Jaffu Othniel Chilongola


Dr. Jaffu Chilongola obtained a Doctor of Vet Medicine degree from the Sokoine University in Morogoro, Tanzania in 1996. Dr. Chilongola studied  Master of Science in Immunology at the Sokoine University from 1998-2000 when he was graduated. In 2002 he moved to Muheza District Hospital in a Northen Tanzania Region where he was involved in a malaria research project in children as a scientist and a Ph.D. candidate sponsored by the Fogarty International Centre (USA) through the International Malaria Research Training Program and worked in Muheza, Morogoro and Seattle WA at different periods from 2002 to 2006. During this period, he applied DNA microarrays to analyze genes expressed in severe pediatric malaria. As head of the Graduate Training Unit of KCMC and Senior Scientist/Senior Lecturer, he has mentored several graduate students. He is a member of the KCMU Co Research and Ethics Committee since 2006.

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His research interest includes understanding the immunological, genetic, epidemiological, and clinical aspects of neglected tropical diseases including zoonotic arboviruses–malaria confections.

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