Mr. Daniel Protasy Challe is a Senior Research officer employed by the National Institute for Medical Research at Tanga Medical Research Centre since July, 2010. He has completely dedicated his career interests and dreams in biomedical research in the field of the demography, epidemiology and biostatistics. He has a Bachelor degree of Population and Development Planning from the Institute of Rural Development Planning; Dodoma-Tanzania. He also holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Epidemiology and Applied Biostatistics from Tumaini University Makumira, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College; Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.
He is currently, a PhD student at the Open University of Tanzania with research tittle; Spatial-temporal mapping and micro-stratification of malaria risk and associated factors in areas of different transmission intensities in Tanzania. In his carrier, he managed to acquire two grants; Drivers of HIV in motorcyclist riders and also, Dengue and febrile illness studies. He managed to conduct analysis of various medical research studies and publish at least six articles in different peer review journals. Moreover, he managed to attend several scientific conferences, short courses and meetings in which positively enabled him to improve capacity in his carrier. His future plan is to become a Health Researcher who will be able to execute more biomedical researches for the betterment of his own country people.
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