Research News

East and West African Sickle Cell Anaemia are Genetically Similar

African collaboration unpicks disease variations by combining local genomic research with large-scale genome-wide association techniques.
Sickle cell anaemia is most common in Africa and up to 11,000 children are born with the condition every year in Tanzania alone. Yet most of what is known about the genetic basis of this inherited disease comes from studies of US-based or UK-based African-Caribbean populations. Read More!

Short Courses

Teaching Methodology
Starting date : 7th Sept to 16th Oct 2015, Venue: MUHAS. Download the Advert.
Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry (CRD)
Starting date : 28th Sept 2015 to 2nd Oct 2015, Venue: MUHAS. Download the Advert and Application Form

Management Of Odontogenic Infections
Starting date : 7th to 12th Sept, 2015, Venue: MUHAS. Download the Advert and Registration Form.

Regional Course on Clinical Pharmacokinetics
Starting date : 21st to 30th  March  2016, Venue: Dar Es Salaam. Download the Advert and Application Form
Regional Course on Promoting Rational Use of Medicines
Starting date : 5th to 13th  October  2015, Venue: Dar Es Salaam. Download the Advert and Application Form

Traditional Medicine Development
The five days short course training on Traditional Medicine Development that was scheduled starting from 24th to 28th August, 2015 has been postponed due to unavoidable circumstances and will now take place starting from 28th September to 2nd October, 2015. The closing date for application and payment will now be on 15th September, 2015. 
Venue: MUHAS: Download the Advert (Swahili, English) and Application Forms (Swahili, English)
Medicine Evaluation and Registration
Starting date :19th Oct to 4th Nov,2015, Venue: MUHAS and TFDA. Download the Advert.

Research Links and Collaborations

Library Services

The University Library  is the largest national collection of health/medical resources materials. Its main function is to provide Library documentation services to support health/ medical services, research and teaching at the University.Read More!

Kalenga Guest House
The MUHAS Kalenga Guest House (KGH) is a comfortable and safe place for researchers, faculty, fellows and residents located along Kalenga Street plot No 490, Upanga area.
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