University of The Witwatersrand, South Africa

The University of the Witwatersrand was granted full university status in 1922. Today, with five faculties (Commerce, Law and Management; Engineering and the Built Environment; Health Sciences; Humanities; Science) and 33 schools, Wits offers approximately 3 400 courses to 40,259 students. Over a third of the student body comprises postgraduate students. With more than 85% of their research published in accredited international journals, they encourage cross-disciplinary research and collaborate with the best researchers and institutions across the globe.


Senior Lecturer, PhD programWits School of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences

Dr. Jude Igumbor

Senior Lecturer, Health and Society Division

Dr. Daphney Conco

Director, Directorate of Research and Graduate Training

Prof. Buyinza Mukadasi

Disease Control & Environmental Health Dep't

Dr. John Bosco Isunju

College of Medicine,University of Ibadan

Prof. Akinyinka Omigbodun

Department of Community Health, College of Medicine

Dr. Adamson S. Muula