PhD student. Research interests on genomics, bioinformatics and drug resistance. PhD in collaboration with CAPRISA, NHLS and Stanford University.
I currently work as a Bioinformatics Science Manager for BioAfrica at Nelson Mandela School of Medicine for Prof. Tulio de Oliveira and Prof. Frank Tanser
Prof. Tulio de Oliveira
My research interests concentrates on viral evolution under selection pressure created in the transmission, acquisition and drug escape processes. A particular point of interest is on the study of virus' origins and the effect of network of transmissions in the spread of epidemics in Africa and other continents. I also enjoy developing bioinformatics software applications and running a next generation sequencing (NGS) laboratory.
Dr. Jennifer Giandhari
Post-doctoral researcher fellow. Research interests in HIV-1 genomics and drug resistance.
Dr. Tiago Graf
Research interests in phylogenetics and molecular evolution.
Dr. Yumna Moosa
PhD/MSc student. Research interests in viromics, bioinformatics and mathematics.
My PhD focuses on the social, ethical and legal issues associated with using pathogen data to link infections, in particular, using phylogenetic analysis results as evidence to prove HIV transmission
Dr. Veron Ramsuran
My work focus on host factors associating with HIV disease, with special interest on the Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) genes. I am also very interested epigenetics techniques such as CRISPR and DNA methylation.
Dr. Andrew Tomita
Post-doctoral researcher fellow with interests in BIG DATA analysis.
Dr. Alain Vandormael
Post-doctoral researcher fellow. Multi-disciplinary research interests, including sociology, epidemiology, statistics, and demography.
Dr. Eduan Wilkinson
My main area of interest is the molecular epidemiology of HIV-1 in the Southern African region.