College of Medicine

The College of Medicine (CoM) was established in 1991 as a constituent college within the University of Malawi (UNIMA). It is the only medical school in Malawi. The CoM has gradually grown from a program with an intake of 10-15 students per year and a handful of Malawian faculty, to a program with a medical student intake of on average 60 per year with 110 faculty members, of whom approximately 67% are Malawians. To date the college has graduated over 250 medical doctors. The CoM recently commenced undergraduate courses in Pharmacy and Medical Laboratory Technology in 2006. Read more about CoM

University of Malawi

50 Year of Excellence in Education

Malaria

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Listing Staff Interested In Malaria

Dr. Gertrude Kalanda-Chapotera

Senior Lecturer

<div align="justify"> <p>Dr Gertrude Kalanda Chapotera is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Public Health Department at the university of Malawi College of Medicine (COM). She has vast work experience in public and donor partner institutions. Dr. Chapotera‚Äôs research interests are in adolescent health, infectious disease epidemiology with a focus […]

Prof Kamija Phiri

Professor in Clinical Epidemiology, Public Health Dept.
Director, Training & Research Unit of Excellence (TRUE)
College of Medicine, University of Malawi
Honorary Lecturer, University of Liverpool
Visiting Lecturer, University of Zambia

Kamija Phiri, a professor in Clinical Epidemiology, leads the School of Public Health and Family Medicine. He is an alumni of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and also the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the UK where he did his postgraduate studies. He is a recipient […]

Dr Anja Terlouw

Clinical Lecturer Malaria group lead MLW

A medical epidemiologist with more than 15 years of experience in the field of malaria. She trained at the university of Amsterdam (MD, PhD) and Erasmus university (MSc clin epidemiology). Her research interests include the development of improved (sub-)district malaria monitoring and evaluation methods, and optimizing malaria case-management and dosing […]

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