Professor Frank Mosha

Head of the College based  Pan-Africa Malaria Vector Research Consortium (PAMVERC) program

Professor Frank Mosha Holds a PhD in Medical Parasitolog and has over 40 years research experience in malaria and filariasis transmission and control studies as well as malaria clinical trials.  Professor Mosha started his research career at the E.A. Community Malaria Research Institute at Amani Tanga (now NIMR) in 1973 then after 5 years moved to the International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE)- Kenya, then WHO- OCP in Mali as a consultant in blackly control. In 1987, He worked at the Tropical Pesticides Research Institute (TPRI) where he served as chief research officer then Director until 1998, from where he moved to his current station, KCMUC, Moshi Tanzania.  He is now heavily involved with malaria vector research studies and clinical trials. He heads the College based Pan-Africal Malaria Vector Research Consortium (PAMVERC) program and also serves as a professor at the College. He has supervised 11 PhD students and has published 113 scientific papers in peer review journals