– Susan Nayiga –
ResearcherInfectious Disease Research Collaboration
Plot 2C, Nakasero Hill Road Kampala Uganda
Susan is a social scientist with the Infectious Diseases Research Collaboration (IDRC) in Kampala, Uganda where she has been involved in researching social aspects of malaria since 2006. Her current research is on understanding the consequences of the imperative to restrict antimicrobial medicine use in Uganda. She is interested in understanding how the imperative to restrict antibiotics impacts care.Share
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