A group photo with NIMR Director General Prof. Said S. Aboud (sitting on the middle) during his visit to NIMR Tanga Centre on 22/12/2022
HIV1 Viral load (HVL) and Early Infants diagnosis (HEID) using Cobas Ampliprep/ TaqMan at the Virology unit of NIMR Tanga Centre
Microbiology Unit
Determination of Full Blood Picture at NIMR Tanga Centre
Agilent Technology-AriaMx real-time PCR machine at Molecular section
Teaching Microscope
Molecular Biology unit at Korogwe Research Laboratory
On job Trainings
Antimicrobial stewardship trainings A; 1st training at Bombo hospital
On job Trainings
Antimicrobial stewardship trainings B; 2nd training at AMBRELA

Tanga Medical Research Centre is one of the seven centres of the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) which is strategically situated adjacent to the Tanga Regional Referral Hospital (Bombo Hospital) in Tanga City, north-eastern Tanzania. Its history dates back to the mid 1970s when a Helminthiasis Research Unit was established by the Medical Research Council of UK within the premises of Bombo Hospital. However, after the establishment of NIMR in 1980, Helminthiasis Research Unit was incorporated in the NIMR and renamed Bombo Research Station under the umbrella of Amani Research Centre located at Amani Hills, in Muheza district, Tanga. Read more>>