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Dr. Michael N. Walekhwa is an accomplished Medical Immunologist and Infectious Diseases expert with a PhD in Medical Immunology, an MSc in Infectious Diseases, and a BSc in Medical Laboratory Sciences. He’s a lecturer at the School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Kabarak University. Dr. Walekhwa is an innovative researcher, focusing on vaccine development and evaluation. He has published ground-breaking research in high-impact journals, and presented his research findings at international conferences. He is a finalist MBA in Strategic Management candidate, enhancing his strategic and business-minded approach with a focus on quality management systems. Dr. Walekhwa is a thought leader in his field, playing a key role in the development of cutting-edge vaccines and therapies, pushing the boundaries of medical immunology.
Valerie Suge-Michieka is a highly skilled critical care and emergency nurse specialist, nurse educator, and researcher. She holds an MSc in Nursing in Critical Care and a BSN, and is pursuing a PhD in Nursing Sciences with a focus on Medical-Surgical Nursing. As a Kabarak University lecturer, she’s dedicated to improving nursing practice and patient outcomes through evidence-based research and high-quality education. Valerie’s research interests include patient safety, interprofessional collaboration, and evidence-based practice in critical care nursing. She has published numerous papers in leading nursing journals and presented her findings at national and international conferences, inspiring other nurses to pursue evidence-based research to improve patient outcomes and advance the practice of nursing.