Professor George Magoha CV,The New Education Cabinet Secretary

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Here is the CV for Professor George Magoha

CURRICULUM VITAE

PROFESSOR GEORGE A.O. MAGOHA

IOM, MBS, EBS, MBBS, FKNAS, FWACS, FICS, FCS (ECSA), FAAS, FMCS (Urol.)

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS  
TABLE OF CONTENTS ………………………………………………………………………….. 2
PERSONAL DATA ………………………………………………………………………………… 4
PERSONAL STATEMENT ……………………………………………………………………….. 1
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND ……………………………………………………………… 17
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS ………………………………………………………………. 18
PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL REGISTRATION …………………………………………….. 19
HONOURS AND AWARDS …………………………………………………………………….. 19
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SURGICAL CAREER ………………………………. 20
SOME SELECTED INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS  
ENGAGEMENTS AS VICE CHANCELLOR, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI 2005-  
2015 …………………………………………………………………………………………. 21
ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS AS PRESIDENT OF  

ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL COUNCILS OF AFRICA (AMCOA) – 2013-201842

 

ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE LAST NINE YEARS AS CHAIRMAN OF THE MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND DENTISTS BOARD OF KENYA (MPDBK) –

2009-2018 ………………………………………………………………………………….. 43
ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS AS VICE CHANCELLOR,  
UNIVESITY OF NAIROBI, 2005-2015 ……………………………………………….. 45
CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITIES AT KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL …………… 48
ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AS CHAIRMAN OF…… 48
THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY AND AS PROFESSOR OF ……. 48
SURGERY …………………………………………………………………………………………. 48
ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AS DEAN OF THE …… 49
FACULTY OF MEDICINE FROM 2000 TO 2001 ………………………………………. 49
ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES AS THE PRINCIPAL OF THE  
COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI  
(2001-2002) ………………………………………………………………………………… 49
ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES AS DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR IN  
CHARGE OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF50
NAIROBI ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 50
B.  ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SPECIFIC TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ………… 52
NAIROBI COUNCIL, 2000-DATE …………………………………………………………… 52
OTHER SERVICES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COUNCIL …………………. 53
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS AND  
CONFERENCES ATTENDED …………………………………………………………… 58
SOME SELECTED LOCAL UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT AND COUNCIL  
SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS ATTENDED …………………………………………… 60
SOME SPECIFIC CONFERENCES OF INTEREST 1983-1994: ……………………… 64
SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED DURING 1995………. 65
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 1996 ……………………………….. 66
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 1997 ……………………………….. 67
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 1998 ……………………………….. 67
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN1999 ………………………………… 68
SOME SELECTED ACADEMIC CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN  
2000-2004 ………………………………………………………………………………….. 69
UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING ……………………………………………………………… 70
POST GRADUATE TEACHING AND SUPERVISION …………………………………….. 70
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OTHER ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AT THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT OF

 

SURGERY……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 71

 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS AND GRANTS…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 84

RESEARCH COLLABORATION…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 84

 

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAUNCHES FOR DRUGS USED FOR

 

TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION………………………………………………………………………. 84

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 86

 

REFEREES……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8

 

    CURRICULUM VITAE          
PERSONAL DATA                    
NAME: GEORGE ALBERT OMORE MAGOHA  
DATE OF BIRTH: 2ND JULY, 1952          
PLACE OF BIRTH: KISUMU, KENYA          
NATIONALITY: KENYAN              
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED TO DR. (MRS.)O. B. MAGOHA
CHILDREN: DR. MICHAEL AUGUSTUS MAGOHA  
LANGUAGES: ENGLISH, KISWAHILI, LUHYA, LUO  
COUNTRIES VISITED: AUSTRALIA, BRAZIL, BELGIUM, BENIN,
    BURUNDI, CANADA, CAMEROON, CHINA,
    CUBA, CZECH REPUBLIC,  DEMOCRATIC
    REPUBLIC  OF  CONGO,  DENMARK,  EGYPT,
    ETHIOPIA,   FRANCE, GABON, GERMANY,
    GHANA,   HONG KONG,INDIA, ITALY,
    IRELAND, ISRAEL,IVORY COAST, JAPAN,
    LESOTHO,   LIBYA, LUXEMBERG,
    MAURITIUS, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA,
    NIGERIA, NETHERLANDS, PERU, QATAR,
    RWANDA,   SENEGAL, SIERRA LEONE,
    SUDAN, SWAZILAND, SWEDEN, SOUTH
    AFRICA, SPAIN, SWITZERLAND, TANZANIA,
    TOGO,THAILAND,TUNISIA,   TURKEY,
    UGANDA,   UNITED ARABA EMIRATES,
    UNITED  KINGDOM,  UNITED  STATES  OF
    AMERICA, RUSSIA, ZAMBIA, ZIMBABWE
FORMER ADMINISTRATIVE PRESIDENT, ASSOCIATION OF    
POSITION: MEDICAL COUNCILS OF AFRICA (AMCOA)
    FOR 5 YEARS – 2013-2018      
    FORMER  VICE-CHANCELLOR   OF  THE
    UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI FOR 10 YEARS,
    2005-2015              
CURRENT ADMINISTRATIVE CHAIRMAN KENYA NATIONAL    
POSITION: EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL (KNEC)
    2016 – TO-DATE          
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PERSONAL STATEMENT

 

Professionally, I am a top grade Professor of Urological and Transplant Surgery since 2000 at the University of Nairobi trained in Nigeria, Ghana, Ireland and United Kingdom. I am further trained in Executive Management at Stanford University. My cutting edge original research on prostate, penile, and testicular cancer, erectile dysfunction and circumcision among others continue to positively impact on my international colleagues and Global thematic area.

 

Administratively, I am a firm hands on and results oriented transformative leader practicing professionalism, team work and team spirit rather than command and control. I have ten years’ experience as Vice Chancellor University of Nairobi having been the very first public servant to be competitively appointed in January 2005 in Kenya. I formed a synergistic team based entirely on merit and ability to produce results completely devoid of ethnic considerations. As team leader we formulated the first ever strategic plan for the University of Nairobi which was revised twice during my tenure. This formed the basis of complete reorganization of all University systems commencing with prudent computerized financial management, right sizing of units, staff, students, ISO certification, Rapid Result Initiatives (RRI), Performance Contracting, formulation and implementation of various University policies and the mainstreaming of Research and Innovation and Student Affairs among many others. Strict financial, staff, and student discipline together with various operational strategies resulted in the smooth running of the University for ten years of my stewardship without loss of time for the first time in history. At national level as chairman of Vice Chancellors

 

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Committee I dealt with national academic and staff labour issues through Inter University Councils Consultative Forum (IPUCCF) of the Federation of Kenya Employers. Professionally I have been a member of the Medical practitioners and Dentists Board since 1999 and Chairman since 2009 to date.

 

 

During this period I established extensive international Academic and Management Linkages and Networks having visited over one hundred

 

Universities during the ten years as Vice Chancellor. This Transformative leadership resulted in the increased visibility and internationalization of the university which has been top in the region for several years and was number 7 in Africa and 855 in the world according to Webometrics Rankings of January 2015 at the completion of my term as Vice Chancellor.

 

Internationally my leadership qualities were recognized by the Association of African Universities (AAU) where I have been the longest serving member of the Governing Board in history 2005 to 2017, Vice President and President, member of the Global Council of Confucius Institute representing Africa in Beijing China where again am the longest serving member , Chairman of African Network for Scientific and Technological Institutions (ANSTI) Governing Board from 2010 to present and President of the Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) from 2013 to date

 

I am an avid fund raiser with a direct individual track record of over 500 million Shillings towards infrastructure development of the College of Health Sciences and Main Campus, and collectively several billions with other colleagues for research at the College of Health Sciences. I also hold several Presidential, Medical Professional, Academic & International Honors and Awards

 

Prior to being appointed the Vice Chancellor of the University of Nairobi, I served as Chairman of the academic Department of Surgery, and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. During this period, I fundraised internationally to construct and furnish the current Dean’s Office, and the Principal’s Office including the College Committee room. The funds were also used to refurbish and furnish the College boardroom and Registry at the College of Health Sciences. I also later served as Principal of the College and Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Administration and Finance.

 

SOME OF THE MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING WITH INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (DURING MY TENURE AS VICE CHANCELLOR –

 

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI) RESULTING VISIBILITY AND INTERNATIONALIZATION OF THE UNIVERSITY

 

Year 2005

 

  1. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Canada

 

  1. University of Florida, Florida United States of America

 

  1. African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), New York United States of America

 

  1. Family Health  International  (FHI),  Boston  Massachusetts  United

 

States of America

 

  1. University of Toronto, Toronto Canada

 

  1. Tianjin Normal University, Tianjin China

 

  1. United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP)

 

  1. Friendship University of Russia, Moscow Russia

 

  1. Saint Luke’s College of Nursing,Tokyo Japan

 

  1. Makerere University, Kampala Uganda

 

  1. International Aids Vaccine initiative (IAVI), New York United States of America
  2. European Commission, Brussels Belgium

 

  1. University of Dar Es Salaam, Dar Es Salaam Tanzania

 

  1. Eduardo Modlande University, Maputo Mozambique

 

  1. British Ecological Society, London United Kingdom

 

  1. Mekelle University, Tigray North East Ethiopia

 

  1. Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre (IHRDC), Tanzania

 

  1. University of Peace, Costa Rica

 

  1. African Institute of Biomedical Science and Technology, Harare Zimbabwe

 

  1. Humboldt Universitaet, Berlin Germany

 

  1. International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva Switzerland

 

  1. African Virtual University

 

  1. African Institute for Capacity Building and Development (AICAD)

 

  1. Emory University, Atlanta Georgia United States of America

 

  1. Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa Ethiopia

 

 

  1. National Plant Genetic Resources Centre, Arusha Tanzania

 

  1. Mekelle University,Tigray North East Ethiopia

 

  1. Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto, Toronto Canada

 

  1. Institute of Education, University of London, London United Kingdom

 

  1. University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria

 

  1. Tokyo Foundation (Sasakawa Fellowship Fund), Tokyo Japan

 

  1. The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London United Kingdom

 

  1. F+U University of Cooperative Education, Heidelberg Germany

 

  1. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Switzerland

 

  1. McGill University, Montreal Canada

 

  1. Hahn-Meitiner Institut, Berlin Germany

 

  1. Universidad Politecnika De Madrid Spain

 

  1. Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universitat, Bonn Germany

 

  1. Pathfinder International, Boston Massachusetts United States of America

 

  1. Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg Sweden

 

Year 2008

 

  1. Miami University , Oxford Ohio United States of America

 

  1. Hamburg University, Hamburg Germany

 

  1. University of Florida, Florida United States of America

 

  1. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Canada

 

  1. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), New York United States of America

 

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  1. United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Vienna Austria

 

  1. The British Council, London United Kingdom

 

  1. The Space Environment Research Centre, Kyushu University Japan

 

  1. Lund University, Lund Sweden

 

  1. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth South Africa

 

  1. University of Western Michigan, Michigan United States of America

 

  1. University of New Brunswick, New Brunswick Canada

 

  1. University of Guelph, Ontario Canada

 

  1. Wangeningen university, Wangeningen Netherlands

 

  1. University of Copenhagen Danish Research Institute, Copenhagen Denmark

 

  1. Yokohama university, Yokohama Japan

 

  1. University of Sussex, Sussex United Kingdom

 

 

  1. Miami University , Oxford Ohio United States of America

 

Year 2009

 

  1. University of Otago, Dunedin New Zealand

 

  1. Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey United States of America

 

  1. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Liverpool United Kingdom

 

  1. University of DePaul Chicago Illinois United States of America

 

  1. Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo Japan

 

  1. Universitat Salzburg , Salzburg Austria

 

  1. East African School of Journalism

 

  1. University of Kwa Zulu Natal, Durban South Africa

 

  1. University of Sydney, Sydney Australia

 

  1. Griffith University, Brisbane Australia

 

  1. International Network of Cancer Treatment and Research, Brussels Belgium

 

  1. Amound University, Somaliland

 

  1. The Global Health Program

 

  1. Aids and Cancer Specimen Resource, Institute of Health,Washington

 

DC, USA

 

  1. Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Czech Republic

 

  1. North Dakota State University, United States of America

 

  1. University of Siena, Siena Italy

 

  1. University of Venda, Limpopo Province South Africa

 

  1. African Malaria Network Dar es salaam Tanzania

 

  1. University of Ontario Faculty of Medicine, Ontario Canada

 

  1. University of Maryland, Baltimore Maryland United States of America

 

  1. The Academy of Korean Studies, Seoul South Korea

 

  1. Nagasaki University School of Dentistry, Nagasaki Japan

 

  1. World Trade Organization (WTO), Geneva Switzerland

 

  1. Remnin University, Beijing China

 

 

  1. University of Massachusetts ,Boston Massachusetts United States of America

 

  1. University of Arizona Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Projects, Arizona United States of America

 

  1. Mzumbe University, Morogoro Tanzania

 

  1. University of Alberta, Alberta Canada

 

  1. Kent State University, Kent Ohio United States of America

 

 

  1. Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin China

 

 

  1. University of Botswana, Gaborone Botswana

 

  1. University of Cape Town, Cape Town South Africa

 

  1. University of Zambia, Lusaka Zambia

 

  1. University of Zimbabwe, Harare Zimbabwe

 

  1. University of Dar es salaam, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

 

 

  1. Tongji University, Shanghai China

 

  1. African Network Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAPE)

 

  1. Centre for Health Research and Development, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Denmark

 

  1. Hoffman La Roche Limited

 

  1. Soka University, Tokyo Japan

 

  1. Columbia University, New York United States of America

 

 

  1. New Mexico Institute of Minning and Technology, New Mexico United

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States of America

 

 

  1. University of Washington. Seattle, Washington Seattle United States of America

 

  1. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Rome Italy

 

 

  1. Environmental Council of Zambia, Lusaka Zambia

 

Year 2011

 

  1. University of Helsinki, Helsinki Finland

 

  1. Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio United States of America

 

  1. Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

 

  1. University of Prince Edward Island, Prince Edward Island Canada

 

  1. Rockefeller Foundation, New York United States of America

 

  1. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul South Korea

 

  1. Umutara Polytechnic, Nyagatare Rwanda

 

  1. University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch South Africa

 

  1. American Political Science Association, Washington DC United States of America

 

  1. University of Hohenheim Stuttgart, Germany

 

  1. Mercer University College of Pharmacy, Atlanta Georgia United States of America

 

  1. University of Ghana Legon, Accra Ghana

 

  1. University of Lausanne, Lausanne Switzerland

 

  1. Fachhoschule Karntern Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria

 

  1. University of Oxford, Oxford United Kingdom

 

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  1. University of Minnesota Duluth Campus Medical School, Minnesota United States of America

 

  1. University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg Sweden

 

  1. Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa
  2. Makerere University, Kampala Uganda

 

  1. Kanazawa University, Kanazawa Japan

 

  1. University of Salford, Manchester United Kingdom

 

  1. University of California Los Angeles Campus, Los Angeles United States of America

 

  1. University of Geneva, Geneva Switzerland

 

  1. Zengzhou University, Henan Province China

 

  1. Holland College, Prince Edward Island Canada

 

  1. Royal Veterinary College, London United Kingdom

 

 

 

 

  1. University of Namibia, Windhoek Namibia

 

  1. Beijing Industrial Design Centre, Beijing China

 

  1. Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo Japan

 

  1. University Marien Nguabi, Republic of Congo

 

  1. University of Somalia, Mogadishu Somalia

 

  1. Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China

 

  1. University Centre for El Turf of the Peoples Democratic Republic of Algeria, Algiers Algeria

 

  1. North Eastern University, Boston Massachusetts United States of

 

 

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America Shanghai Finance University, Shanghai China

 

  1. University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai China

 

  1. Hunan Normal University, Hunan Province China

 

  1. Dalhousie University, Halifax Nova Scotia Canada

 

  1. Beijing Industrial Design Centre, Beijing China

 

  1. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh United Kingdom

 

  1. University College London, London United Kingdom

 

  1. University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States of America

 

  1. University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia

 

  1. University of Columbia Centre for Sustainable Urban Development Earth institute New York United States of America

 

  1. Lanzhou University, Lanzhou China

 

  1. University College London,United Kingdom

 

  1. University of Jyvaskylla, Jyvaskyila Finland

 

  1. University of San Francisco University, San Francisco United States of America

 

  1. Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul South Korea

 

  1. Brisbane Institute of Strengths and Best Practice, Brisbane Australia

 

  1. University of Juba, Juba South Sudan

 

  1. World Economic Forum (Framework for Partner Institutes of Global Competitiveness and Benchmarking Network ), Geneva Switzerland

 

  1. University of Ghent, Ghent Belgium

 

  1. University of Stavanger, Stavanger Norway

 

  1. Shiga University of Medical Sciences, Shiga Japan

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  1. University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris France

 

  1. Kalamazoo University, Michigan United States of America

 

  1. College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria

 

  1. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna Austria

 

  1. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Paris France

 

  1. Pfizer Laboratories Pty Limited

Year 2013

  1. University of Reading, Reading United Kingdom

 

  1. San Francisco State University, San Francisco United States of America

 

  1. Tufts university, Boston Massachusetts United States of America

 

  1. International Business School, Sao Paolo Brazil

 

  1. University of Western Ontario, Ontario Canada

 

  1. University of Gimcheon ,Gyeongsang Province South Korea

 

  1. African Medical and Research Foundation ( AMREF)

 

  1. Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt Germany

 

  1. International Organization for Migration (IOM), Geneva Switzerland

 

  1. United Nations

 

  1. Osaka in the World Committee (OIW) Osaka Japan

 

  1. International Centre for Tropical agriculture (CIAT)

 

  1. Linkoping University, Linkoping Sweden

 

  1. Ain Shams University, Cairo Egypt

 

  1. University of Buea, Buea South West Cameroon

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  1. University of Pedagogica , Maputo Mozambique

 

  1. State University of New York, New York United States of America

 

  1. University of Maryland, Baltimore Maryland United States of America
  2. University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun India

 

  1. University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice France

 

  1. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife Nigeria

 

  1. Korea University, Seoul South Korea

 

  1. Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Nara Japan

 

  1. International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Ottawa Canada

 

  1. African Institute of Biomedical Science and Technology (AiBBST), Harare Zimbabwe

 

  1. Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul South Korea

 

  1. University of South Carolina, South Carolina United States of America

 

  1. Colorado State University, Colorado United States of America

 

  1. Debre Markus University, Debre Markus Ethiopia

 

  1. The Ford Foundation, New York United States of America

 

  1. Korea Foundation, Seoul Korea

 

  1. Shanghai Administrative Institute, Shanghai China

 

  1. Karolinska Institute,Stockholm Sweden

 

  1. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington DC United States of America

 

  1. World Health Organization(WHO), Geneva Switzerland

 

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Year 2014

 

  1. University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast Ghana

 

  1. Bonn-Rhein Sieg University, Bonn Germany

 

  1. Hanban The Confucius Institute Headquarters, Beijing China

 

  1. Jimma University, Jimma Ethiopia

 

  1. Nagoya University, Nagoya Japan

 

  1. Free University of Berlin, Berlin Germany

 

  1. Humboldt University, Berlin Germany

 

  1. Research Centre for Toxic Compounds (RETOX) of Masaryk University, Czech Republic

 

  1. State University of New York, New York United States of America

 

  1. Association of Commonwealth Universities, London United Kingdom

 

  1. University of Washington Seattle, Washington Seattle United States of America

 

  1. Namibia Institute of Pathology, Windhoek Namibia

 

  1. Catholic University of South Sudan, Juba South Sudan

 

  1. Bayero University, Kano Nigeria

 

  1. Gazi University, Ankara Turkey

 

  1. West Virginia University, West Virginia United States of America

 

  1. German Institute of Tropical Agriculture (DISTL), University of Kassel Witzenhausen Germany

 

  1. MTT Agrifood Finland, Jokioinen Finland

 

  1. United Nations Office for the High Commissioner of Human Rights (OHCHR), Geneva Switzerland

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  1. Colorado State University, Colorado United States of America

 

  1. University of California, California United States of America

 

  1. Green Belt Movement International North America, Washington DC United States of America
  2. Land ‘O Lakes, United States of America

 

  1. Paraxel International, South Africa

 

  1. IPAS Africa Alliance, North Carolina United States of America

 

  1. Africa Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Arusha Tanzania

 

  1. Eastern and Southern Africa Management Institute, Arusha Tanzania

 

  1. International Finance Corporation (IFC), Washington DC United States of America

 

  1. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Paris France

 

  1. Universidade Pedagogica, Maputo Mozambique

 

SOME OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI POLICIES DEVELOPED AND IMPLEMENTED DURING MY TEN YEAR TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP AS VICE CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI THAT PROPELLED IT TO WORLD CLASS STATUS

  1. Research Policy
  2. Intellectual Property Policy
  3. Open Access Policy
  4. Plagiarism Policy
  5. System of Websites Policy
  6. Records Management Policy
  7. HIV Aids Policy
  8. Disability Mainstreaming Policy
  9. Gender Mainstreaming Policy
  10. Communication Policy
  11. Anti-corruption policy

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  1. Safety Plan
  2. Maintenance and Repair Policy
  3. Human Resource Policy
  4. Policy on Staff Training, Promotion and Establishment (Kagiko Report)
  5. University of Nairobi Service Charter
  6. Prevention of Alcohol and Drug abuse Policy
  7. ICT policy
  8. Extension and Outreach Policy
  9. Environmental Policy

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CURRENT ACADEMIC POSITION:

PROFESSOR            OF             SURGERY

AND  CONSULTANT UROLOGIST

AT    THE    ACADEMIC    DEPARTMENT    OF

SURGERY,            COLLEGE            OF            HEALTH

SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

PROFESSORIAL INAUGURAL LECTURE ENTITLED “Urological Foot Prints in Kenya that Water may Flow”. A story about male Genital Cancer and Dysfunction, delivered at the University of Nairobi on the 9th October, 2003

ADDRESS:                                                                 P O Box 19868-00202 NAIROBI

 

E-MAIL:                                                                         [email protected] [email protected]

PERSONAL STATEMENT

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

1. Jina Primary School, 1960-1963
  Yala:  
2. Dr. David Livingstone 1964-1966
  Primary School, Nairobi:  
3. Starehe Boys Centre 1967-1970
  Nairobi, Kenya  
4. Strathmore College 1971-1973
  Nairobi, Kenya  
5. College Of Medicine Of 1973-1978
  The University Of Lagos:  
6. Lagos University 1979-1985
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Teaching Hospital,

Lagos:

7. Royal College Of Surgeons, 1980
  Dublin Ireland:  
8. Royal Postgraduate 1983
  Medical School  
  Hammersmith Hospital,  
  London Dept. Of Urology:  
9. Stanford University, Graduate 2009
  School Of Business  

 

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

 

  1. B.B.S. University of Lagos in March 1978

 

  1. PRIMARY F.R.C.S. in Dublin Ireland in February, 1980

 

  1. M.C.S. (Nigeria) in Clinical General Surgery in May, 1981

 

  1. M.C.S. (Urol) Nigeria (by Thesis) in July, 1985

 

  1. W.A.C.S. (Fellow West African College of Surgeons) 1990

 

  1. I.C.S. (Fellow, International College of Surgeons) Jan, 1996

 

  1. C.S. (ECSA). (Fellow, College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa) 2002

 

  1. Certificate in Executive Management, Stanford University

 

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PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL REGISTRATION    
Registration with the Nigeria Medical Council 1978
Registration with the General Medical Council,  
The United Kingdom 1983
Registration with the Medical Practitioners 1988
And Dentists Board Of Kenya.  

 

HONOURS AND AWARDS

 

  1. Awarded International Order of Merit and Gold Medal For Research in Cancer of Penis in Africans, 2001

 

  1. Awarded Scientific Achievement Award for Excellent Research in Urology in 2001

 

  1. Cited in Marquis who is who in 2001, who is who in Science and Engineering 2002-2003, and who is who in Medicine and

Health Care in 2002-2003

 

  1. Awarded a Merit Award by the University of Nairobi for Dedicated Service to the University In 2001

 

  1. Awarded Member of the Burning Spear MBS In 2005

 

  1. Awarded Elder of the Burning Spear EBS In 2006

 

  1. Awarded Kenya Medical Association Excellence Award for Service to the Medical Profession in 2008

 

  1. Awarded Distinguished and Dedicated Service to the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board in 2009

 

  1. Awarded Chief of the Burning Spear CBS in 2017

 

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ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SURGICAL CAREER

 

  1. Internship, Lagos University Teaching Hospital:

 

  1. Resident in Surgery, Lagos University Teaching Hospital:

 

  1. Senior House Officer, Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin Ireland (FRCS primary):

 

  1. Senior Resident in Surgery (Urology), at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital:

 

  1. Registrar in Renal Transplant and Urology units Royal Postgraduate Medical School Hammersmith Hospital, London:

 

  1. Senior Resident and clinical lecturer in Surgery at Lagos University Teaching Hospital:

 

  1. Honorary lecturer in Anatomy at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital Lagos, Nigeria

 

  1. Consultant Surgeon and Urologist to the First Foundation and Shoreman Medical Centres, the Motayo Clinic, and The Duro-Soleye Hospital, Ikeja Lagos, Nigeria:

 

  1. Lecturer in Surgery at the University of Nairobi:

 

  1. Senior lecturer in Surgery at the department of Surgery of the University of Nairobi:

 

  1. Associate Professor of Surgery at the department of Surgery of the University of Nairobi:

 

  1. Professor of Surgery at the department of Surgery of the University of Nairobi:

 

ADMINISTRATIVE CAREER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI  
1. Chairman of the Academic Department of Surgery, 1999-2000
  College of Health Sciences of the University of  
  Nairobi:  
2. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, College of Health 2000-2001
  Sciences, University of Nairobi:  
3. Principal, College of Health Sciences of the 2001-2002
  University of Nairobi:  
4. Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Administration 2002-2005
  and Finance of the University of Nairobi:  
5. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nairobi: Jan.2005 to
    Jan. 2015

 

SOME SELECTED INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS ENGAGEMENTS AS VICE CHANCELLOR, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI 2005-2015

 

Association  of  African  Universities  (AAU)  general 20-27 Feb.2005
Conference held at Cape Town, South Africa  
Association of African Universities Executive Board 3-8 Jun.2005
Meeting held in Accra Ghana  
Official   Opening   of   Uongozi   Institute   at   the 15-17 Jul.2005
University at the University of Dar es Salaam, held in  
Dar es Salaam Tanzania  
The First World Chinese Conference held in Beijing 17-25 Jul.2005
China  
To attend the First Regional Universities Forum for 2-4 Aug.2005
Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) General  
Assembly held in Entebbe Uganda  
Meeting with Sub-Committee of the Association of 26-29 Oct.2005
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Africa Universities (AAU) Executive Board, Johannesburg South Africa

 

USHEPIA Meeting at the University of Botswana and 7-12 Nov.2005
to participate in a Fraud, Corruption and Deference    
Conference, Gaborone Botswana    
The First Regional Conference of Vice Chancellor’s, 17-19 Nov.2005
Provosts  and  Deans  of  Science,  Engineering  at    
Technology, Accra Ghana    

 

Meeting of the Interuniversity Council of East Africa (IUCEA) held at Imperial Beach Hotel Entebbe Uganda

 

Conference of the Executive Heads of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) held in the University of Adelaide Australia, Adelaide Australia

 

Sixty Third Association of African Universities (AAU) Executive Board meeting held in Harare Zimbabwe

 

Roundtable Conference of the Confucius Institute Council and Tour Shandong Province in China

 

Inaugural Global Conference of the Association of Commonwealth Universities Public Relations, Marketing and Communication Network held in Toronto Canada

 

Academic Seminar for African University Vice Chancellors and Chinese University Presidents in Changchun City, Jilin Province China

 

Study visit to the Free University of Brussels and other collaborating Institutions (Universities of

 

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Ghent and Antwerp) in the context of the Flemish Interuniversity’s Corporations, Brussels Belgium

 

Assembly of the Council of Confucius Institute Conference at Headquarters in Beijing China

 

International Association of Universities (IAU) Expert’s Seminar on Higher Education for all: The Core of Two Solitudes? held in Maputo Tanzania

 

Association of African Universities (AAU) Executive Board meeting held in Accra Ghana

 

Attended opening of the 2007 Uongozi School, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

 

African Institute for Development (AICAD) Special Joint Coordinating Council (JCC) Meeting – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

 

Second Bienial meeting of the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture held in Entebbe Uganda

 

Conference of Rectors, Vice Chancellors and Presidents of African Universities (COREVIP) held in Tripoli Libya

 

Assembly of the Council of the Confucius Institute Conference at the Headquarters in Beijing China

 

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6-11 Dec.2006

25-26 Jan.2007

 

6-9 Jun.2007

 

13-15 Jul.2007

 

12-15 Aug.2007

 

20-24 Sept.2007

 

21-25 Oct.2007

 

6-12 Dec.2007

Research Tour of the University of Manitoha and signing of the Extended Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Nairobi Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

Attended Management Training at Galilee College Galilee Israel

 

International Labour Organizations (ILO) Annual Meeting in Geneva Switzerland

 

Thirteenth International Association of Universities

 

(IAU)  Conference  at  University  of  Utrecht,  Utrecht

 

Netherlands

 

 

Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) Conference – Kampala, Uganda

 

General Conference of the Executive heads of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) held at Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Hyderabad India

 

Second Global Confucius Institute Conference and Council held at Headquarters in Beijing China

 

Ushepia Scholarship Board meeting at the University of Botswana in Gaberone Botwansa and University of Zambia in Lusaka Zambia

 

Twelfth General Conference of the Association of African Universities (AAU) held in Abuja Nigeria

 

Fourth International Conference on ICT for Development Training and Education – Dakar, Senegal

 

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9-14 Jan.2008

 

24 -28 Jan.2008

 

6-16 Jun.2008

 

14-19 Jul.2008

 

27-30 Jul.2008

27-30 Nov.2008

9-11 Dec.2008

14-18 Mar.2009

4-9 May. 2009

26-30 May 2009

 

Attended the Stanford University Graduate School of 2 Jun. -12 Aug.2009
Business Executive Programme – Stanford, USA  
Quality Assurance Information visit organized by the 20-30 Sep 2009
Inter  a  University  Council  for  East  Africa  (IUCEA)  
jointly with the German Academic Exchange Program  
DAAD held in Bonn, Germany  
Executive Board meeting of the Association of Africa 10-13 Nov.2009
Universities (AAU) held in Accra Ghana  
USHEPIA planning group meeting of Vice chancellors 19-21 Nov 2009
from Universities of Cape Town,  Botswana, Nairobi,  
Zimbabwe and Zambia held at the University of Cape  
Town South Africa  
The Third Regional Conference of Vice Chancellors 22-28 Nov 2009
and Deans of Science, Engineering and Technological  
Institutions (COVIDSET) held in Kampala Uganda  
Study tour of Israeli Higher Education Institutions 5-7 Dec.2009
and   Research   Institutions   including   Hebrew  
University and Technion in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv  
Israel  
Third  Global  Confucius  Institute  Conference  and 8-12 Dec.2009
Council held at the Headquarters in Beijing China  
Study  tour  of  the  University  of  Prague  and  other 10-14 Feb.2010
Educational Institutions in Prague, Czech Republic  
Conference of Executive Heads of Universities of the 24-28 Apr.2010
Association  of  Commonwealth  Universities  (ACU)  
held in Cape Town, South Africa  

 

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University of Maryland Baltimore, United States of 10-13 May 2010
America  to  explore  and  facilitate  relationships  for  
expanding mutual collaborations  
Meeting with the Executive Board of the Association 8-9 May.2010
of  African  Universities  (AAU)  held  in University  of  
Ilorin, Ilorin Nigeria  
Conference of the African Confucius Institutes held 12-15 Aug.2010
at  University of Yaounde held at Yaounde Cameroon  
Review of systems and  structures at University of 29 Aug- 4 Sep 2010
Kwa Zulu Natal, Durban South Africa  
Second Bienial Meeting of the Regional Universities 20-24 Sept.2010
Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture held in  
Entebbe, Uganda  
Second Association of African Universities Executive 1-3 Nov 2010
committee meeting held in Accra Ghana  
The first Scoping workshop on UNU -Flores held in 10-13 Nov 2010
Dresden Germany  
International  Meeting  on  Higher  Education  in 14-19 Nov 2010
Agriculture held in Kampala Uganda  
Fourth  Global  Confucius  Institute  Conference  and 6-13 Dec.2010
Council  held  at  the  Beijing  National  Convention  
Centre Beijing China  
Second  Annual  Meeting  of  the  Inter  University 29-31 Mar.2011
Council  of  East  Africa  (IUCEA)  held  in  Bujumbura  
Burundi  
Association of African Universities (AAU) Executive 24-27 Mar 2011
Committee meeting held in Accra Ghana  
Association  of  Commonwealth  Universities  (ACU) 4-7 Apr.2011
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Conference of Executive Heads 211 “Higher Education in Hard Times – Risk, Reputation, Reform held in Hong Kong, China

 

Attended  the  opening  Ceremony  of  the  Shanghai 29 Apr – 3 May 2011
World Expo in Shanghai China  
Part   of   the   public   Universities   and   private 23-28 Sep 2011
Universities   delegation   on   tour   of   Canadian  
Universities, Toronto And Western Ontario Canada  
Attended a conference and presented a paper on “the 10-16 Oct 2011
role of higher education on sustainable development”  
at the United Nations University in Tokyo Japan  
Attended  the  Partnership  for  Innovative  Medical 24-30 Oct.2011
Education  (PRIME-K)  Workshop  at  University  of  
Maryland –Baltimore Maryland, USA  
Attended  the  African  Network  of  Scientific  and 22-26 Nov.2011
Technological  Institutions  (ANSTI)  Conference  –  
Johannesburg, South Africa  
Sixtieth Global Confucius Institute Conference and 6-11 Dec.2011
Council held at Headquarters in Beijing China  
Attended   a   Meeting   of   Confucius   Institute 1-7 Jul.2011
Headquarters Council – Yunnan Province China  
Participated  in  the  Formalization  of  Partnership 3-18 Feb.2011
Opportunities  with  University  of  Prince  Edward  
Island – Ottawa Canada  
Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Buildings 27-30 Apr.2011
in  Agriculture  (RUFORUM)  Board  Meeting  –  Addis  
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Ababa Ethiopia  
Attended a Conference of Rectors, Vice Chancellors 26 May-4 Jun.2011
and Presidents of Association of African Universities  
(COREVIP) – Stellenbosch South Africa  
Attended  the  signing  of  the  Memorandum  of 1-6 Oct. 2011
Understanding   between   Kanazawa   University   &  
University of Nairobi – Tokyo Japan  
Academic tour of the Canadian Universities at the 23-28 Sept.2011
invitation of the Universities of Alberta – Mc Gill and  
Concordia – Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal Canada  
Attended  the  Chinese  Language  Education  and 8-15 Nov.2011
Research   Centre   on   Learning   Exchange   and  
Orientation  University  of  San  Francisco  –  San  
Francisco, USA  
Chaired  the  Conference  of  Vice  Chancellor’s  and 22-26 Nov.2011
Deans  of  Science,  Engineering  and  Technology  
(COVIDSET), Johannesburg, South Africa  
Study  and  Inspection  Tour  in  Shalby  Hospitals  as 2-7 Jan.2012
Chairman  of  Medical  Practitioners  and  Dentists  
Board – Ahmedabad, Gujarat India  
Fifteenth   Ordinary   Meeting   of   East   African 26 Feb.-3 Mar.2012
Community (EAC) Sectoral Committee on Health –  
Arusha Tanzania  
Workshop on Sero-Behavioral Studies  organized by 12-15 Mar 2012
East African Community (EAC) and African Medical  
Research  Foundation  (AMREF)  held  in  Kampala  
Uganda  
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The  third  Inter-University  Council  for  East  Africa 29-30 Mar.2012
Annual General Meeting (IUCEA) – Kigali Rwanda  
Attended   the   Global   Colloquim   of   University 31 Mar.-5 Apr.2012
Presidents’  organized  by  University  of  Washington  
Seattle – Seattle, USA  
Attended  the  Preparations  of  the  Association  of 28 Apr-1 May 2012
African Universities (AAU) Governing Council Meeting  
– Accra Ghana  
Attended the Diaspora Conference Organized by the 9-14 May 2012
Kenyan Embassy –Moscow Russia  
Governing  Board  of  the  Association  of  African 28 May -2 Jun.2012
Universities (AAU) held in Accra Ghana  
Conference  on  Global  Universities  Partnership  on 3-7 Jun.2012
Environment and Sustainability held in Beijing China  
Chaired   the   Appointment   Committee   for   Top 27-30 Jun. 2012
Administrative  Positions  of  Association  of  African  
Universities –Accra Ghana  
Association of African Universities (AAU) Executive 15-17 Jul 2012
Committee Meeting and chairing the appointment of  
the  Secretary  General  of  the  Association  held  in  
Accra Ghana  
General   Assembly   of   the   Confucius   institute 27 Jul-2 Aug 2012
conference held in Beijing China  
Expert training workshop – FP7, 2012 program in the 8-11 Aug 2012
area    of    Agriculture,    Food,    Fisheries    and  
Biotechnology  (FAFB)  research  held  in  Arusha  
Tanzania  
Round Table Conference of the Global Council of the 21 – 23 Aug.2012
Confucius Institute held in Xiamen China  
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Meeting   and   signing   of   the   Memorandum   of 28 Aug.-3 Sept. 2012
Understanding with President of  Lanzhou University  
– Lanzhou China  
Joint  Conference  of  Confucius  Institute  Council  – 10-15 Sept. 2012
Beijing China  
Attended  a  Conference  on  Building  Research  Aid 22-28 Sept. 2012
Collaboration Networks and Create Opportunities for  
Collaboration in Education and Research for Building  
Research   Aide   Collaboration   Networks   –Ottawa  
Canada  
Meeting  with  the  Kenyan  High  Commissioner  –St. 25 Sept. 2012
John’s NL Canada  
World  Innovation  Summit  for  Education  (WISE) 7-10 Oct.2012
Leadership  Programme  Conference  held  in  Doha  
Qatar  
East   African   Higher   Education   Forum   and 24-26 Oct.2012
Exhibitions held in Naura Springs, Arusha Tanzania  
Sixteenth Annual General meeting of Association of 31 Oct.-3 Nov.2012
Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) held at the Royal  
Spa and Convention Centre, Mbabane Swaziland  
Participated  in  the  Signing  of  a  Memorandum  of 5-10 Nov.2012
Understanding between University of Shiga –Tokyo  
Japan  
Meeting with the President of Kanazawa University 6-8 Nov.2012
and the signing of Memorandum of Understanding-  
Kanazawa Japan  
Seventieth   Assembly   of   the   Global   Confucius 13-19 Dec.2012
Institute    Council    and    conference    held    at  
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Headquarters Beijing China  
Higher Education workshop organized and hosted by 27-31 Jan 2013
the  University  of  Guelph  South  Western  Ontario  
Canada and held in Dar es salaam Tanzania  
Fourth Consortium of Universities for Global Health – 14-16 Mar.2013
Washington DC USA  
Fourth Annual Meeting of Inter University Council of 27 Mar 2013
East African (IUCEA) in Entebbe Uganda  
International  Student  Conference  on  Environment 1-3 May 2013
and  Sustainability  (ISCES)  Organized  by  United  
Nations (UNEP) and Tongji University Shanghai held  
in Shanghai China  
The Seventy First Governing Board Meeting of the 24 May -1 Jun.2013
Association of African Universities (AAU) -Libreville  
Gabon  
Attended  the  Atlas  African  Conference  –  Kigali 2-6 Jun. 2013
Rwanda  
Meeting   of   the   Fiftieth   Anniversary   of   the 28-30 Jun.2013
Establishment  of  the  University  of  East  Africa  at  
Makerere University– Kampala Uganda  
Round-Table  meeting  of  the  Council  of  Confucius 25-30 Jul.2013
Institute Headquarters – Beijing China  
Medical  Education  Practitioners  Initiative  (MEPI) 5-8 Aug.2013
Symposium – Kampala Uganda  

 

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The Seventeenth Annual Conference of Association 25-26 Aug.2013
of  Medical  Councils  of  Africa  (AMCOA)  –  Kigali  
Rwanda  
Meeting with the President of the National Institute 27-31 Aug.2013
of Development Administration – Bangkok Thailand  
International Forum on the Role of the University in 4-9 Sept.2013
Culture during the Era of Globalization Conference  
held in Shanghai China  
The Ninth Annual General Regional University Forum 18-22 Sept.2013
for  Building  in  Agriculture  (RUFORUM)  –  Kigali  
Rwanda  
Workshop on Expanding and Sustaining Excellence in 26-31 Oct.2013
Doctoral Programmes in Sub-Sahara African held in  
Pretoria South Africa  
The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) 14-20 Oct.2013
Conference – London United Kingdom  
Fifth   African   Regional   Conference   of   Vice 5-7 Nov.2013
Chancellors,  Deans  of  Science,  Engineering  and  
Technology(COVIDSET)heldinGaberone  
International Conference Centre Gaberone Botswana  
Attended  a  meeting  with  the  Director  of  TAMU 10-18 Nov.2013
Nuclear Power Institute – Texas USA  
Meeting  of  the  World  Science  Forum.  Theme 23-28 Nov.2013
“Science  for  Sustainable  Development”–  Rio  De  
Janeiro Brazil  
Award  Ceremony  of  Plaques  and  Certificates  of 29 Nov.-1 Dec 2013
Excellence  to  the  Chief  Officers  or  recognized  
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Centres of Excellence – Kampala Uganda

 

 

Eighth Global Confucius Institute Conference and Council held at the Headquarters in Beijing China

 

Attended Conference of International Association of Universities (IAU) held in IQUITOS PERU

 

 

 

Tour of the Bonn Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences and to sign a tripartite Memorandum of Understanding with University of Cape Coast Ghana in the context of South-South-North Academic Corporation held in Bon Germany

 

Presented a Paper on Africa’s Growth Prospects and its Highest Challenges Moving Forward- New York USA

 

Visited University of Boston and delivered a lecture

 

on Young African Entrepreneurs Boston Massachusets, USA

 

Meeting of the Ninth Annual East and South African Pension Funds held at Swakopmund Namibia

 

Organized and Presided over the 18th Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) Annual Conference held in St Louis Mauritius. Theme: “ Task Shifting in Medical Practice

 

Attended the Scenario Building Workshop for the Future of AIDS – Johannesburg South Africa

 

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Joint Conference of Confucius Institutes in Africa – 23-25 Jun.2014
Dar es Salaam Tanzania  
The   Association   of   African   Universities   (AAU) 26-30 Jun.2014
Governing Board Meeting – Accra Ghana  
Attended    the    African    Education    Week– 8-12 Jul.2014
Johannesburg South Africa  
Australia  Africa  Universities  Network  Conference 12-18 Jul.2014
(AAUN), Canberra Australia  
Regional Universities Forum (RUFORUM) for Capacity 19-25 Jul.2014
Building   in   Agriculture   Conference   –   Maputo  
Mozambique  
Eighteenth Annual Association of Medical Councils of 24 Jul.-2 Aug. 2014
Africa (AMCOA) – Port Loius Mauritius  
Round  Table  Meeting  of  the  Council  of  Confucius 7-11 Aug.2014
Institute Headquarters, Beijing China  
Eleventh  International  Conference  and  Meeting  of 6-15 Sept.2014
Medical  Regulatory  Authorities  (IAMRA)  –  London  
United Kingdom  
Tenth Ordinary Meeting of East African Community 13-17 Oct.2014
(EAC) Sectoral Council of Ministers of Health held in  
Arusha, Tanzania  

 

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Visited  University  of  Eastern  Tennesse,  Tennesse 21-28 Oct.2014
USA  and  Research  Tour  and  Memorandum  of  
Understanding   Strengthening   at   University   of  
Washington Seattle, Washington Seattle USA  
World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) held 4-6 Nov.2014
in Doha Qatar  
Innovative  approaches  to  Higher  Education  and 26-28 Nov.2014
Research in Africa, held in Lome Togo  
Ninth  Global  Annual  Assembly  of  the  Confucius 7-11 Dec.2014
Institute   Council   and   Conference   held   at  
Headquarters Beijing China  
Board meeting of the African Network of Scientific 18-19 Dec.2014
and Technological Institutions (ANSTI) held in Addis  
Ababa Ethiopia  
General Medical Council Conference (GMC) – London 12-20 Mar.2015
United Kingdom  
Participated  in  Management  Committee  of  the 9-13 May 2015
Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) –  
Johannesburg South Africa  
Lead  the  East  African  Community  Partner  States 4th-12th May 2015
Joint Medical and Dental Inspection Team composed  
of  Chairmen,  Registrars  and  Members  of  the  East  

 

African Community Partner States Medical and Dental Boards and Councils, including Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board, Uganda Medical and Dental Council, Zanzibar Medical and Dental Council, Medical and Dental Council of Tanganyika,

 

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Rwanda Medical and Dental Council, and the Burundi Medical and Dental Practitioners Council. The team inspected all Medical and Dental Training Schools in the Republic of Uganda. The inspected Medical and Dental Training institutions included Makerere University Medical and Dental Schools, Mbarara University Medical School, Gulu University Medical School, Busitema University Medical School, Kampala International University (KIU) Medical School, Islamic University Medical School, and St Augustine International University Medical School

 

Presiding over Interface Meeting of the Association 29th-31st May 2015 of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) Management

Committee held at Emperors Palace Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa


 

Attended the 10th Round Table Conference of the Council of Confucius Institute Headquarters convened in Qufu, Shandong Province China

 

Organized and Presided over the 19th Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) Annual Conference, Sarova WhiteSands Beach Resorts and Spa, Mombasa Kenya. Theme: “ Licensure for Medical and Dental Practice

30th Jul-1st Aug 2015

 

 

Attended   the   10th   Annual   Confucious   Institute                4th-9th Dec 2015

 

Conference, Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Shanghai China

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lead Kenya Government delegation during the Joint 16th-22nd Jan 2016
Inspection Team composed of Chairmen, Registrars  
and Members of the Medical and Dental Boards and  
Councils  of  the  East  African  Community  Partner  
States,   including   Rwanda   Medical   and   Dental  
Council, Medical and Dental Council of Tanganyika,  
Uganda Medical and Dental Council, Zanzibar Medical  
and  Dental  Council,  Burundi  Medical  and  Dental  
Practitioners Council, and Kenya Medical  
Practitioners   and   Dentists   Board   during   the  
Inspection of all Medical and Dental Schools in the  
Republic  of  Kenya.  The  inspected  Institutions  
included the University of Nairobi Medical and Dental  
Schools, Moi University Medical and Dental Schools,  
Kenyatta   University   Medical   School,   Egerton  
University   Medical   School,   Kenya   Methodist  
University    (KEMU)    Medical    School,    Maseno  
University Medical School, Mount Kenya University  
(MKU)  Medical  School,  Uzima  University  College  
Medical  School,  and  Jomo  Kenyatta  University  of  
Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) Medical School  
Lead Kenya Government delegation on Re-Inspection 8th-9th Feb 2016
of  Kampala  International  University  (KIU)  Medical  
and  Dental  Schools  in  Uganda  by  the  Joint  East  
African   Medical   and Dental Inspection Team,  

 

comprising of Chairmen, Registrars and members of the East African Community Partner States Medical and Dental Boards and Councils. These included Uganda Medical and Dental Council, Medical and Dental Council of Tanganyika, Medical and Dental Council of Zanzibar, Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board, Rwanda Medical and Dental Council,

 

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and Burundi Medical and Dental Practitioners Council.

 

Lead  Kenya  Government  delegation  in  the  East 13th-19th Mar 2016
African Community Partner States Joint Medical and  
Dental  Inspection  Team  composed  of  Chairmen,  
Registrars,and   Members   of   the   East   African  
Community  Partner  States  Medical  and  Dental  
Boards and Councils, including Burundi Medical and  
Dental  Practitioners  Council,  Medical  and  Dental  
Council  Tanganyika,  Uganda  Medical  and  Dental  
Council,   Rwanda   Medical   and   Dental   Council,  
Medical and Dental Council of Zanzibar, and Kenya  
Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board. The team  
inspected   all   Medical   and   Dental   Schools   in  
Tanganyika (Tanzania mainland) and Zanzibar. These  
included State University of Zanzibar Medical School,  
Muhimbili  University  College  of  Health  and  Allied  
Sciences Medical and Dental Schools, Hubert Kairuki  
Memorial University Medical School, both in Dar es  
Salaam,  Kilimanjaro  Christian  Medical  University  
College  Moshi,  St  Francis  University  College  of  
Health and Allied Sciences Medical School Ifakara,  
International  Medical  and  Technological  University  
(IMTU),  Dar  es  Salaam,  School  of  Medicine  and  
Dentistry University of Dodoma, and Weill Bugando  
University College of Health Sciences Mwanza,  
Presided   over   the   Interface   Meeting   of   the 14th-15th Apr 2016
Association  ofMedical  Councils  of  Africa  (AMCOA)  
Management   Committee   held   at   Birchwood  
Conference Centre, Johannesburg South Africa,  

 

 

 

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Lead  Kenya  Government  delegation  in  the  East 9th-10th May 2016
African Community Partner States Joint Medical and  
Dental  Inspection  Team  Comprising  of  Chairmen,  
Registrars and Members of the Medical and Dental  
Boards and Councils of the East African Community  
Partner States including Rwanda Medical and Dental  
Council,  Kenya  Medical  Practitioners  and  Dentists  
Board,  Burundi  Medical  and  Dental  Practitioners  
Council, Uganda Medical and Dental Council, Medical  
and  Dental  Council  of  Tanganyika  and  Zanzibar  
Medical and Dental Council. The team inspected all  
the Medical and Dental training institutions in the  
Republic of Rwanda. These included the Medical and  
Dental Schools at the National University of Rwanda  
Attended  the  Association  of  African  Universities 27th-28th Jun 2016
(AAU) Governing Board Meeting held at Airside Hotel,  
Accra Ghana  
Organized and Presided over the 20th Association of 22nd-26th Aug 2016
Medical   Councils   of   Africa   (AMCOA)   Annual  
Conference  held  at  Makokola  Retreat,  Magonchi  
Malawi. Theme: “Medical and Dental Malpractice in  
the 21st Century”  
Attended  the  12th  International  Conference  of 20th-23rd Sep 2016
International  Association  of  Medical  Regulatory  
Authorities    (IAMRA),    Melbourne    International  
Convention Centre, Melbourne Australia.  
Presided   over   the   Interface   Meeting   of   the 3rd -5th April 2017
Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA),  
and sharing best practices at the Health Professions  
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Council of South Africa held (HPCSA) offices in Pretoria, South Africa.

 

Lead  Kenya  Government  delegation  in  the  Re- 7th-9th May 2017
Inspection  of  State  University  of  Zanzibar  Medical  
School  in  Zanzibar  and  International  Medical  and  
Technological  University  (IMTU)  Medical  School  in  
Dar es Salaam Tanzania mainland by the Joint East  
African  Community  Partner  States  Medical  and  
Dental  Inspection  Team  comprising  of  Chairmen,  
Registrars and Members of the Medical and Dental  
Boards of the East African Partner States including  
Medical and Dental Council of Tanganyika, Zanzibar  
Medical   and   Dental   Council,   Kenya   Medical  
Practitioners  and  Dentists  Board,  Uganda  Medical  
and  Dental  Council,  Rwanda  Medical  Council,  and  
Burundi  Medical  and  Dental  Practitioners  Council.  
The  two  institutions  were  re-inspected  and  while  
State  University  of  Zanzibar  Medical  School was  
reopened, the International   Medical and  
Technological University (IMTU) was closed.    
Presided over the Association of Medical Councils of 29th-31st May 2017
Africa (AMCOA) Capacity Building Workshop held at  
Hotel De Mille Collins Kigali, Rwanda      
Attended the 14th Association of African Universities 5th-8th Jun 2017
(AAU)  General  Conference  and  50th  Anniversary  
Celebrations,  La-Palm  Royal  Beach  Hotel,  Accra  
Ghana.   Theme   :   “AAU   @   50:   Achievements,  
Challenges and Prospects for Sustainable  

 

Development in Africa

 

 

 

 

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35th Annual Association of Educational Assessments 7th-11th Aug 2017
in Africa (AEAA) Conference, Kampala, Uganda  
Organized and presided over the 21st Association of 21st-25th Aug 2017
Medical   Councils   of   Africa   (AMCOA)   Annual  
Conference held at Spier Wine Estate, Stellenbosch  
Western Cape, South Africa. Theme:” Technology and  
Medical Regulation in the 21st Century”  
Presided   over   the   Interface   Meeting   of   the 26th-28th Feb 2018
Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) at  
the Sheraton Hotel in Pretoria, South Africa.  
Lead a Government delegation as Chairman of the 14th-27th Apr 2018
Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board of Kenya to  
Havana, Cuba to go and peer review Cuban specialist  
doctors for suitability to work for Kenya Government  
Organized and Presided over the 22nd Association of 22nd -27th Jul 2018
Medical   Councils   of   Africa   (AMCOA)   Annual  
Conference,  Akosombo,  Ghana.  Theme:  “Changing  
Landscape in Medical Education and Training “.  
Attended the 36th Annual Association of Educational 6th-10th Aug 2018
Assessments  in  Africa  (AEAA)  Conference,  AVANI  
Maseru Hotel, Maseru Lesotho. Theme: “Reforming  
Educational Assessment: A Renewed Agenda” ,  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS AS PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL COUNCILS OF AFRICA (AMCOA) – 2013-2018

 

•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2013
Protocol on Undergraduate Medical Education and  
Training  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2013
Protocol on Medical Litigation  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2013
Protocol on Internship Training,  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2013
Protocol on Information Exchange and Disciplinary  
Matters  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2013
Protocol on Disciplinary Measures and Procedures  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2013
Protocol on Continuous Professional Development  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2015
Protocol on Task Shifting in Medical Practice  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2016
Protocol on Medical and Dental Malpractice  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2016
Protocol on Health Workers Migration  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2017
Protocol on Management of Medical Litigation  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2017
Protocol on Corporate Governance  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2017
Protocol on Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2017
Protocol on Regulation of use of Technology in Health  
Care, 2017.  
•  Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) 2017
Protocol on Disciplinary Procedures  
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ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE LAST NINE YEARS AS CHAIRMAN OF THE MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND DENTISTS BOARD OF KENYA (MPDBK) – 2009-2018

 

Developed the Joint Health Inspection Check-List. The Joint 2012
Health Inspection Team was composed of the Ministry of Health  
(MOH) Department of Health Standards, Quality Assurance and  
Regulations; Nutritionists and Dietician’s Institute; Nursing Council  
of Kenya; Radiation Protection Board; Clinical Officers Council;  
Pharmacy and Poisons Board; Public Health Officers and  
Technicians Council; Kenya Medical Laboratory, Technicians and  
Technologists Board; and the Medical Practitioners and Dentists  
Board of Kenya  
Established Regular Joint Inspections together with other Health 2009
Regulatory Boards and Councils in Kenya. These involved Joint  
Inspections of Private Health Facilities, Faith based organizations  
and clinics within Kenya  
Developed East African Community (EAC) Regional Guidelines for 2009
Inspection and Accreditation of Medical and Dental Schools within  
the East African Community Partner States of Kenya, Uganda,  
Tanzania (Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Rwanda and Burundi  
Developed and Implemented ICT Business Model for the Medical 2009
Practitioners and Dentists Board in order to facilitate electronic  
communications and online services  
Developed and Implemented Computerized Integrated Management 2011
System for online submission of Continuous Professional  
Development (CPD), for the Medical Practitioners and Dentists  
Board  
Reviewed Doctors Professional Code of Conduct and Disciple for 2012
Medical and Dental Practitioners in Kenya  
The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board admitted to 2012
the International Association of Medical Regulatory Authorities  
(IAMRA), Ottawa Canada  
Reviewed the Internship Training Guidelines in Kenya 2013

 

 

 

 

 

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Established the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) to be among 2013
the Disciplinary Procedures available at the Medical Practitioners  
and Dentists Board, in addition to the Preliminary Enquiry  
Committee (PIC), and Medical Tribunal  
Developed and a Launched the Patients’ Rights Charter 2013
Reviewed the Medical (MBChB) program and Dental (BDS) program 2013
Core Curricula, 2nd Edition  
Developed the National Training and Quality Assurance Standards 2015
for Medical and Dental Schools and Teaching Hospitals in Kenya  
Reviewed the East African Community (EAC) Regional Guidelines 2015
for Inspection and Accreditation of Medical and Dental Schools  
within the East African Community Partner States of Kenya,  
Uganda, Tanzania (Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Rwanda and Burundi  
Reviewed the Joint Health Inspection Check-List. The Joint Heath 2016
Inspection Team was composed of the Ministry of Education (MOH)  
Department of Health Standards, Quality Assurance and  
Regulations; County’s/Sub County Health Management Team;  
Pharmacy and Poisons Board; Nursing Council of Kenya, Radiation  
Protection Board; Nutritionists and Dietician’s Institute; Clinical  
Officers Council; Kenya Medical Laboratory, Technician and  
Technologists Board; Public Health Officers and Technicians  
Council; and Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board of Kenya  
Presided over the successful Construction, Equipment and 2016
Inauguration of the new office complex for the Medical  
Practitioners and Dentists Board of Kenya  

 

 

AS THE CHAIRMAN OF MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND DENTISTS BOARD OF KENYA, REVIEWED AND ENACTED THE FOLLOWING RULES UNDER CAP 253: LAWS OF KENYA:

 

•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Private Medical Institutions 2017
Amendment) Rules  
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Referral of Patients Abroad) 2017
Rules, 2016
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Professional Fees) Rules
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Practitioners and Health 2016
Facilities Advertising) Rules  
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•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Medical Camp) Rules 2016
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Fitness to Practice) Rules 2016
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Inspection and Licensing) 2014
Rules 2014
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Training, Assessment and
Registration) Rules  
•  Medical Practitioners and Dentists (Disciplinary, Proceedings 2013
and Procedures Amendment) Rules  

 

 

ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS AS VICE CHANCELLOR, UNIVESITY OF NAIROBI, 2005-2015

 

•  First Vice-Chancellor to be hired competitively 2005

 

  • Strategic Planning of the University commences

 

  • Launch of Alumni Association

 

  • Two graduation ceremonies per year initiated

 

  • Restructuring the University into more viable academic units
  • Revitalizing public lectures with eminent personalities

 

•  Public Sector reforms adopted in the University 2006

 

  • Performance Contracting adopted in the University

 

  • Acquisition of Kisumu Campus KES 37.5 million

 

  • University Website and Calendar win the Commonwealth Universities Website, and Public Relations and Marketing Competition
  • Completion of several stalled buildings among them 2007 Examination Centre, Library Hill and School of Education building at Kikuyu, Millennium Hall in Chiromo, 8-4-4 Lecture Theatre in Upper Kabete, and the School of Nursing Complex

 

  • State of the art level 3 laboratories to handles highly contagious pathogens

 

  • Former Kenya  Polytechnic  becomes  a  University  of

 

 

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Nairobi constituent College, while Former Kenya Science  
College becomes a campus of the University of Nairobi.  
•  ISO Certification of the University 2008

 

  • Purchase of Uniplaza in Mombasa at the cost of KES 198 million

 

  • University of Nairobi adopts a Computerized Financial Management System

 

•  Prof. George Magoha is trained in Executive Management 2009

 

  • University of Nairobi constructs modern Chemistry, Biology and Physics laboratories at Kenya Science Campus

 

  • Creation of the positions of two Deputy Vice-Chancellor’s 2010 to handle research and student affairs
  • University of Nairobi calendar and website win the Association of Commonwealth Universities Award

 

  • University of Nairobi receives US$12.5 million grant from 2011 the US National Institutes of Health targeting Medical Education in Africa
  • Appointment of two Deputy Vice Chancellor’s in-charge of Student Affairs and Research

 

  • University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor, Prof. George Magoha becomes President of the Association of African Universities

 

University of Nairobi becomes first public entity to be 2012
  ranked Excellent in the public sector performance.  
University breaks ground for the construction of 22 storey 2013
  University Towers  

 

  • University graduates a record 95 PhDs

 

  • University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor, Prof. George Magoha becomes President of the Association of Medical Councils of Africa

 

  • College of Health Sciences declared a Centre of Excellence in East Africa

 

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•  University of Nairobi tops the region and emerges nine in 2014
Africa in web-ranking  

 

  • University of Nairobi hosts All African Universities Games

 

  • Pension Scheme Fund value up from KES2.8 billion to KES.12.6 billion

 

  • The 22 storey University towers, is now 80% completed

 

 

UNIVESITY OF NAIROBI AS IT STANDS IN 2014

 

  2005     2014  
Student Population 30,000 79,000
Staff 4,500 5,525
Webometrics 25 in Africa No. 1 in East Africa and No.7 in
      Africa January 2015
Alumni 74,429 165,335
Research fund KES 350 million Over KES 4 billion
Asset portfolio KES 20 billion KES 102 billion
Professors 95   154  
Associate Professors 126   253  
PhDs per year 28   123  
Links & Collaborations 125   Over 1000 with 260 active
Pension Scheme fund KES 2.8 billion KES 12.6 billion
value          
Programmes 300   584  
Graduands per year 5117   14,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITIES AT KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL

 

1. Honorary consultant surgeon and Urologist at 2002 to date
  Kenyatta National Hospital:  
2. Head of surgical unit two and consultant Surgeon 1988-2002
  in charge of surgical ward 5A at Kenyatta  
  National Hospital:  
3. Head of the surgical division at the Kenyatta 1989-1990
  National Hospital:  

 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AS CHAIRMAN OF THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY AND AS PROFESSOR OF SURGERY

 

1. Member of the College Academic Board of the College 1996-2000
  of Health Sciences of the University of Nairobi:  
2. Member of the College committee for the 1998-1999
  establishment of the University of Nairobi Teaching  
  and Referral Hospital:  
3. Member of the Kenyatta National Hospital Tender 1999-2000
  Board:  
4. Member of the Kenyatta National Hospital 2001-2002
  Management Board  
5. Appointed to be in charge of the Departmental 1996-2000
  Postgraduate Training Programme for the academic  
  Department of Surgery:  
6. Member of the University Senate 1999 –to-date
7. In charge of the co -ordination of academic activities 1999-2000
  within the Department of surgery  
8. Preparation of Development plans and annual 1999 to 2000
  Budget of the Department  
9. Responsible for the day to day running of the 1999 to 2000
  Department including the representation of the  
  Department within and outside the University  
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ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AS DEAN OF THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE FROM 2000 TO 2001

 

  1. Member of the College Management Board of the College of Health Sciences.

 

  1. Chairman of the Faculty Board of Medicine comprising of eighteen departments in charge of the day to day running of the Faculty.

 

  1. Chairman of the Faculty Board of Examiners of the Faculty of Medicine, also in charge of co-ordination of all academic programmes and profile of the Faculty of Medicine.

 

  1. Chairman of the Board of Examiners for MSc, MD, PhD and M.Med students in the Faculty of Medicine.

 

  1. In charge of the preparation of development plans and annual budget for the Faculty of Medicine.

 

  1. In charge of the preparation of development plans and annual budget for the Faculty of Medicine.

 

  1. Was in charge of the day to day running of the Faculty of Medicine and represented the Faculty within and outside the University.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES AS THE PRINCIPAL OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI (2001-2002)

 

  1. As the Principal of the College of Health Sciences was the Administrative and Academic head of the College responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for maintaining and promoting efficient management of the College of Health Sciences. Also represented the College within and outside the University on all academic and administrative matters.

 

 

  1. As the Principal of the College of Health Sciences was a member of the faculty Boards of the Faculties of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dental Sciences.

 

  1. Chairman of the College Academic Board of the College of Health Sciences.

 

  1. Chairman of the College Management Board comprising of the Deans of the Faculties of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, College Bursar and

 

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Registrar.

 

  1. Chairman of the Appointments committees for all non-academic staff on Grades I-IV and A-F, and for the staff on academic terms of service upto the rank of Lecturer at the College of Health sciences.

 

  1. Chairman of all the Disciplinary committees for the non-academic staff in grades I-IV and A-F at the College of Health Sciences.

 

  1. Prepared development plans and annual budget of the College of Health Sciences.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES AS DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR IN CHARGE OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

 

  • SERVICE TO THE COUNCILS OF ALL PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN KENYA

 

  1. AS CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT NEGOTIATING COMMITTEE BETWEEN THE IPUCCF (FORUM) OF FKE AND UASU, JAN-APRIL 2004

 

Chairman of the Joint negotiating committee between Inter-Public University Councils Consultative Forum of the Federation of Kenya Employers and the University Academic Staff Union (UASU), in the matters of salaries and other terms and conditions of services for the Academic staff in all the Public University in Kenya.

 

The membership consisted of all Deputy Vice-Chancellors in charge of Administration and Finance of all Public Universities on one side and officials of the University Academic Staff Union (UASU) of all Public Universities on the other side. The negotiations resulted in a CBA signed by both parties in April 2004.

 

  1. AS CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT DRAFTING COMMITTEE OF THE RECOGNITION AGREEMENT BETWEEN IPUCCF (FORUM) OF FKE AND

 

UASU, SEPTEMBER 2004 TODATE

 

Chairman of the Joint Drafting Committee of the Recognition Agreement between the Inter-Public University Councils Forum of the Federation of Kenya Employers and the University Academic Staff Union (UASU). The

 

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membership consisted all Deputy Vice- Chancellors in charge of Administration and Finance, and all Administration Registrars of all Public Universities on one side and officials of the University Academic Staff Union (UASU) representing Academic Staff from all Public Universities in Kenya.

 

 

 

  1. AS A MEMBER OF THE JOINT NEGOTIATING COMMITTEE BETWEEN THE IPUCCF (FORUM) OF THE FEDERATION OF KENYA EMPLOYERS (FKE) AND KENYA UNION OF DOMESTIC, HOTELS, EDUCATION, AND ALLIED WORKERS (KUDHEIHA) IN NOVEMBER 2003 TO DATE

 

Member of the Joint Negotiating Committee between the Inter-Public University Councils Consultative Forum of the Federation of Kenya Employers and KUDHEIHA Union representing Junior Staff in grades 1-4 in the Public Universities in Kenya in the matters of salaries and other terms and conditions of service for staff in grades 1-4.

 

  1. AS A MEMBER OF THE INTER-PUBLIC UNIVERSITY COUNCILS CONSULTATIVE FORUM OF FKE CONSISTING OF ALL CHAIRMEN OF COUNCILS AND VICE-CHANCELLORS OF ALL PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES FROM DECEMBER 2003 TO DATE

 

As a member is involved in the co-ordination, organization and servicing of all meetings of the FORUM taking place at various Public Universities because University of Nairobi provides the secretariat.

  1. MEMBER OF THE VICE-CHANCELLORS COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

 

As Acting Vice-Chancellor and a member of the Vice-Chancellor’s committee comprising of all Vice-Chancellors’ of Public Universities in Kenya. The committee sits for example to discuss matters of common interest to all Public Universities such as during the JOINT ADMISSIONS BOARD (JAB) meetings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SPECIFIC TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COUNCIL, 2000-DATE

 

FUND RAISING FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COUNCIL – 2000 TODATE

 

  1. THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS FROM A KOREAN PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL COLLEAGUE IN 2000

 

As Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Nairobi, I attracted the sum of three hundred thousand United States dollars (about twenty five million Kenya Shillings) from a Korean doctor and professional colleague in the year 2000. The fund was utilized to construct an additional Administrative Block at the College of Health Sciences under my direct very strict supervision. The facilities constructed were chosen by me in consultation with the Vice-Chancellor. The facilities included offices and board rooms of the Principal, College of Health Sciences, Dean, Faculty of Medicine and a large Board Room for both the College of Health Sciences and Faculty of Medicine. Additional toilets for staff and students and a car park were also constructed. Completed and handed over to the Vice-Chancellor in 2001.

 

  1. FOUR MILLION FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY THOUSAND CANADIAN

 

DOLLARS FROM THE CANADIAN FUND FOR INNOVATION (CFI)

 

As the Principal of the College of Health Sciences and Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Administration and Finance, I successfully negotiated for a grant to the University of Nairobi from the Canadian Fund of Innovation (CFI) of the sum of two hundred million Kenya Shillings in 2002. We competed with seven other Canadian Institutions and won. The fund is being utilized to construct the University of Nairobi Institute of Tropical and Infectious Diseases (UNITID) and a state of the art Level Three Laboratory comparable to CDC Laboratories in Atlanta USA at the College of Health Sciences of the University of Nairobi Kenyatta National Hospital. The laboratories will specialize in haemorrhagic virus research. The drawings are ready and the process is ongoing with University of Nairobi providing the land.

 

 

 

 

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  1. PROFESSOR JOSEPH MAINA MUNGAI MEMORIAL COMPLEX

 

As Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Administration and Finance, and as world renown Professor of Surgery and Urologist, I am the initial states of fund raising one hundred and fifty million shillings for the University of Nairobi from some Korean professional colleagues. The funds when raised are to be used specifically for the construction and equipping of JOSEPH MAINA MUNGAI MEMORIAL COMPLEX in honour of the distinguished service of the later Professor Joseph Maina Mungai to the Faculty of Medicine and the University of Nairobi. The complex will include a state of the art multipurpose Auditorium and will be built at Chiromo Campus where Professor Mungai taught until his death.

 

OTHER SERVICES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COUNCIL

 

  1. Chairman of the University of Nairobi Management Board, Planning, Policy, Budgeting and Finance Committee, 2002 to 2015.

 

  1. Chairman of the University of Nairobi Management Board Committee on Austerity cost cutting strategies, August 2004
  2. Member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme representing the University Council, 2002 -Jan 2015.

 

  1. Chairman of the Joint Administration and Investment committees of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme 2002-2004

 

  1. Member of the Investment committee of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme, 2002-Jan 2015.

 

  1. Member of the Tender Committee of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme, 2002–Jan 2015.

 

  1. Member of the Nairobi University Enterprises and Services Limited (UNES) representing the University Council, 2002-Jan 2015

 

  1. Member of the Finance and Audit Committee of the University of Nairobi Enterprises and Services Limited (UNES) 2002 -Jan 2015.

 

  1. Member the Tender Committee of the University of Nairobi Enterprises Limited (UNES), 2004.

 

  1. Member of the Board of Directors of the University of Nairobi Press

 

Limited, 2002–Jan 2015.

 

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  1. Member of the Nairobi University Finance and General Purposes Committee of Council, 2002–Jan 2015.

 

  1. Member of the Nairobi University Tender Committee, 2002-2007.

 

  1. Member of the Building Committee of Council, 2002-Jan 2015

 

  1. Member of the Standing Committee Council on Staff Terms of Service, 2002–Jan 2015.

 

  1. Chairman, University of Nairobi Development, Planning and Establishment Committee (DPEC), 2002-Jan 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AS ACTING VICE CHANCELLOR, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

 

Have acted as the Vice-Chancellor of University of Nairobi for over ninety days on eleven different occasions between April 2002 – September 2004. Effective 7th October 2004 to 2005, I was appointed Acting Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nairobi.

 

  1. As acting Vice-Chancellor, I am the academic and administrative head of the university responsible to the council for maintaining and promoting the academic image and maintaining and promoting efficiency and good order of the university.

 

 

  1. The Accounting Officer of the University by virtue of being the overall Administrative head of the University

 

  1. Member of every Committee appointed by Council or Senate.

 

  1. Responsible for policy matters planning, co-ordination, fund raising, and general development of the University.

 

  1. Chairman of University Senate.

 

  1. Chairman, University Management Board (UMB).

 

  1. Chairman, Honorary Degrees Committee of Council.

 

  1. Chairman, Statutes Committee.

 

  1. Chairman, Board of Trustees, University of Nairobi Pension Scheme.

 

  1. Chairman, Senior Academic Staff Appointment Committees for Associate Professors and Equivalent.

 

  1. Chairman, Senior Non-Teaching Staff Disciplinary Committees for Deputy Registrars and Equivalents.
  2. Chairman, Development Planning and Establishment committee.

 

  1. Chairman, Library and Bookshop Committee.

 

  1. Chairman, Students Welfare Authority (SWA).

 

 

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  1. Staff Housing Policy Committee of Council.

 

  1. Member of the University of Nairobi Council.

 

  1. Member, Sealing Committee of Council.

 

  1. Member, Building Committee of Council.

 

  1. Member, Finance and General Purposes Committee of Council.

 

  1. Member, Tender Committee of Council.

 

  1. Member, Senior Academic Staff Appointment Committees for Full Professors and Equivalents.

 

  1. Member, Senior Academic Staff Disciplinary Committees for Full Professors and Equivalents.

 

  1. Member, Standing Committee on Staff Terms of Service.

 

  1. Currently managing the disciplinary process of the suspended students for unbecoming behaviour and the storming of Council Chambers during a full Council meeting

 

MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED PROFESSIONAL BODIES    
1. Nigerian Medical Association (N.M.A.): 1978
2. British Medical Association (B.M.A.): 1983
3. Kenya Medical Association (K.M.A.): 1988
4. Award of life membership of the Kenya Society 1990
  for the deaf children:  
5. Award of fellowship of the West African College 1990
  of Surgeons (F.W.A.C.S.):  
6. Award of full membership of the British Association 1992
  of UrologicalSurgeons (B.A.U.S.):  

 

  1. Award of membership of Societe’ International de Chirugie (M.S.I.C.): 1993

 

8.Member of Pan African Urological Surgeons 1994

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Association (P.A.U.S.A.):  
9.Chairman and Founder member of the Kenya 1994
Association of Urological Surgeons (K.A.U.S.):  

 

 

  1. Award of full membership of Societe’ International

 

  D’ Urologie (S.I.U.): 1994
11. Award of Fellowship of the International College of 1996
  Surgeons (F.I.C.S.):  
12. Appointed Eastern African representative to the 1997
  Regional Erectile Dysfunction Advisory Council  
  (E.D.A.C.) for Africa, Middle East, India, Pakistan  
  and Turkey.:  
13. Elected Chairman, Kenya Association of Urological 1997
  Surgeons Association (KAUS):  
14.   Elected Treasurer of the Pan African Urological Surgeons 1999
  (P.A.U.S.A.) in Dakar, Senegal:  

 

  1. Appointed Member Association of African Universities

 

  (AAU) Governing Board 2005-date
16. Appointed Chairman of Medical Practitioners and Dentists 2009
  of Kenya:    
17. Appointed Chairman, Kenya Education Network (KENET) 2010

 

  1. Appointed Chairman, African Network of Scientific and

 

Technological Institutions (ANSTI) 2011

 

  1. Elected President, Association of African Universities (AAU) 2011

 

  1. Elected President, Association of Medical Councils of Africa 2013 (AMCOA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES ATTENDED

 

  1. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ON THE FUNDING IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA HELD IN DAR ES SALAAM, 2002

 

Attended this Conference on the Funding in Higher Education in Eastern and Southern Africa. It was attended by Vice-Chancellors, Deputy Vice-Chancellors in charge of Administration and Finance and College Principals from Eastern and Southern African Universities and the International Comparative Higher Education Finance and Accessibility Project, Centre for Comparative and Global Studies in Education state University of New York, Buffalo USA. The workshop consisted of lectures, discussions and group work on problems of funding in higher education in Eastern and Southern Africa at the Royal Palm hotel, Dar es salaam Tanzania from the 22nd to 28th March 2002. The main theme of the conference was possibilities of diversification of revenue for an expanding accessibility to higher education. It was supported by the Ford Foundation.

 

  1. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 2002

 

Attended the workshop on Institutional Management in Higher Education. The Conference was attended by Vice-Chancellors, Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Principals from African Universities. This Workshop consisted of lectures, discussions and group work on the problems of Institutional management in higher education. It was supported by funds from the International Institute for Educational Planning in Paris, France and was held in Kampala Uganda from 18th to 25th August 2002.

 

 

 

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  1. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT HELD IN NAIROBI IN 2003

 

Attended the International Conference on Higher Education Management at the Safari Park hotel in Nairobi. The Conference involved Quality Assurance through Curriculum Design – A case study of Higher Education Management in East Africa. The International Conference was organized and supported by the German Academic Exchange Programme DAAD from the 22nd to 24th of May 2003.

 

  1. INTERNATIONAL SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS ATTENDED IN WINNIPEG AND TORONTO CANADA FUND FOR INNOVATION (FCI), 2002

 

Travelled to the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg Canada and later to Toronto Canada from 4th -12th May 2002 to negotiate with the Canadian Fund for Innovation (CFI) about the possibility of funding the construction of the University of Nairobi Institute of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases (UNITID) including a Level Three Laboratory. The negotiations followed earlier preliminary consultations I held with the Canadians at the College of Health Sciences as the Principal. The egotiations were successful with the University of Nairobi receiving a grant of CANADIAN DOLLORS FOUR MILLION, FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY THOUSAND (Equivalent to about two hundred million Kenya Shillings) for the construction of UNITID complex. We competed for the Grant with seven other Canadian Institutions and won.

 

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SOME SELECTED LOCAL UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT AND COUNCIL SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

 

  1. GOOD CORPORATE           GOVERNANCE    SEMINAR   FOR    SENIOR

 

MANAGERS OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN KENYA, 2003

 

 

This seminar on Good Corporate Governance was held at Garden Hotel in Machakos from 5th to 6th of May 2003. It was organized by the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission and consisted of lectures, group discussions with a question and answer session on Corporate Governance in Public Universities. Vice-Chancellors, Deputy Vice-Chancellors and College Principals of Public Universities attended.

 

  1. WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANISATION/KENYA INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY INSTITUTE WORKSHOP ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN UNIVERSITIES IN KENYA 2003

 

The WIPO/KIPI Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights in Public and Private Universities in Kenya was held at Moi University and co- sponsored and organized by WIPO/KIPI and Moi University from the 2nd to 6th of September 2003.

 

  1. PRIVATE SECTOR CORPORATE GOVERNANCE TRUST WORKSHOP ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE UNIVERSITIES AT THE KENYA SCHOOL OF MONETARY STUDIES, 2001

 

This Workshop held at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies from 1st to

 

3rd  November  2001  and  was  attended  by  all  Vice-Chancellors,  Deputy

 

Vice-Chancellors    and   College   Principals    from   both   Public   and   Private

 

Universities   in   Kenya.   It   involved   lectures,    presentations    and   group

 

discussions on University Governance, Financing of the Universities and strategic management of University Resources. The Workshop was supported by the British High Commission in Kenya.

 

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  1. UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT BOARD SEMINAR ON INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AT MT. KENYA SAFARI CLUB 2001

 

This management seminar was held at Mount Kenya Safari Club from 10th to 12th May 2001. It was attended by all members of University Management Board. The role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) was discussed. Students Management Information Systems, Human Resource Management Systems and Library Automation were discussed.

 

 

  1. JOINT WORKSHOP OF UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI MANAGEMENT BOARD AND THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI ENTERPRISES AND SERVICES LIMITED (UNES) HELD AT SAROVA MARA CAMP 2001

 

Attended this joint Workshop at the Sarova Mara Camp from the 26th August to the 2nd September 2001. The workshop was attended by the Vice-Chancellor, Deputy Vice-Chancellors, College Principals and Managing Director of UNES. The workshop discussed among other issues, the University Finances, Public Relations, Alumni, Fund raising and the Draft Strategic Plan for UNES. New Unit Costs were to be computed for all academic programmes.

 

  1. UNIVERSITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP ON UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT AT LEOPARD BEACH HOTEL, MOMBASA 2001

 

Attended the workshop on University Management at the Leopard Beach Hotel, Mombasa from 28th to 29th September 2001. All aspects of University Management including stepping up Fees Collection from Students, Costing of SWA services, Restructuring and Rationalisation of Programmes, Institution of Stringent Cost Cutting and Control Measures, Investment in Information Technology, Strengthening of Public Relations Functions of the University, Development of additional Distance Learning Programmes, Lobbying for more Funding, Unit Cost and completion of Strategic Plan among others.

 

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  1. JOINT WORKSHOP FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COUNCIL/UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI PENSION SCHEME BOARD OF TRUSTEES AT ABERDARE’S COUNTRY CLUB 2001

 

Attended this workshop as Principal, College of Health Sciences at the Aberdare’s Country Club from 1st to the 3rd of June 2001. Other attendees included all members of the University Council, all Trustees of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme and Actuaries from Alexander Financial Services. The Workshop discussed the new environment of Retirement Benefit Schemes, Revised Scheme Deed and Revised Scheme Rules. The Workshop also received the Actuaries Report on the state of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme.

 

  1. JOINT RETIREMENT BENEFITS AUTHORITY/UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI PENSION SCHEME TRUSTEES WORKSHOP AT MOUNT KENYA SAFARI CLUB 2003

Attended this workshop as Deputy Vice-Chancellor Administration and Finance at the Mount Kenya Safari Club from the 14th to 15th of August 2003. Other attendees included officials from the Retirement Benefits Authority and Trustees of the University of Nairobi Pension Scheme. The theme of the workshop was the mandate of the Retirement Benefits Authority in the management of Pension Schemes.

 

  1. JOINT SPECIAL WORKSHOP OF THE UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT BOARD JOINT AND UNES LIMITED HELD AT THE NGULI LODGE TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK, 2002

 

Attended the Joint University of Nairobi Management Board and University of Nairobi Enterprises and Services Limited at the Tsavo West National Park Ngulia Lodge from the 14th to 16th February 2002. The main purpose for the Workshop was to receive and discuss the report of the Task Force on the Sharing of Funds from the Income Generating Programmes and Units at the University of Nairobi

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  1. INTERNATIONAL AIDS VACCINE INITIATIVE (IAVI) DONOR MEETING HELD AT THE KENYA AIDS VACCINE (KAVI) LABORATORIES, COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI, 2003

Attended this meeting held at the KAVI Laboratories at the Kenyatta National Hospital Complex of the College of Health Sciences University of Nairobi from 21st to 24th September 2004. Other attendees were the President and Chief Executive Officer of IAVI, The East African Regional Representative of IAVI, the Senior Regional Advisor for IAVI, Investigators from Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) and Kenya AIDS Vaccine Initiative (KAVI). This meeting discussed the overview and update on IAVI’S Global Programmes including the Global and Local Perspectives fro creating an enabling research environment and Funding the Scaling Up of the Clinical Trials.

ATTENDENT NUMEROUS CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY:

 

  1. The West African College of Surgeons.

 

  1. The International College of Surgeons.

 

  1. The Nigerian Surgical Society.

 

  1. The Lagos University Medical Society.

 

  1. The National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria.

 

  1. Nigerian Medical Association.

 

  1. Surgical Society of Kenya.

 

  1. The Kenya Medical Association.

 

  1. Association of Surgeons of East Africa.

 

  1. Pan African Urological Surgeons Association.

 

  1. The African Society of Impotence Research (A.S.I.R.).

 

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  1. Societe’ International De Chrugie.

 

  1. Societe’ International D’Urologie.

 

  1. The Kenya Association of Urological Surgeons.

 

  1. Pan Arab Urological Association.

 

  1. Mediterranean Urological Association.

 

  1. Urological Association of south Africa.

 

  1. Regional Erectile Dysfuntion Advisory Council (E.D.A.C.).

 

  1. The University of Nairobi Council and its Organs

 

  1. Association of African Universities (AAU)

 

  1. Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board of Kenya (MPDB)

 

  1. Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA)

 

  1. Confucius Institute Council headquarters, Beijing China

SOME SPECIFIC CONFERENCES OF INTEREST 1983-1994:

8th Annual General Meeting of the American Society of Andrology, Philadelphia Pennsylvania; presented a paper.

Annual General Meeting of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (B.A.U.S.), held at Harrogate in England in June. Theme: Percutaneous nephrolithotomy

Combined meeting of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and the Canadian Urological Association held at the Café Royal in London in June.

Theme:                           Extracorporeal short wave lithotripsy.

Thirsty first annual conference of the West African College

 

 

Annual General Meeting of the British Association of 1991

 

Urological (B.A.U.S.) held at the Scottish exhibition center in Glasgow in June


 

Conference of the International College of Surgeons held at Nairobi Kenya in October.

 

Annual General Meeting of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (B.A.U.S.) held at Bournemouth

 

International conference center. Theme: Laparascopic Nephrectomy

1991

 

 

 

 

1992


 

 

Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting of the 1992
Association of Surgeons of East Africa held in Kisumu in  
March.  
Regional conference of the Association of Surgeons of East 1994
Africa held at Kisumu in Kenya in March.  

 

 

 

SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED DURING 1995

 

Joint meeting of the Association of Surgeons of East 2nd-4th March Africa and the Surgical Society of Kenya held at

 

Kunste hotel in Nakuru, Kenya.


 

 

Joint meeting of the Urological section of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Pan African Urological Surgeons Association conference held at the Sheraton hotel, Harare, Zimbabwe.

 

Annual General Meeting of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, (B.A.U.S) at Metropole hotel in Brighton, United Kingdom.

 

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Seminar on the current trends in the management of benign prostatic hyperplasis held at the hotel Sirikwa in Eldoret, Kenya

Seminar on recent advances in the management of benign prostatic hyperplasia at Pandya Memorial Hospital, Mombasa, Kenya

 

The second biennial scientific congress and meeting of the Pan African Urological Surgeons Association (P.A.U.S.A) held at the Grand Regency hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, Presented a paper.

 

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 1996

 

Seminar on the current concepts of Prostatic Anatomy and Pathology held at the Serena hotel, Nairobi. Presented a paper

 

Seminar on medical management of benign Prostatic Hyperplasia held at Pandya Memorial Hospital, Mombasa, Kenya.

 

Conference of the Association of Surgeons of East Africa held at Green Hill in Nyeri, Kenya.

 

Twenty Fourth Annual General meeting and Scientific Conference of the Kenya Medical Association held at Imperial Hotel in Kisumu, Kenya.

 

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 1997

 

    February
First continental meeting of the African Society of  
Impotence Research (A.S.I.R.) held at the Grand  
Regency hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.  
Third Biennial Congress of the Pan African Urological August
Surgeons Association (P.A.U.S.A.) held at Kruger park  
Pretoria in South Africa.  
Twenty fifth Annual General Meeting and Scientific of August
the Kenya Medical Association held at the Mayfair  
hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.  
Twenty fourth Congress of Societe’ International September
D’Urologie (S.I.U.) held at the Palais Des Conference in  
Montreal, Canada.  
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 1998    
First Regional Erectile Dysfunction Advisory Council 26th Feb-2nd Mar
(E.D.A.C.) meeting for Africa, Middle East, India and  
Pakistan held at the Table Bay hotel, Cape Town,  
South Africa.  

 

 

 

The XXII biennial Congress of the Urological Association of South Africa at the Waterfront in South Africa.

 

Pan Arab Urological Scientific Conference held at Nile Hilton hotel in Cairo, Egypt.

 

The second Regional Erictile Dysfunction Advisory Council (E.D.A.C) meeting for Africa, Middle East, India and Pakistan held at the Marriot hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 

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2nd-6th Mar

 

 

 

 

 

3rd-9th Oct

 

11th – 13th Oct


 

Symposium on erectile dysfunction held at the 31st Oct.
Grand  Regency  hotel  in  Nairobi.  Presented  a  paper  
titled: Erectile Dysfunction in Kenya.  
Symposium on erectile dysfunction held at the White 2nd November
sands  hotel  in  Mombasa,  Kenya.  Presented  a  paper  
titled: Overview of erectile dysfunction in East Africa.  
Symposium  on  erectile  dysfunction  held  at  the 3rd November
Imperial Hotel in Kisumu Kenya.  
Symposium on erectile dysfunction at Sirikwa hotel, 4th November
Eldoret.  
Symposium on erectile dysfunction held at the Grand 17th December
Imperial hotel in Kampala, Uganda. Presented a paper  

 

on my personal experience with Sildenafil in Nairobi.  
CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN1999    
Annual General meeting and Scientific Conference of April
the Kenya Medical Association held at Kunste Hotel  
in Nakuru, Kenya.  
Annual General meeting and Scientific Conference of 21st-25th June
the   British   Association   of   Urological   Surgeons  
(B.A.U.S.)  held  at   the   Scottish   Exhibition   and  
Conference Centre in Glasgow, United Kingdom.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Regional Erectile Dysfunction Advisory Council (E.D.A.C.) 4th September
for  Africa,  Middle  East,  India  and  Pakistan  at  hotel  
Movenpick in Cairo, Egypt.  
Third Regional Erectile Dysfunction Advisory Council 5th September
(E.D.A.C.) for Africa, Middle East, India and Pakistan held  
at the Movenpick hotel in Cairo, Egypt.  
Mediterranean Urological Association Conference held in 6th September
Cairo, Egypt.  

 

 

SOME SELECTED ACADEMIC CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 2000-2004

 

Fifth International consultation on Benign Prostatic 24-27 Jun.2000
Hypeplasis (BPH) held at Palais des Congre’s, 2 Place  
de la Porte Maillot 75017, Paris France.  
First International Consultation on Nosocomial and 25-29 Jun. 2000
association  Health  Care  Associated  Infectious  in  
Urology (NHCAIU) held at Palais des Congre’s 2 Place  
de la Porte Maillot 75017 Paris, France.  
4th  Beinial  Scientific  Congress  of  the  Pan  African 19-22 Sept.2000
Urological Surgeon’s Association held at Sousse City,  
UK.  
XVII Inclen Global meeting held at Montien Riverside 15-19 Oct.2000
Hotel Bangkok Thailand.  
25th Congress of the Socie’te International D’Urologie 28 Oct.-3 Nov.2000
held at Palais des Congre’s Suntec City Singapore.  
British Association of Urological Surgeons Scientific 20-26 Jun.2004
Conference    held    at    Harrogate   International  
Conference Centre, Harrogate UK.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

 

  1. BACHELOR OF MEDICINE BACHELOR OF SURGERY (MBChB) DEGREE

 

 

Teaches undergraduate MBChB students in General Surgery and Urology. These include students in their third and fifth final year in surgery and urology. The teaching includes large class lectures, small group tutorials and clinical ward demonstrations, clinical ward rounds, outpatient clinics and theatre demonstrations.

 

  1. BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY (BDS) DEGREE

 

 

Teaches undergraduate Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) students in general surgery in their second year. The teaching includes large class lectures, small group tutorial and clinical ward demonstrations, clinical ward rounds, outpatient clinics and theatre demonstrations.

 

  1. BACHELOR OF NURSING SCIENCES DEGREE

 

 

Teaches Bachelor of Nursing Science general surgery during their clinical posting in surgical wards at Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

POST GRADUATE TEACHING AND SUPERVISION

 

Teaches Postgraduate students training for Master of Medicine (M.Med) Surgery Degrees. The teaching includes large class lectures, small tutorial groups, clinical ward demonstrations, ward rounds, outpatient clinics, and theatre techniques. In addition I have supervised to completion some fourty students for their Master of Medicine Theses in various general surgical and urological topics from 1988 to date as detailed in the following page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OTHER ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES AT THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY

 

(A) POSTGRADUATE MASTER  OF MEDICINE IN SURGERY  THESIS
  SUPERVISION (1988-2015)          
1. Dr. Dan O. Raburu 1990 Prospective study of surgical acute
      abdomen as seen at the Kenyatta
      National Hospital.    
2. Dr. John O. Odondi 1990 Correlation of signs, and symptoms
      and  history  of  the  weight  of  the
      prostate in benign prostratic
      hyperplasia, a prospective study.
3. Dr. Roland F. Kaale 1990 Primary penile neoplasms   at
      Kenyatta National Hospital
4. Dr. Tanga O. Audi 1992 Keloids in Kenyatta National
      Hospital        
5. Dr. H. M. Reeves 1993 Incidental  carcinoma  as  seen  at
      Kenyatta National Hospital.
6. Dr. B. R. Ayumba 1994 Gangrene of the scrotum as seen at
      Kenyatta National Hospital.
7. Dr. Jerim O. Odera 1996 Five  years  retrospective  study  of
      obstructive  Uropathy  as  seen  and
      treated at Kenyatta National
      Hospital (1988-1992).  
8. Dr. Augustine Arap 1996 Priapism at Kenyatta National
  Kirui   Hospital.        
9. Dr. Fred Otsyeno 1997 Testicular torsion at Kenyatta
      National Hospital.    
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10. Dr. George K. 1998 The pattern of emergency
  Nganga   admissions  in  the  departments  of
      General and  Orthopaedic Surgery
      at Kenyatta National Hospital.
11. Dr. John Chuwanga 1998 HIV seroprevalence among patients
      admitted  for  elective  surgery  at
      Kenyatta National Hospital.
12. Dr. S. V. Okumu 1998 Posterior urethral strictures   at
      Kenyatta National Hospitals.
13. Dr. Kizitus Omondi 1998 The  role  of  preoperative  blood
  Afulo   deposit in general and orthopaedic
      surgery   patient at Kenyatta
      National Hospital.    
14. Dr. Albert Obiri 1999 Renal injuries at Kenyatta National
      Hospital        
15. Dr. E. O. Nyaim 1999 Testicular tumours at Kenyatta
      National Hospital.    
16. Dr. P. C. Wanyoike 1999 The  use  of  flaps  in  surgery  at
      Kenyatta National Hospital. A ten
      year retrospective study.  
17. Dr. Jean Machayo 1999 Morbidity and mortality   rates
      among   patients undergoing
      laparotomy  at Kenyatta National
      Hospital according to preoperative
      management.      
18. Dr. Rosaline Atieno 1999 Carcinoma of the breast: A hospital
      based study.      
19. Dr. W. R. Wasike 2000 Clinical  prostate  cancer  based  on
      hisotological  diagnosis  as  seen  at
      Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

 

 

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20. Dr. Ojwang Lusi 2000 A   Surgical   audit   of   Urological
      malignant  tumours  as   seen  at
      Kenyatta National Hospital.
21. Dr. C. Ochieng 2000 The   pattern   of   non   iatrogenic
  Ondego   injuries to the urinary bladder.
22. Dr. George Adari 2000 Review of the management of post
      laparotomy enterocutaneous
      fistulae at Kenyatta National
      Hospital.          
23. Dr. D. K. Mubale 2001 Urethral injuries in pelvic fractures
      at Kenyatta National Hospital.
24. Dr. L. N. Kahoro 2001 The   incidence   and   pattern   of
      ureteric   injuries   as   seen   at
      Kenyatta National Hospital over a
      ten year period.      
25. Dr. W. N. Khamala 2001 Erictile dysfunction as seen at the
      outpatient clinics of the Kenyatta
      National Hospital.      
26. Dr. A. Koech 2002 Urodynamic studies in patients
      with benign prostatic hyperplasia
      at Kenyatta National Hospital.
27. Dr. S. K. Chavda 2002 Correlation of clinical sysmptoms,
      physical signs andhistological
      diagnosis in acute appendicitis  at
      Kenyatta National Hospital.
28. Dr. W. Wambani 2002 The role of radiological imaging in
      Urological diagnosis at  Kenyatta
      National Hospital.      
29. Dr. Francis Otieno 2002 A study of   autogenious
  Ayugi   arteriovenous   fistulae for
      haemodialysis at Kenyatta National
      Hospital.          
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30. Dr. Ibrahim Hassan 2003 The management of external hernia
      at Kenyatta National Hospital.
31. Dr. F. N. Kuria 2003 Cardiothoracic injuries at Kenyatta
      National Hospital.      
32. Dr. A. Al-Ammary A. 2003 Review  of  Gall  Bladder  cancer  at
  Yasr   seen at Kenyatta National Hospital
      over a thirteen year period.  
33. Dr. Oburru Ezekiel 2003 Non   metabolic causes of
      Pathological Fractures at Kenyatta
      National Hospital.      
34. Dr. D. K. Kiptoon 2004 The immediate post operative
      outcome  of  patients undergoing
      Prostatectomy for benign prostatic
      hyperplasis at  Kenyatta  National
      Hospital.        
35. Dr. Daniel M. 2004 Dog   Bite   Injuries   at   Kenyatta
  Mbinga   National Hospital.      
36. Dr. Mohammed 2005 Pattern of blood ordering. Cross
  Musa   Matching  and  Utilisation  in  the
      Surgical   suites of Kenyatta
      National Hospital.      
37. Dr. O. Ongile 2006 Pancreatic tumours   a Kenyatta
      National Hospital.      
38. Dr. Robert Pukose 2007 Outcome of the effects of the new
      road  traffic  rules  and  regulations
      on   the   incidence   and   service
      vehicle related injuries presenting
      at the Kenyatta National Hospital.
39. Dr. John Opeya 2010 The relationship between serum
      albumin and the outcomes in with
      patients   with enterocutaneous
      fistals at Kenyatta National
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Hospital.


 

  1. Dr. Bernard Oburu

2015

Evaluation

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count and heutrophils in assessing


 

the  severity  of  acute  appendicitis

 

at Kenyatta National Hospital.


 

 

  • ACADEMIC SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Ngugi P, Magoha G, Nyagah P. Fornler’s Gangrene in the HIV era

Afr. Health Science 2014 December, 14(4) 1063-8

 

  1. Ngugi P. M,Magoha G. A., Kiptoon D. Urolithiasis in Kenya

East African Medical Journal 2010 October, 87(10 : 395-9

 

  1. Magoha G. A. Magoha O. B

 

Aetiology, Diagnosis and Management of Haemospermia – a review Urolithiasis in Kenya

 

East African Medical Journal 2007 December; 84(12): 589-94

 

  1. Magoha G. A. O. Prostate cancer

East African Medical Journal. Vol 84 No.9, S1, Sept 2007.

 

  1. Magoha G. A. O.

 

Overview of prostate cancer in indigenous black Africans and blacks in African ancestry in diaspora 1935-2007

 

East African Medical Journal. Vol 84 No.9, S3, Sept 2007.

 

  1. Ngugi P. M. and Magoha G. A. O.

 

The management of early prostate cancer: a review

 

East African Medical Journal. Vol 84 No.9, S24, Sept 2007.

 

  1. Wasike R. W. and Magoha G. A. O.

 

Descriptive case series of patients presenting with cancer of the prostate and their management at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi.

 

East African Medical Journal. Vol 84 No.9, S31, Sept 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Kiptoon D. K., Magoha G. A. O. and Owillah F. A.

 

Early postoperative outcomes of patients undergoing prostatectomy for benign prostatic hyperplasia at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi

 

East African Medical Journal. Vol 84 No.9, S40, Sept 2007

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O Testicular Injuries

East African Medical Journal. Vol. 84(8): 353-5 Aug 2007

 

  1. Hassan S, Chavda S. K. Magoha G.A.O

 

Appendicectomy for recurrent and chronic appendicitis Tropical Doct. Vol.37 (1): 56-7, Jan 2007

 

  1. Chavda S. K., Hassan S., Magoha G. A. O. Appendicitis at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi

East African Medical Journal. Volume 82 (10) 526-30 Octo.2005

 

  1. Krieger J. N., Bailey R. c., Opeya J., Ayieko B., Opiyo F., Agot K., Parker C., Ndinya-Achola J. O., Magoha G. A., Moses S.

Adult male circumcision: results of a standardized procedure in Kisumu District, Kenya

 

British Journal of Urology: Vol.96: 1109-1113, 2005

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Urological Foot Prints in Kenya: ” That Water May Flow”: A story about Male Genital Cancer and Dysfunction. Journal of Discovery and Innovation. Vol. 16: 5-19, 2004.

 

  1. Reid G., Bhandari M., Magoha G.A.O., Bulbul M., Favero

 

M., Mignard J.P., and Schultz J.

 

Sterilization and disinfection of Instruments used in Urology: In Nosocomial and Health Care Associated Infections in Urology pages 121-150, Eds. Naber K.G., Pechere J.C., Kumizawa J., Khoury S., Gerberding J.L., and Schaeffer A.J., WHO and IUCC Health Publication 2001.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O., Mwanda W.O., and Afulo O.K.

 

Autologous transfusion in Surgical Practice at Kenyatta National Hospital.

East African Medical Journal, Vol. 78: 564-567 November 2001.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Magoha G.A.O. and Ngumi Z.W.W.

 

Renal transplantation during the 20th Century. East African Medical Journal, Vol. 78: May 2001.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O. Nocturnal enuresis.

East African Medical Journal, 77: 633-634, 2000.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Cancer of the Penis at Kenyatta National Hospital. East African Medical Journal, 77: 526-530, 2000.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O. and Magoha O.B.

 

The current global status of female genital mutilation (FGM) East African Medical Journal, 77: 64-68, 2000.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

The management and survival in advanced prostate cancer in Nairobi. East African Medical Journal, 77: 25-29, 2000.

 

  1. Opot E.N., and Magoha G.A.O.

 

Testicular cancer at Kenyatta National Hospital. East African Medical Journal, 77: 80-85, 2000.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Sildenafil (Viagra) in the management of male erectile dysfunction in Nairobi.

 

East African Medical Journal, 77: 76-79, 2000.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Missed Torsion of the testis. Health Journal, 3: 52-55, 1999.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Circumcision in various Nigerian and Kenyan hospitals. East African Medical Journal, 76: 583-586, 1999.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O., and Ngumi Z.W.W.

 

The training of surgeons in Kenya at the University of Nairobi, Kenyatta National Hospital.

East African Medical Journal, 76: 462-464, 1999.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Magoha G.A.O. Ureteric injuries.

East African Medical Journal, 76: 181-183, 1999.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

The Management of male erectile dysfunction: A review. East

 

African Medical Journal, 75: 623-627, 1998.

 

  1. Ayumba B.R., and Magoha G.A.O.

 

Epidemiological aspects of Fournier’s Gangrene at Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

East African Medical Journal, 75: 582-585, 1998.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Local infiltration and spermatic cord block for inguinal, scrotal and testicular surgery.

 

East African Medical Journal, 75: 575-577, 1998

 

  1. Ayumba B.R., and Magoha G.A.O.

 

Management of Fournier’s Gangrene at Kenyatta Hospital.National East African Medical Journal, 75: 370-373, 1998.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Finasteride in the treatment of patients with moderate symptoms of benign prostatic Hyperplasia.

 

East African Medical Journal, 75: 260-263, 1998.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Benign and malignant prostatic obstruction. East African Medical Journal, 75: 257-259, 1998.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Nosocomial infection of the urinary tract: Pattern of antibiotic use and drug Resistance.

East African Medical Journal, 74: 190-194, 1997.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Effect of Ageing on androgen levels in elderly males. East African Medical Journal, 74: 642-644, 1977.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Screening and Early detection for prostate cancer. East African Medical Journal, 74: 664-666, 1997.

 

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  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Medical management of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). East African Medical Journal, 73: 453-456,1996.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Implications and therapeutic considerations for BPH of the anatomical basis of incidental carcinoma of the prostate. Proc. Assoc. Surg. East Africa, March 1996.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Ten years experience with chronic prostatitis in Africans. East African Medical Journal, 73: 176-178, 1996.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Bilateral primary malignant lymphoma of the testis: A case report.

 

East African Medical Journal, 73: 151-152, 1996.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Testicular Torsion salvage rate in Africans in Nairobi. East African Medical Journal, 72: 758-760, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Torsion of the testis and testicular appendages: A diagnostic dilemma or ignorance?

 

Proceedings of the second biennial conference of the Pan African Urological Surgeons Association (PAUSA) held in Nairobi, page 10, September 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Testicular Cancer in Nigerians.

 

East African Medical Journal, 72: 554-556, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Management of carcinoma of the penis: A review.

 

East African Medical Journal, 72: 547-550, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Cancer of the male genital tract.

 

East African Medical Journal, 72: 545-546, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Priapism: A historical and update review.

 

East African Medical Journal, 72: 399-401, 1995.

 

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  1. Magoha G.A.O., and Kaale R.F.

 

Epidemiological and clinical aspects of carcinoma of the penis at Kenyatta National Hospital.

 

East African Medical Journal, 72: 360-364, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Epidemiological and clinical aspects of incidental carcinoma of the prostate in Africans: Experience at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Lagos and Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi. East African Medical Journal, 72: 283-288, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

The status of medical ethics in Kenya today. Medicus, 14: 75-78, 1995.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

The role of varicocelectomy in the management of infertile males with varicoceles.

East African Medical Journal, 71: 800-802, 1994.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O. Urolithiasis.

 

East African Medical Journal, 67: 681-683, 1990.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Prognosis in poorly differentiated carcinoma of the prostate. Nairobi Journal of Medicine, 16: 17-19, 1990.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Transperineal Trucut needle biopsy of the prostate: A prospective Study.

Medicom, 10: 12-13, 1990.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Subcapsular Orchidectomy in the management of prostatic carcinoma in Nigerians.

 

East African Medical Journal, 66: 400-403, 1989.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Testicular torsion salvage rate in Nigerians in Lagos. East African Medical Journal, 66: 324-327, 1989.

 

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  1. Magoha G.A.O.

 

Low dose clomiphane citrate therapy in oligospermic men with idiopathic primary infertility.

Nairobi Journal of Medicine, Vol. 15:42-45, 1988.

 

  1. Osegbe D.N., Ogunkua A., and Magoha, G.A.O Testicular torsion rate in Nigerians.

 

Tropical and Geographic Medicine Journal 39: 372-374, 1987.

 

  1. Rowe I.F.,Magoha G.A.O., Elmalik F., Whitwam J.G.,

 

Williams G. and Pepys M.D.

 

Measurement of serum C-Reactive protein concentration after renal transplantation.

 

Journal of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation 2: 39-41, 1987.

 

  1. Magoha, G.A.O.

 

Primary carcinoma of the prostate in Nigerians as seen at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital.

Thesis submitted in fulfilment of the final examination in Urology, F.M.C.S.(urol), 1985.

 

  1. Magoha, G.A.O., Odunjo E.O., and Amaku E.O.

 

Incidental carcinoma in surgically resected prostates in Nigerians. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine (3): 9-12, 1985.

 

  1. Elesha S.O., Magoha G.A.O., and Ketiku K.K. Primary malignant lymphoma of the breast.

 

Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine(2): 15-19, 1984.

 

  1. Magoha G.A.O., Ojeifo J.O., and Ashiru O.A.

 

The effect of exogenous testosterone on the testicular histology in male rats. Proceedings of American Society of Andrology, Philadelphia Pennsylvania. (1): K35, 1983.

 

  1. Osegbe D.N. and Magoha G.A.O.

 

The effect of rectal examination on serum acid phosphatase levels in benign and malignant prostatic disease.

Postgraduate Medical Journal (58): 763-766, 1982.

 

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NATIONAL, CONTINENTAL AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES FROM 1999 TO DATE

 

  1. MEMBER OF THE MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND DENTISTS BOARD FROM 1999 TO DATE

 

I was elected a member of the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board in 1999 and subsequently elected Chairman of the Boards Private Practice Committee charged with the regulation of medical practice in Kenya. In this capacity, I have inspected most of the Government and Private Medical institutions countrywide over the past five years. I am also a member of the Finance Committee of the Board.

 

 

  1. CHAIRMAN MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND DENTISTS BOARD OF KENYA FROM 2009 TO DATE

 

I was appointed Chairman of the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board of Kenya in November 2009 and re-appointed in 2014 for another five year term. As Chairman, I have steered the board to oversee the construction of the current four storey office block at a cost of three hundred million Kenya shillings saved internally as a result of prudent financial management. The office block which is already occupied is set to be officially open on the 6th of April 2015.

 

As Chairman of the board, I have also led the Kenyan delegation to inspect together with delegates from other partner States, all Universities (both private and public) within the East African Community States that are responsible for the training of medical doctors. We have already inspected seven Universities in the republic of Uganda, and eight Universities in Kenya. We are scheduled to inspect eight Universities in Tanzania later this month (March 2016) before proceeding to Rwanda and Burundi.

 

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  1. PRESIDENT ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL COUNCILS OF AFRICA (AMCOA)

 

I was elected the president of the Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) in Kigali in the republic of Rwanda in 2013, and re-elected in Mombasa Kenya in 2015 for another term of two years. As president of AMCOA, i am responsible for the regulation of medical and health health practice on the whole continent of Africa.

 

  1. PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES (AAU)

 

I was president of the Association of African Universities (AAU) from 2010 to 2013. As the president of AAU, I was at the helm of all the Universities in the African Continent, and used this opportunity to expand not only my African but also global educational and research networks for the benefit of my University and country at large.

 

  1. MEMBER OF THE ERECTILE DYSFUNCION ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST, INDIA, PAKISTAN AND TURKEY – 1988 TO 2001

 

As a member of the erectile dysfunction advisory council, I represented Eastern and Central Africa including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Zaire and Central African Republic.

 

 

  1. PATRON OF THE OLD STAREHIAN MEDICS – 1997 TO DATE

 

 

Old Starehe Boys who have become doctors provide free and regular general medical and specialist care to the current students of Starehe Boys Centre at no cost.

 

  1. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF ST. MARY’S SCHOOL, YALA

 

  1. EXTERNAL EXAMINER IN SURGERY FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT MUHIMBILI MEDICAL CENTRE.

 

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  1. VISITING CONSULTANT UROLOGIST AND SURGEON TO THE NAIROBI HOSPITAL, NAIROBI

 

  1. VISITING CONSULTANT UROLOGIST AND SURGEON TO THE AGA- KHAN HOSPITAL, NAIROBI

 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS AND GRANTS

 

 

  1. The Association of African Universities (INTERAF) Scholarship.

 

  1. The German Academic Exchange (DAAD) Scholarship.

 

  1. The Lagos University Teaching Hospital Scholarship.

 

 

 

RESEARCH COLLABORATION

 

 

  1. With MSD Pharmaceuticals in, 1995 – Marcel Ngira

 

  1. With Pfizer International, 1998 – B. Onyango

 

  1. With University of Manitoba, Current – Steve Moses

 

  1. University of Washington Seattle, Current – Bob Bailey

 

 

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAUNCHES FOR DRUGS USED FOR TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

 

  1. As distinguished Professor of Surgery and Urology and a member of Erectile Dysfunction Advisory Council, launched sildenafil (VIAGRA) for Pfizer International Limited in Nairobi Kenya in December 1998.

 

  1. Launched Sildenafil (VIAGRA) for Pfizer International Limited in Kampala, Uganda in December 1998.

 

  1. Launched Tadalafil (CIALIS) for Eli Lilly Company Limited in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in 2003.

 

  1. Launched Tadalafil (CIALIS) for Eli Lilly Company Limited in Accra Ghana in February 2004.

 

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FIELDS OF CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

 

  1. CANCER OF THE MALE GENITAL TRACT

 

  1. PROSTATE CANCER

 

Engaged in the continuous study of the Epidemiology and Clinical Behaviour of Prostate Cancer in black Africans in Collaboration with the Universities of Lagos and Dakar. Is Prostate Cancer a more clinically malignant disease in Black Africans and Africans in Diaspora?

 

  1. CANCER OF THE PENIS

 

Engaged in the continuous study of all aspects of Cancer of Penis in Africans. The incidence and general Epidemiology of this Cancer and its relationship with circumcision in adolescence and adults are some of the phenomena being studied.

 

  1. TESTICULAR CANCER

 

Engaged in a study to confirm my findings in Nigeria that Testicular Cancer is rare among black Africans.

 

 

  1. DOES CIRCUMCISION PREVENT HIV?

 

Currently involved in a collaborative study with the University of Manitoba, Canada, and the University of Washington Seattle USA at the Lumumba Health Centre in Kisumu. This is controlled Randomized Clinical Study on the effect of circumcision on the incidence of HIV in Kisumu.

 

  1. MALE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

 

Currently involved in research on the incidence of male erectile dysfunction in this locality. Also involved in the Medicalization and Destigmatization of the disease in this locality.

 

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INAUGURAL LECTURE

 

Delivered at the multipurpose 8-4-4 Hall of the University of Nairobi on the 9th of October 2003. This was the 35 th Inaugural Lecture at the University of Nairobi. The topic was “Urological Foot Prints in Kenya, that Water May Flow, a Story about Male Genital Cancer and Dysfunction”.

 

 

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

 

  1. Enjoys wide reading of International current affairs

 

  1. Walking and Jogging

 

  1. Enjoys Classical Music

 

 

  1. Reading History

 

  1. Gardening and tree planting

 

 

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REFEREES

 

 

  1. Manu Chandaria P O Box 50826-00200 Nairobi

 

Email: [email protected]

 

 

  1. J. B. Wanjui

 

P O Box 46037-00100 Nairobi [email protected]

 

  1. John Nyangeri Simba Chancellor, Pwani University Pwani University

 

P.O. BOX 195 KILIFI [email protected]

 

  1. Joseph Amolo Aluoch

 

Vice President, Pan African Thoracic Society

 

&

 

Chairman, HIV Clinicians Society of Kenya P.O Box 59032-00200 Nairobi

E-mail: [email protected]

 

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