current Director of the […]

Profile Interview: Fanuel Bickton talks to Prof. Rob Moodie on his public health career in noncommunicable diseases

[PDF] “Get up. Do good. Be good. Be.” © 2017 The College of Medicine and the Medical Association of Malawi. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/) FB: Brief me on your personal and professional background.  RM: I […]