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Tariq Khanzada, Professor in Computer Information Systems, at the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, King AbdulAziz University, Jeddah,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia He was also a Professor at the Department of Computer Systems Engineering, Faculty of Electrical, Electronic & Computer Engineering, Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro, 76062, Sindh, Pakistan. His interest is on Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Information Systems Engineering, Wireless indoor positioning, Data Sciences, Signal Processing, have 50+ International Conferences and Journal publications, member of IEEE, ACM, PEC, and other boards and academic bodies, reviewer of IEEE transactions on comm, AI journal, and several conferences, member of the board of studies and board of faculties, got grants of multiple research projects and papers, co-author of a book and book chapters, have 20+ years academic experience of teaching in European and Asian universities.
Worku Jimma, Ph.D. in Health Information Management from Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran, Masters of Knowledge and Information Management from Ghent University, Belgium, MSc in Aquaculture from Ghent University, Belgium. Lecturer, January 2012 to Date, at Jimma University, Ethiopia. Currently, Dean of Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Jimma Institute of Technology, Jimma University. Number of Publications = 25, Google Scholar h-index = 5
I am a seasoned Data Management/Monitoring and Evaluation Professional with decades of excellence in IT Management, Health System Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation, Geographic Information systems (GIS), Mobile Phone Data Collation solutions, provisioning, and data management for health systems.
I have an MSc. In Information Technology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Information Technology and B. Tech degree in Computer Science from Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi – Nigeria, and currently undergoing a PhD. in Information technology with the Central University of Nicaragua. My job portfolio over the years has included Health Interventions Data Management, Mobile Application development for strengthening health systems, Project Management, ICT, Geographic Information System (GIS), Monitoring and Evaluation, and Learning.
I have excellent communications skills, including writing and teaching. I have worked on many Health Interventions/Projects using IT and Office Tools including real-time data acquisition, data management, quality improvement, and assurance, and health systems strengthening using qualitative and quantitative data collection and collation.
I have an excellent work ethic and good user interaction skills due to my background in computer science and information technology backed up with over 13 years of managing Health Interventions using appropriate technology innovations.
Presently I work as the technical officer focusing on mHealth, Monitoring, and Evaluation, GIS focal lead for the East and Southern African countries, for World Health Organization (WHO) based in Harare – Zimbabwe. I am a Nigerian by Nationality.
In the past 5 years, my role has metamorphosed into Planning, overseeing, architecting, developing, and implementing system operating policies. Development of procedures to improve the performance and stability of the various application systems supported by WHO in the African region especially mobile software development, Geographic Information Systems, databases, documents, and archiving systems.
I have participated in the pioneering of using Mobile Phone Applications on Open-Source Platform for collating Monitoring and Evaluation systemic processes in WHO Nigeria and the African Regional Office of WHO for the past 10 years ranging from EPI activities, Routine Immunization, Case-based Surveillance, and LQAs. I have been in supervisory/team leadership roles for the past 15 years in Project Management, Mobile application development for strengthening health systems, Managing GIS, Data Management, and Monitoring and Evaluation; of which 12 years have been in the United Nations System.
Morteza Saki, Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer in Bacterial infectious disease at the Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences | Ahvaz, Iran · Department of Microbiology. He is currently working on mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance and the Bioinformatics mapping of the ESKAPE Pathogens, especially Klebsiella pneumonia. Dr Saki is interested in the use of bioinformatics database to determine the global distribution of resistance to agents of disease outbreaks
Stanley C. Onuoha, B, Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D., is a Professor in Biotech at Ebonyi State University, Nigeria. He earned his B.Sc, M.Sc & Ph.D. degrees in Microbiology from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria. He is using bioinformatics tools to conduct in silico studies on novel tropical pandemics and spatiotemporal epidemiological disease modelers for epidemics studies
Charles Drago Kato BVM, MSc, MSc, Ph.D. is an S/L in Clinical Immun and Molecular Genetics, translation biomarker science , and Clinical informatics @ MUK Uganda. His Ph.D. from MUK was supported by CARTA/Afrique One Consortium. He holds an M. Sc in Struct/Mol Biol [Univ- Lon] & BVM/M.Sc. in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, [MUK]. Dr Kato, is parasitic immunologist with interest in the use of big data to answer difficult epidemiological questions
Pwaveno H. Bamaiyi is a Professor in Veterinary Public Health Epidemiology at the University of Jos, Nigeria. Prof Pwaveno H. Bamaiyi has a special skill in the use of Spatiotemporal Epidemiologic Modeler (STEM) Epidemiological software to monitor and analyze the distribution of diseases including the use of bioinformatics tools in animal genomics and translational sc research
Esumeh FI is a Professor in Medical Microbiology and Parasitology with a special interest in Epidemiology of Bact research, @ the Dept of Microbiology and Para, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria. Professor Esumeh FI is an Environmental Microbiologists working on the integration of bioinformatics in bioremediation to clean up the environment for sustainable dev
Ihongbe JC is a Professor of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology with a special interest in yeast research, currently at the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Babcock University, Nigeria. Professor JC Ihongbe is interested in precision and computational diagnostics in other to impact advances and innovations in clinical genomics and bioinformatics in resource-poor settings
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