Amir Mumin is the new Chairman of the Association of Medical Students of the University of Nairobi (AMSUN) after he vied for the post unopposed in the elections that were held on 8th October, 2019.
Mutua Victor and Nyakio Mburu are AMSUN’s 1st Vice Chair and 2nd Vice Chair respectively also having for the respective posts unopposed.
Charitè-Universitätsmediizin Berlin (CUB) and University of Nairobi (UoN) exchange program is a 1-month fully sponsored research-based elective. It was pioneered by a student in 2016 with 3 cycles since.
The 2018 recipients were: Becky Wanjiku Njuguna, Brian Bundi Nyamweya, Evans Mutia Mutwiri, Mandela Kibiriti Mwangi, Ruth Kwamboka Nyang'aya and Sandra Obaje Maseno.
The following account is an attempt to summarize our collective experience:
Charitè University and hospital:
The first day that marked the beginning of a life defining experience at the University of Washington (UW) began with the rich, strong aroma of coffee wafting through the hospital lobby, a sharp contrast to the ice cold air outside. After all, we were at the home of Starbucks. We had such an amazing time shadowing residents and attendings in the Radiology department during this 4-week medical elective. We got undivided attention from brilliant attendings, fellows and residents who were giftedly funny, nice, and took their time to offer words of wisdom amidst amusing anecdotes.
Prof. Walter Jaoko, Director KAVI-Institute of Clinical Research was one of the ten individuals who were honoured at the Ten out of Ten (1O/10) Awards held at the House of Lords in the Palace of Westminster, London on 9th September, 2019.
The Ten out of Ten Awards aims at facilitating an important conversation about the intersection that must converge in order to meet the UN targets of globally ending all new HIV diagnosis by 2030.