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Research dissemination


20th – 21st NOVEMBER, 2015.

The College of Medicine (CoM) is pleased to announce its 19th annual Research Dissemination Conference. The conference will start with the Research Open Day (ROD) on Friday 20th November, 2015 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The ROD will be followed by the Research Dissemination Conference (RDC) on Saturday, 21st November, 2015 from 08:00 am to 5:00 pm. Both events will be held at the College of Medicine Mahatma Gandhi Campus in Blantyre. The theme of the conference is: Addressing the double threat of non-communicable and communicable diseases in Malawi”.

Dr Eliya Zulu -- Executive Director & Founder of African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP).Eliya is a leading expert in population issues

Dr Eliya Zulu — Executive Director & Founder of African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP).Eliya is a leading expert in population issues


Prof MalcomMolyneux, MD, PhD Former Director& MLW Senior Scientist in Malaria.Malcolm’s work focuses on pathogenesis and treatment of severe disease in children














The Research Open Day will showcase on-going and planned research activities at the College of Medicine and its research affiliates namely; Blantyre Malaria Project (BMP), Johns Hopkins Project (JHP), Malaria Alert Centre (MAC), Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme (MLW) and Malawi Epidemiological and Intervention Research Unit (MEIRU). This will be an opportunity for stakeholders and members of the general public to have informal interaction with research scientists on the purpose and relevance of the research activities undertaken. Thereafter, participants will be invited to visit various research pavilions. There will also be an opportunity for participants to tour various laboratories of the College of Medicine and the research affiliates. These will include the Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Clinical Chemistry, Haematology and Histopathology laboratories. A visit to the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Centre has also been planned for participants.


While the Research Open Day is free, participants to the Research Dissemination Conference (RDC) will be required to pay the following fees;


  1. Undergraduate and Postgraduate students: MK7,500.00
  2. University of Malawi Faculty members: MK15,000.00
  3. Other delegates: MK25,000.00


Note: The fees will cover the cost of lunch, refreshments, printing of abstract booklet and other conference-related expenses.


The aim of the RDC is to disseminate emerging research findings to stakeholders in the health sector, researchers and the interested general public and assess the relevance of the findings to health policy formulation, programme implementation and clinical practice. The RDC will bring together research scientists, health practitioners and policy makers from within and outside Malawi. Specifically, participation will be drawn from government; civil society organizations (CSOs), development partners, universities, media, private sector, industries and research institutions. During the RDC, researchers and all the stakeholders will discuss emerging research findings through oral and poster presentations. The presentations will focus on the following areas: Communicable diseases, Health systems, HIV and AIDS; Malaria; Maternal and Child Health; Non-Communicable Diseases and TB. Because CoM is an academic institution, committed to stimulating research culture among students, there will also be a special session where research students will present their research findings. Prizes will be awarded to the best student presenters.


During the conference, there will be a John Chiphangwi Lecture which will be delivered in honor of late Professor John Chiphangwi, who is the pioneer of the College of Medicine.


At the end of the conference, it is expected that participants will benefit from the deliberations in a number of ways including the following:


  • Share experiences and gain knowledge on recent research findings that could be used for future programming;
  • Identify and analyse existing gaps which could be addressed in future research and
  • Acquire knowledge on the extent to which the College of Medicine and its partners are undertaking research to improve the quality of life of Malawians and mankind.


If you would like to attend the conference, please register in advance by contacting us or

For more information please write to the following e-mail address:

2015rdcenquiries@medcol.mwor call any of the following telephone numbers:

+265 (0)993 137 527 (Mrs Lucia Msiska) / +265 (0)888 123 811 (Mrs Regina Chikuse)

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