The National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) is a Parastatal Organization established by Act of Parliament No. 23 of 1979 (CAP.59, R.E. 2002) and became operational in 1980. The NIMR Muhimbili Medical Research Centre is looking for fulltime qualified Tanzanians to fill the posts of Project Coordinator, Study Clinicians, Sociologist, Statistician, and Community Health Worker.
On behalf of the Director General of the National Institute for Medical Research, the Centre Director of Muhimbili Medical Research Centre wishes to advertise the above mentioned posts which require highly motivated and competent Tanzanians to fill the posts on an annual contract basis with the possibility of renewal.
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58 New Job Vacancies at The National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) – Various Posts
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- Assistant Data Officer
- Principal Research Officer
- Research Officer (Bright-Sam Research Project)
- Research Officer (CLIMATCH Study)
- Data Management Officer (Bright-Sam Research Project)
- Data Management Officer (CLIMATCH Study)
- PhD Fellow – CLIMATE CHANGE AND HEALTH TRACK
- 2 PhD Fellow – NCDs TRACK
- 2 Community Tracers
- 2 Assistant Pharmacist
- 3 PhD Fellow
- 4 Research Clinicians
- 6 Assistant Nursing Officers
- 8 Research Assistants
- 12 Assistant Nursing Officers
- 12 Research Assistants
The National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) is a Parastatal Organization established by an Act of Parliament No. 23 of 1979 (CAP.59, R.E.2002) and became operational in 1980. NIMR-Mwanza Research Centre is one of the NIMR Centers located in Mwanza region. The Centre is currently conducting research on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) as well as other diseases of public health importance. The National Institute for Medical Research is looking for the qualified, experienced and well-motivated personnel to fill various positions into different projects at NIMR Mwanza Centre.
1. BRIGHT-SAM RESEARCH PROJECT
The Institute is collaborating with Rigshospitalet (Danish National Hospital), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and University of Liverpool to conduct a clinical trial to test the effects of novel Ready to Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTF) and a program of psychosocial stimulation on cognitive and nutritional outcomes among malnourished children in Mwanza region.
2. CLIMATCH STUDY
The Institute is collaborating with Rigshospitalet (Danish National Hospital) and Tanzania Meteorological Agency and other partners to conduct a study investigating the long-term effects of climate change on non-communicable diseases (CLIMATCH Study).
3. PARENT APP PROJECT:
NIMR is collaborating with the University of Oxford, UK and University of Cape Town, South Africa to conduct a two-arm cluster randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ParentApp (an evidence-based parenting app for parents and caregivers of adolescents aged 10-18 years) on improving parenting, reducing violence and assessing processes and outcomes which address parenting skills that promote holistic adolescent development, specifically related to executive function and social integration using a learning through play approach. The study is being conducted in two regions – Mwanza and Shinyanga in Tanzania.
4. RAFT PROJECT:
The Institute is collaborating with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to conduct a study on Resilience Against Future Threats (RAFT) through Vector Control, generating new research evidence to inform malaria control programmes and global LLIN-buying agencies to ensure that national mosquito control strategies are increasingly effective and appropriate in the face of new and changing mosquito-borne disease threats, particularly in Africa.
Deadline for submission: 27th October, 2023.