• Review on Multidisciplinary Funded Research on IoT

     

    Internet of Things (IoT) Research on disaster predication and mitigation, a multidisciplinary research team reviewing progress on a multidisciplinary NRF funded research at Strathmore University on 22nd September, 2018

     

     

  • First Year Students Orientation

     

    The First Years of 2018/2019 Academic Year starting their academic journey on Monday 24th Sept 2018.

     

     

  • Post Graduate Students Seminar

     

    Postgraduate Students Seminar: Postgraduate students undertaking MSc in Information Technology and PhD in Information Technology

     

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HealthIT: The Driver to Revolutionize Health Information Systems in Health Sector in Kenya

itTwo School of Computing and Informatics staff (Dr. Kelvin Omieno and Mr. Jasper Ondulo) attended recently concluded Ministry of Health and Counties Research Consultative workshop that brought together the University researchers from HealthIT team (UoN), Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, University of Kabianga, Rongo University and Maseno University, and County Health management teams from Kisumu county, Migori County, Kakamega county and Kericho County that took place on 12th-13th March 2018 in Homabay County.

 

Some of the presenters included: Dr. Maurine Adoyo (Moi University), Prof. Peter Waiganjo (UoN), Mr. John K. Kenduiwo (MD University of Nairobi Enterprises and Services Ltd), Dr. Charles Nzioka of Ministry of Health and Prof. Charles Mbakaya (Rongo University).
The School of Computing and Informatics of Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology recently signed an MOU with School of Computing and Informatics of University of Nairobi. This is aimed at fostering partnership and research collaborations through HealthIT project funded by USAID. The collaboration was spearheaded by Dr. Kelvin Omieno, who is also the Acting Dean of the School, MMUST and Prof. Robert Oboko and Dr. Dan Orwa of University of Nairobi.

There has been a series of other activities that have been conducted since the collaboration was initiated. Today other Universities have since come on board including Rongo University, Maseno University and University of Kabianga. The Research agenda is being fostered in close partnership with local County Health Management Teams (CHMTs) of Kakamega, Kericho, Migori and Kisumu in order to solve local problems in the area of Health Information Systems in the respective counties.

Executive Dean

 

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Dr. Kelvin Kabeti Omieno.
Ag. Dean School of Computing & Informatics, MMUST 


Contact Information:      


School of Computing and Informatics

P.O. Box 190 Kakamega 
email:deansci@mmust.ac.ke

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