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 Charles M. Mulei is a professor of Veterinary Internal Medicine and Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Nairobi. He has been in academia for the last 34 years rising from an assistant lecturer in 1979 to a full professor in 2003. He is an academic member of staff in the Department of Clinical Studies, where he teaches Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Animal Health Management (Herd Health) and Veterinary Clinical Pathology and Chemistry. He has demonstrable professional skills in field veterinary work, teaching of both undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University, scientific publications and extension services. He has a great deal of experience in teaching and supervision of both undergraduate and postgraduate student’s research projects. He has supervised and examined many Master and PhD theses of both local and international students. He has also been an external examiner in various universities in the region; Makerere University (Uganda), Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania) and University of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe).

Professor Charles M. Mulei has published widely in referred scientific journals. He has published a total of 115 scientific papers; 80 in peer-referred scientific journals and 35 in proceedings of scientific conferences and workshops. He has also co-authored NINE scholarly books; Four for university level and Five for secondary school agriculture (Form one to form four pupil’s books).

Before becoming Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Professor Charles M. Mulei was the Chairman of Clinical Studies Department for four years. He was an acting Dean for one year before he was voted in as a substantive Dean in December 2012.

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