Dr Tariro Mawoza
PhD Medicine; MSc Pharmacology; B Pharm
Research Interests: Ethnopharmacology (traditional medicines and pharmacology); Women’s health; HIV/AIDS
GloCAL research fellow; PERFECT fellow; Clayton-Dedonder mentorship fellow;
The Department of Clinical Pharmacology is situated in the University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences (UZ-CHS). Clinical Pharmacology is taught to undergraduate degree programmes such as MBChB, BDS Part III - IV, BSc (Hons) Pharmacy Part II - IV, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Occcupational Therapy and Nursing Science.
The department also runs a 12 month Masters in Clinical Pharmacology programme. It also teaches clinical pharmacology to Post Graduate Diploma (DOSH), Masters in Public Health (MPH) and MMed students.
- To train and provide skilled pharmacologists for the empowerment of the health sector in the country.
- To promote the practice of rational evidence based pharmacotherapy by equipping undergraduate and postgraduate clinical pharmacologists with the principles and skills of optimization of therapeutic practice and clinical research
Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology
College of Health Sciences Building
P O Box A178
Avondale, Harare, Zimbabwe
Telephone No : +263242791631 Ext 2227/2362
Direct line : +263242705581