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Biosketch- Personal statement Dr. G. Mwango

I have the requisite knowledge, skill, capacity and enthusiasm to offer leadership and training in radiology education. I bring on board several years of expertise in ultrasound training at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels. My research areas have been broad-based in the field of Radiology with published work on abdominal and obstetric ultrasound, pediatric imaging and radiology education. I am currently pursing a fellowship in Partnership for Health Research and Training (PHERT) at the University of Nairobi.

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Dr. G. N. Mwango

Publications


2021

Grossheim, L, Ruff P, Ngoma T, Vanderpuye V, Wango GM, Ochieng P, Palmer D, Kouya F, Lasebikan N, Ntekim A, Ngoma M, Bih N, Malloum A, Elzawawy A, Kerr D, Ngwa W.  2021.  Cancer and Covid-19 Experiences at African Cancer Centers: The Silver Lining. JCO Global Oncology. 7:410-415.

2020

Wairimu, FG, Onyambu CK, Nyabanda RA, Mwango GN.  2020.  A Survey of Clinicians’ Preference, Opinion and Satisfaction with Radiological Reports at Kenyatta National Hospital. Journal of Radiology and Radiation Therapy. 8(1):1088(1-5).
Brown, B, Culp M, Olabu BO, Mwango GN, magabe PC, Baigorri BF, Dixon RG.  2020.  Meeting the Need for IR Training in Kenya. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 31(11):1929-1932.
Bundi, LB, Mwango GN, Otieno VO, Mulama BM.  2020.  Clinical neonatal hypoxic ischemic injury: Cranial ultrasound spectrum of findings in neonates admitted to a Newborn Unit in Nairobi, Kenya. West African Journal of Radiology. 27(2):108-113.
Mwango, GN, Gachuiri TT, Muriithi IM, Mulama BM.  2020.  Prevalence of chest radiograph findings in neonates with respiratory distress at Kenyatta National Hospital.. EAMJ. 97(11):3245-3251.

2019

Juma, T, Mwango GN, Mulama B.  2019.  Transperineal ultrasound for anorectal malformation assessment at a tertiary hospital in Nairobi, Kenya. East and Central Africa Journal of Surgery. 24(3)
Macharia, A, Ahmed F, Achieng L, Walong E, Mwango GM, Wamalwa D.  2019.  Empyema necessitans due to Aspergillus in a 3-year-old boy.. The Pan African Medical Journal. 34:86.

2018

Rodrigues, JC, Mwango GN, Onyambu CK.  2018.  The prevalence of abnormal chest radiograph findings in HIV infected children.. East Africa Medical Journal. 95(6):1680-1686.
Gecaga, W, Mwango G, Mutala T.  2018.  Knowledge on ionizing radiation among non-radiologist clinicians at Kenyatta National Hospital- Kenya.. East African Medical Journal. 95(1):1108-1115.

2017

Rehani, B, Brown I, Dandekar S, Sarkodie B, Mwango GM, Rehani M, Lau L, Zhang Y, Dillon W.  2017.  Radiology education in Africa: Analysis of results from 13 African countries. Journal of the American College of Radiology. 14(2):247-252.

2016

Busby, L, Brown I, Mwango G, Rawlings-Fein M, and others.  2016.  RISE (Radiology International Student Education): creation and utilization of virtual online classroom for global radiology education.. Annals of Global Health. 82(3):408-409.
B, R, I B, S D, B S, Gladys M, M R, L L, YC Z, W D.  2016.  Radiology Education in Africa: Analysis of results from 13 countries. Journal of the American College of Radiology.
GN, M, RA N, MG K.  2016.  Championing radiation safety in Africa: The AFROSAFE campaign, May 15 - 20. The International Pediatric Radiology 7th Conjoint Meeting and Exhibition. , Chicago, Illinois, USA

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2010

MATHENGE, DRMURIITHIIAN, NTHAMBI DRMWANGOGLADYS.  2010.  Mwango GN, Muriithi IM. Wandering Spleen: Case Report. EAMJ.2010;87:84-86. . EAST AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL. : EAMJ Abstract
Wandering spleens are rare clinical entities found more commonly in women aged 20-40 years. We report one such case found in a 24-year-old nulliparous woman who presented with low abdominal pains of sudden onset and splenomegaly. An emergency abdominal CT scan showed an enlarged spleen located in the right lumbar region and extending into the pelvis. There was a long splenic pedicle containing tortuous vessels. A review of literature and the postulated aetiological factors and associations are discussed.

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1991

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