Jacob’s research interests include the epidemiology of infectious diseases, molecular epidemiology of multi-drug resistant pathogens and other pathogens of public health importance, and a one health approach to antimicrobial resistance. He has contributed to and co-authored more than 30 scientific articles.
2019-24 Metabolic and molecular ecological evolution of opportunistic pulmonary fungal co-infections (MeMoF project). Co-PI, EDCTP- Funded Project Grant no: TMA2019CDF-2789-MeMoF
2019-20 Mapping and tracking antimicrobial resistance in Eastern Uganda. Investigator VLIROUS no.UG2018SIN236A102
2017-20 Makerere University/Uganda Virus Research Institute Centre of Excellence for Infection and Immunity Research and Training (MUII-plus) fellowship. Funded by The DELTAS Africa Initiative
2015-17: One Health Central and East Africa (OHCEA), Investigator, Funded by The International Development Research Centre-Canada (IDRC) [grant107743/Z/15/Z]
Jacob Stanley Iramiot, BSc, MSc, PhD, Fellow Med Ed
Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology,
Faculty of Health Sciences
P.O. Box 1460 Mbale, Uganda.
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