Post-doctoral fellows

Dr. Olotu, Fisayo

olotufisayo@gmail.com

His research focuses on the investigation of biomolecules in disease vs non-disease models using structural bioinformatics methods, ligand chemistry and dynamics (structure-activity relationship), and the implementation of drug discovery pipelines for efficient hit-to-lead selection.

Dr. Sheik Amamuddy, Olivier

oliserand@gmail.com

His areas of interest include the application of structural bioinformatics methods for the early stages of drug discovery and the training of machine learning models mainly in the context of drug resistance.

Dr. Sanyanga, T. Allan

t.sanyanga@ru.ac.za

Drug discovery and pathogen resistance mechanisms. Investigation of mutation effects on the structure and function of proteins, to either discover new effective drug compounds or improve the efficacy of existing ones.


PhD students

Dr Tendwa, Bilinga M

bilingatendwa@gmail.com

Bantar, Rolland

rollandbantar@yahoo.com

Barozi, Victor

vbarozi2@gmail.com

Baye, Bertha

berthabaye@gmail.com



Bebey, Reine

reinebebey@gmail.com

Boateng, Rita Afriyie

ritaafriyieboateng@gmail.com

Chamboko, Chiratidzo

chichi2x9@gmail.com

Dendera, Washington

salemworld24@gmail.com



Jemosop, Lorna

lornajemosop@gmail.com

Khairalla, Afrah

u10322249@tuks.co.za

Okeke, Chiamaka Jessica

okekechiamaka39@gmail.com

Mbaisi, Lillian

lilymbaisi@gmail.com



Mokgerwa Zach, Monama

mokgerwa101@gmail.com

Muronzi, Tendai

muronzitendai@hotmail.com

Novokoza, Yolanda

nompiri@gmail.com

Nabatanzi, Margaret

margienabs@gmail.com



Veldman, Wayde

wamiveld@gmail.com


MSc students

Hare, Fadzayi

One-year MSc

Tshabalala, Thulani

One-year MSc



Damji, Amira

One-year MSc

Mbunge, Mihlali

One-year MSc

Dudha, Nabeelah

One-year MSc

Gowo, Prudence

One-year MSc



Zabo, Sophakama

One-year MSc

Kenyon, Thomas

One-year MSc


Honours students

  • Beemadoo, Ravisen