Are you ready for I’m a Scientist?

The very first I’m a Scientist Kenya event kicks off next week with the Health Zone. Students will start logging in soon to ask their first questions, and the scientists are putting finishing touches to their profile pages.

From 22nd September to 3rd October, five scientists will be answering students’ questions and taking part in live chats, while they compete for the prize of 50,000 KSh to spend on their own project in schools. Let’s meet the scientists taking part…

priscillangothoPriscilla Ngotho

PhD student in molecular biology and parasitology
Find out more about Priscilla and her research on lethal malaria parasites on on her profile page.

melissakapuluMelissa Kapulu

Post-doctoral research on malaria transmission-blocking studies
To find out more about Melissa’s research, head over to her profile page.

moseskitiMoses Kiti

Research Officer
Check out Moses’ profile page to learn more about his research.

jamesotienoJames Otieno

Bioinformatics Research Assistant
To learn more about James’ bioinformatics research, take a look at his profile page.

dorcaskamuyaDorcas Kamuya

Post-doctoral researcher
Take a look at Dorcas’ profile page to learn more about her work on ethics.

For the latest news and updates on the event, head over to the Health Zone, or follow @IASKenya on Twitter.

Posted on September 17, 2014 by modjosh in News. 1 comment

One Response to Are you ready for I’m a Scientist?

  1. 244heaa22 says:

    Good work

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