Dalu Mancama, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria

Dalu Mancama is a principal Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) researcher and research group leader for the bioassays and high-throughput screening research team. His qualifications include an BSc in applied biochemistry from Brunel University and specialisation in molecular cell biology and genetics through an MSc and PhD from the University of London Colleges of Imperial and Institute of Psychiatry/King’s College. Prior to joining the CSIR, he was a post-doctoral Novartis and subsequently NARSAD research fellow at King’s College.
Mancama heads the multidisciplinary high-throughput screening research group that comprises molecular cell biologists, biochemists, organic chemists and computational scientists whose efforts are focused on employing high content/throughput approaches to developing therapeutic and diagnostic interventions in partnership with academic, clinical, and industrial collaborators. Mancama has authored and co-authored numerous peer-reviewed publications.
Academic qualifications:
BSc (Hons) (Applied Biochemistry), Brunel University, United Kingdom, 1995
MSc (Human Molecular Genetics), University of London’s Imperial College, United Kingdom, (1996)
PhD (Genetics), King’s College, United Kingdom 2001

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