Dr. Bernard Mbwele, MD MSc

Founding Faculty Staff at EDU and Expert Staff in Evidence-Based Medicine, Physiology, Biochemistry and Internal Medicine since 2016; Lecturer in Epidemiology and Evidence based Medicine

“EDU is operating with state of the art virtual classrooms that are effective and efficient in monitoring medical students and lectures from all over the world, coordinated by digital teaching schedules that allow for more freedom to interact with students and peer lecturers.”

– Dr. Mbwele on why he works for EDU

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PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

2016 – present: University of Dar es Salaam – Mbeya College of Health and Allied Sciences (UDSM-MCHAS), Department of Epidemiology

2015 – 2016: Project Lead for National  PMTCT Training  on elimination of  Vertical HIV Transmission from Mothers to Child at ITECH Tanzania 

2013 – 2015: Clinical Team Lead and CQI Specialist at CSSC PEPFAR Program

2011 – 2012: Clinical Research Coordinator for Reproductive Maternal Newborn and Child Health at Kilimanjaro Clinical Research Institute (KCRI)

2008 – 2012: Clinical Instructor at Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences 

2006 – 2007: Clinical Researcher Coordinator at NIMR MMRC, Mbeya

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2018: Field Epidemiologist, Regional Health Bureau of SNNPR and WHO, Ethiopia 

2018: Field Epidemiologist, Mekelle University  – Mekelle College of Health Sciences, Ayder Hospital and Mums for Mum’s, Ethiopia

2014: Expert in Health Economics for Athens Institute of  Education and Research, (ATINER) Greece

2013: Expert Multidisciplinary Epidemiologist from Stellenbosch University, South Africa 

2012: Expert for Quality of Care Institute of Quality of Healthcare – Radboud University, Netherlands

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

2004: Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, formerly the University of Dar es Salaam – Muhimbili College of Health Sciences (MUCHS)