After participating in the AAOS scholarship, Dr Kigera then proceeded for a two week surgical fellowship hosted by the Orthocarolina Foundation of the Orthocarolina Orthopaedics Group in Charlotte, USA. Here he participated in various clinical activities with an emphasis on open shoulder surgery. This included hemi-arthroplasties, anatomic shoulder replacements, reverse shoulder replacements and revision shoulder replacements.
The 12th Graduation of the mortuary science course took place on 3rd march 2015 at the department of Human Anatomy, University of Nairobi. Twenty four students graduated during the ceremony.
Dr. Kevin Ongeti attended an AO trauma course on fractures from 15th to 17th July 2015 at Dental School Nairobi.
Faculty during the training included Prof. Hatem Said, Prof. Mahmood Odat, Prof. Tahami Mohammed, Prof. John Atinga'a and Dr. Khaled Sherif.
Prof. Hassan Saidi seated, takes a student through a viva session
The department of Human Anatomy successfuly conducted special and supplementary examinations 2015 on Friday 10th July 2015. The exams consisted of a 2 hour practical examination and vivas. Drs. Joseph Githaiga and Ojuka were external examiners during the session.
Prof. Isaac Kibwage being shown around the department
Dr. Beda Olabu (Right) taking AMREF students through a laboratory session
Dr. Kirsteen Awori presenting during the conference
Members of Staff encouraging Prof. Gichangi and His family
Members of Staff at the Gichangis' home
Dr. Moses Obimbo shares his experience as he undertakes his research at University of California San Fransisco
Dr. Moses Obimbo at UCSF
The Body donor Program at the Department of Human Anatomy is now active. The fourth body was donated on 30th June 2015. The Program accepts donations of human bodies for use by various individuals and institutions in connection with education and research. In doing so, the Program’s goals are: