Interview with EPI-Biostat Fellow Dr Sarah Nyangu
In 2021, ten consortia received funding to train 151 highly skilled epidemiologists and biostatisticians across sub-Saharan Africa. This highly anticipated training programme, dubbed as the ‘EPI-Biostat Fellowship programme’, is supported by EDCTP and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) as part of its framework for public health workforce development. Six Fellows of the first cohort (through the ENTRANT consortium) recently completed their training and obtained their MSc in Epidemiology. We interviewed on of them: Dr Sarah Nyangu.