SUPPORT; MSc AND PhD SCHOLARSHIP ON AFLATOXIN

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The United Republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Agriculture has announced scholarships for MSc and PhD on aflatoxin control through the TANIPAC project. The announcement was made through public media, including the Daily News newspaper (Monday 23rd November, 2020)

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The Department of Veterinary Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology wishes to call for any applicant who thinks to apply for the scholarship, and who plans to undertake the studies at SUA to get a support on academic mentoring for the program. The department has a number of scientists, including Dr Benigni Temba (Pictured below) who have specialized in the area of mycotoxin control.

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Anyone who wants to be hosted at the department for the anounced program is advised to send his/her concept note to Dr Temba through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and will be advised accordingly.

The department wishes the best to all applicants

 

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