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KAKAIRE MICHAEL NYENDE

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Dr
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Senior Lecturer

Dr. Michael Nyende Kakaire is Senior Lecturer from the Department of Medical Laboratory Science (MLS). He has PhD (MUST) MSc (University of Nairobi) BVM (MUK), Dip. MLT (MUK), Cert. MLT (MUK). He joined MUST 2001. He is currently involved in Teaching, research, supervising under graduate and graduate research projects. He also offers Agro-vet consultancy services.                                                           

A. His research interests include but not limited to;

  1. The immunological relationship between Trypanosoma evansi and Trypanosoma vivax: Identification, isolation, characterization and determination of the immunological properties of their immunogenic proteins private sponsored
  2.  Toxoplasmosis: Its rapid diagnostic tests and ELISA sero-findings, prevalence and association with bad obstetrics outcomes in Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital private sponsored
  3. Bovine trypanosomiasis in Bukanga county, Isingiro District: Prevalence, farmers’ knowledge and livestock management practices funded by Kayanja Foundation Fellowship
  4.  Prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases: a case study of syphilis and candidiasis in mothers attending Mbarara University antenatal clinic private sponsored
  5. The role of the clinical laboratory in confirmatory diagnosis and estimation of prevalence of typhoid fever in febrile patients attending Mbarara University teaching hospital, private sponsored
  6. The prevalence of cryptosporidiosis among diarrhea patients admitted to Mbarara University teaching hospital, private sponsored.
  7. Prevalence of Intestinal Nematodes in primary school pupils in Mbarara Army Primary School.Private sponsored.
  8. Prevalence of malaria parasites among blood donors in southwestern Uganda, private sponsored.
  9. Evaluation of hexagon-tuberculosis method in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis at TASO, Mbarara branch and Mbarara University teaching hospital. Private sponsored.
  10. Common intestinal parasites among prisoners attending clinics at Kakiika and Mbarara prisons.Private sponsored.
  11. Plasma lipid levels in patients attending the diabetes clinic at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored.
  12. Prevalence of human intestinal helminthes infection among residents of Lake Kwania fish landing sites. Private sponsored
  13. Malaria incidence and its influencing factors: A case study of Mbarara University students attending the students’ clinic. Private sponsored
  14. The common causative agents of bloody diarrhea in patients attending Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored.
  15. Urinary tract infections among HIV positive and negative pregnant mothers attending Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  16. Intestinal parasitic infections in pupils of one rural primary school in Kyaka County, Kyenjojo District. Private sponsored.
  17. Prevalence of intestinal protozoan parasites in patients admitted in Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital medical ward. Private sponsored
  18. Prevalence of intestinal parasites among inmates of Luzira prison. Private sponsor
  19. Prevalence of parasitic intestinal infections in patients attending the outpatients department of Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  20. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes infection among residents of Katosi fish landing site in Mukono District. Private sponsored.
  21. Prevalence of cryptosporidiosis in children presenting with diarrhea at the pediatric ward of Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  22. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes in children presenting with abdominal pain and diarrhea in pediatrics ward at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored.
  23. Prevalence of intestinal parasites among pre-primary schoolchildren in Kiswahili, Mbarara Municipality private sponso
  24. Prevalence of intestinal schistosomiasis in Aliba Wiria Primary School children, Arua District.Private sponsored.
  25. Prevalence of intestinal helminthiasis in patients presenting with abdominal disturbances at the out patients’ department of Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital.
  26. Prevalence of intestinal parasites among schoolchildren at Mbarara Army Primary School, Mbarara Municipality.
  27. Prevalence of visceral leishmaniasis in patients presenting with malaria like symptoms at Amudat Hospital. Private sponsored
  28. Prevalence of trypanosomiasis in patients presenting with fever at the outpatient department clinic of Kibuku Health Sub-District Hospital private sponsored
  29. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes infestation among schoolchildren of Rutooma Modern Primary School. Private sponsored
  30. Prevalence of human African trypanasomiasis in patients presenting with fever, chills, rigor and headache at the out patients department of Lwala Hospital, Kaberamido District. private sponsored.
  31. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes in newly diagnosed HIV/AIDS victims at TASO Mbarara branch. Private sponsored
  32. Prevalence of liver rot disease (infection with Fasciola species) in animals slaughtered at Mbarara Municipality abattoir Private sponsored
  33. Prevalence of pulmonary tuberculosis in inmates at Gulu Regional Prison, northern Uganda.Private sponsored.
  34.  comparative study of rapid diagnostic tests and microscopy with polymerase chain reaction as diagnostic methods for malaria at the outpatient department at Mbarara Regional Referral .Private sponsored.
  35. Prevalence of malaria in pregnant mothers attending antenatal care services at Nakivale Health Centre III. Private sponsored.
  36. Prevalence of human African trypanosomiasis among patients presenting with malaria like symptoms in Metu Health centre III, Moyo District. Private sponsored
  37. Prevalence of pulmonary tuberculosis in patients attending HIV/AIDS clinic at Kagando Hospital, Kasese District. Private sponsored
  38. Prevalence of Schistosomiasis among school children of Fatima Aloi Demonstration Primary School, Alebtong District. private sponsored
  39. Coccidian intestinal parasites: Their prevalence among HIV/AIDS patients presenting with diarrhea in medical ward at Arua Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  40. Malaria: Prevalence of mixed infection with Plasmodium species in patients presenting with fever at Arua Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  41. Prevalence of brucellosis among patients presenting with intermittent fever at Amudat Hospital in Amudat District, Karamoja region. Private sponsored
  42. Prevalence of lymphatic filariasis among patients attending the outpatient department of Kamuli Hospital, Kamuli District. Private sponsored
  43. Prevalence of hepatitis B virus infection among patients seeking medical services in Soroti Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  44. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes in schoolchildren of Katete Primary School, Mbarara District. Private sponsored
  45. The Prevalence of hydatid cysts (Echinococcus granulosus cysts) in animals slaughtered at Ruti abattoir in Mbarara Municipality. Private sponsored
  46. Prevalence of intestinal schistosomiasis at the Out Patient Department (OPD) Rhino Camp Health Centre IV Arua District. Private sponsored
  47. Prevalence of trichomoniasis among women attending the sexually transmitted diseases clinic at Mulago National Referral Hospital. Private sponsored. Private sponsored
  48. Prevalence of syphilis in pregnant women attending antenatal clinic at China-Uganda Friendship Hospital, Naguru. Private sponsored.
  49. Prevalence of intestinal nematodes in patients attending the outpatients’ department of Bugono Health Centre IV, Iganga District. Private sponsored
  50. Severe falciparum malaria and its prevalence in patients attending the outpatient department of Arua Regional Referral Hospital in face of the existing prevention and control measures in Arua District. Private sponsored.
  51. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes infection among the Batwa attending Bwindi Community Hospital. Private sponsored
  52. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes in children in the pediatric ward at Fort Portal Regional Referral Hospital. Private sponsored
  53. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes among HIV/AIDS patients attending Itojo District Referral Hospital Ntungamo District. Private sponsored
  54. Prevalence of malaria in children under 5 years presenting with fever at Nyamityobora Health Centre II in Mbarara District. Private sponsored.
  55. Prevalence of intestinal helminthes among pupils below 15 years of age at Kakabara Primary School in Kyegegwa District. Private sponsored
  56. Prevalence of intestinal parasites among patients attending Ruharo Mission Hospital. Private sponsored.
  57. Prevalence of intestinal helminthiasis in children aged 5-15 years in Maracha Primary School, Maracha District. Private sponsored
  58. Seroprevalence of brucellosis among patients presenting with febrile illness at Endiinzi Health Centre III, Isingiro District. Private sponsored
  59. Prevalence of schistosomiasis in Masese fishing village, Jinja District, Uganda. Private sponsored.
  60. Evaluation of Government deworming intervention at Uganda Martyrs Primary School, Mbarara Municipality. Private sponsored.
  61. Integrated tsetse and tick control: its adoption, farmers’ knowledge, practice, attitude, the prevalence of trypanasomiasis and anaplasmosis in Rwampara county, Mbarara district.
  62. Sero- antigen prevalence, risk factors of lymphatic filariasis and podoconiosis in Busiriba sub-County, Kamwenge District, southwestern Uganda.  Funded by  SIDA.
  63. The prevailing species of African trypanosomes and Tsetse flies in Omugo, Koboko and Inve areas in the West Nile Region of Uganda. Private sponsored
  64. The prevalence of asymptomatic malaria among students at International Window School Mbarara. Private sponsored

B.   Academic peer reviewed publications Journal articles in the last Five years

Kakaire M.N.; Olaho M. W. and Lubega G.W. (2013). The immunological relationship between Trypanosoma evansi and Trypanosoma vivax: Serum neutralization studies findings. Bull. Hlth. Prod. Afric. 61, 651-656.Journal: Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa.            Year: 2013

M Kakaire Nyende, W Olaho Mukani and GW Lubega (2015). The immunological relationship between Trypanosoma evansi and Trypanosoma vivax: Immunization by infection, treatment and challenge findings. Bull. Hlth. Prod. Afric. Vol 63, No 2 (2015) 161-172.Journal: Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa. Year: 2015

 

 

 

 

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