2021 Students on attachment
As a research and training institution, one of AiBST's objectives is to give learning opportunities to young people in order to drive a science, technology and innovation biomedical industry in Africa. Here we present the young people who are joining AiBST for their industrial attachment
Sylvester Mungombe is an undergraduate student at the University of Zimbabwe studying the BSc Honours in Biochemistry. He is currently working as an intern as a Biochemist as part of his industrial attachment program. His love for virology and genetics drove him to the field of Biochemistry and he hopes to provide practical solutions to the world’s problems through science and innovative thinking.
Lubelihle Rosilin Ncube
Miss Lubelihle Rosilin Ncube is a Bsc Honours in Biochemistry undergraduate student at the University of Zimbabwe. She is working as a Biochemist intern at Aibst as part of a third-year industrial program. She has a deep passion for genetics and pharmacology. She has the vision to make the world a better place by the way of science and biotechnology.
Makomborero Marufu is an undergraduate student at the Harare Institute of Technology studying the Bachelor of Technology (Hons) in biotechnology degree. She is currently working as an intern as a Biotechnologist as part of her industrial attachment program. Her love for pharmacogenomics and DNA analysis drove her to the field of Biotechnology and she hopes to provide practical solutions to the world’s problems through new drug development and innovative thinking
Tariro Mushambwe is an undergraduate student at the University of Zimbabwe studying towards a BSc Honours in Biochemistry. She is currently working as an intern as a Biochemist as part of her industrial attachment program. Her keen interest in Microbiology and Clinical Biochemistry drove her to the field of Biochemistry. She aspires to take part in the eradication of infectious diseases that have afflicted human kind for many years.