Slider
Image

Mercury Shitindo

Ms. Shitindo is a Bioethicist and a Resource Mobilization officer at St Paul’s University with over 15 years progressive management experience. She is currently a PhD fellow evaluating the current ethics review systems with the aim of improving effectiveness and efficiency through research ethics leadership in East and West Africa under the BCA-WA-ETHICS II, funded by the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). She is a WCG International Fellow and an Open Peer Reviewer. She promotes human rights and human dignity in all aspects of life with general benefits to the African society, as well as for specific intellectual purposes through writing, training, and building initiatives that share knowledge and learned experiences across platforms in Africa. She has worked on research ethics violations and guidelines for the Evaluation of Mental Health Research in Africa from a Gender Perspective under BCA-WA-ETHICS II. She played a key role in the establishment of Strathmore University Institutional Review Board, and contributed to the development of two curriculums. She has been at the helm of Girls Leading our World Initiatives- IGLOW since 2011 as the program coordinator, then as the program manager presently in a voluntary role. She is an avid writer and trains ethics committees’ reviewers.

Africa Bioethics Network

Africa Bioethics Network is committed to cultivating a culture and tradition of excellence in both fundamental areas in the society. The network promotes human rights and human dignity in all aspects of life with general benefits of the African society, as well as for specific intellectual purposes.

Find Us On Social

   
     

    

 

Africa Map

©2023Africabioethicsnetwork.org. All Rights Reserved. Designed By FORT ict