Welcome to the 4th Annual Uganda Conference on Palliative Care. This conference is a partnership between Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI)…
Prof. William Bazeyo
CEO of Africa One Health University Network (AFROHUN), Chief of Party and Director Resilient Africa Network (RAN), Director Africa Centre for Tobacco Control (CTCA)
Prof. William Bazeyo is a Ugandan Retired Professor of Occupational Medicine, holding a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree (MB ChB) Makerere University, a Master of Medicine (Occupational Medicine ) (M Med OM) National University of Singapore, a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)-Atlantic International University and a Doctor of Science (Honorary Degree) from Tufts University in recognition of his service to humanity in Public Health in Africa and has a certificate in Authentic Leadership Development (ALD) from Harvard Business School. While at Makerere University, he served as Head University Grants and Management Support Unit, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration), Dean School of Public Health among others.
Currently Bazeyo is CEO of Africa One Health University Network (AFROHUN), Chief of Party and Director Resilient Africa Network (RAN), Director Africa Centre for Tobacco Control (CTCA)
Bazeyo serves on several National committees, Chairman of the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Innovation Council, Ministry of ICT and National Guidance, Member Board of Trustees of the MTN Uganda Foundation, Chair to the Board of Uganda Cancer Institute and Government representative on Busitema University Council and Chair of Uganda National Research Innovation Fund at the Ministry of Science and Technology Office of the President. His research has been funded by USAID, CDC, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, IDRC and has published more than 100 articles in peer reviewed journals. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow (MJF) of Lions International and was awarded Gold Medal, Highest Civilian Honor of Uganda by the HE President of Uganda 2018. November 2022 was awarded the Life time achievement award among Heroes in Health Awards (HIHA) in Uganda for leading effectively and efficiently responding to community health emergencies.