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Ms Elizabeth Gori

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Ms. Elizabeth Gori

MSc Biotechnology (UZ), BSc Hons Biochemistry (UZ)

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Ms Gori is the current Chairperson and Veterinary Biochemistry Lecturer in the Department of Preclinical Veterinary Studies. She joined the UZ in 2005. Her area of specialization is Veterinary Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Ms Gori’s Research interests include Molecular and Chemical Pathology of Infectious and non-communicable diseases. Ms Gori is currently pursuing her DPhil studies with the University of Zimbabwe. Prior to joining the University of Zimbabwe, Ms Gori worked as a Research Officer, Department of Research and Specialist Services, Ministry of Agriculture.

Areas of Specialization: Veterinary Biochemistry and Molecular Biology                                

Research interest: Molecular and Chemical Pathology of Infectious and non-communicable diseases – Cardiovascular and HIV

 

Research Publications

  1. Mduluza T, Gori E, Chitongo P, Midzi N, Ruwona Y, Soko W, Mlambo G, Mutambu SL, Kumar N (2013). Analysis of TNF-α and IL-10 gene polymorphisms in Zimbabwean children exposed to malaria African Journal of Biotechnology,12(10): 1034-1039, http://dx.doi.org/10.5897/AJB12.2443
  2. Mwandiringana E, Gori E, Nyengerai T, Chidzwondo F (2012). Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) detection of mixedTrypanosome infection and blood meal origin in field captured tsetse flies from Zambia. Africa Journal of Biotechnology, 11(79): 14490-14497, http://dx.doi.org/10.5897/AJB12.2134
  3. Nyengerai T, Gori E, Mwandiringana E, Mushayi W, Nheta B (2012). Identification of landing site preference of fully-fed Glossina pallidipes and Glossina morsitans (dipteral: glossinidae). Journal of Environmental Issues and Agriculture in Developing Countries, 4(3): 43-55
  4. Matope G, Muma JB, Toft N, Gori E, Lund A, Nielsen K, Skjerve E (2011). Evaluation of sensitivity and specificity of RBT, c-ELISA and fluorescence polarization assay for diagnosis of brucellosis in cattle using latent class analysis.Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology,141 (1-2):58-63,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetimm.2011.02.005

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