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I have lived and studied in Uganda all my life. I hold a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree from Mbarara University of Science and Technology. Following completion of the degree, I did my junior residency at Mulago National Referral Hospital gaining first-hand experience in the management of cardiac, renal and infectious diseases. For the last two years, I have been involved in the comprehensive management of complex Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Tuberculosis cases at the Infectious Diseases Institute. I have been involved in liver cancer research, expansion of the hepatitis clinic and designing of Hepatitis B prevention strategies at the Institute. I continue to provide care to patients with HIV-Hepatitis B co-infections and those with Non-communicable diseases. Currently, I am a CME coordinator and trainer at the Infectious Diseases Institute, and I offer comprehensive care to all HIV patients with virological failure.

The MSc Internal Medicine will go a long way in equipping me with the expertise to manage cardiac, renal and gastroenteric cases. I am humbled to study at the prestigious University of Edinburgh, and I am very grateful to the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh for offering me the opportunity to advance my career in internal medicine.