Frank Ndakala


Frank Sawanga Ndakala holds a PhD in Tropical and Infectious Diseases from the University of Nairobi, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Translational Medicine from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He works as a research scientist and public policy advisor in the State Department of University Education and Research (SDUE&R), Ministry of Education (MoE) in Kenya. Also, he serves as director in the Laikipia University Council and as Principal Investigator for Pfizer supported Quality Improvement project on antimicrobial stewardship in Kenya. He has served for over 15 years at Senior Management positions in the Public and private sector. Furthermore, he has previously coordinated research and projects at national, regional, and international level including collaboration with the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, UK on innovation studies. He has previously served in the Board of Management of 3 National Public Institutions and 2 University Councils.
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