UZ CHS Research Support Centre

The University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences (UZ-CHS) RSC was established in 2010, as a one-stop centre for research support to faculty and students. The RSC provides research support services that include identification and dissemination of funding opportunities, grant proposal development and submission, award negotiation, project and financial management. The RSC operates in close liaison with other university structures guiding and supporting research including the College Research Board, the Postgraduate Office and the Central Finance Office.

The RSC aims to engender a culture of research in the College in line with the university’s strategic focus of bolstering its recognition internationally as a centre of excellence research and innovation.

CALL FOR COVID-19 FELLOWSHIPS

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PHD/DPHIL OR POST-DOCTORAL COVID-19 FELLOWSHIPS

The Training for Research Excellence and Mentorship in Tuberculosis (TRENT) is a consortium of the University of Zimbabwe, the Biomedical Research Training Institute (BRTI), and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to provide multi-disciplinary training to junior scientists to strengthen research capacity and promote high quality, innovative, and locally relevant HIV/TB and related research. The programme is supported by the NIH/Fogarty International Center in the United States of America. The TRENT programme invites applications for DPhil/PhD and post-doctoral fellowships who would like to focus on COVID-19 research. The fellowship is on offer for one year, with a possibility of a renewal.For more information Click here

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Current Research Focus

Mental Health

Human Immunodeficiency Virus

Tuberculosis