Antimicrobial resistance in Kenya: interview with Samuel Kariuki

Samuel Kariuki is professor and head, Centre for Microbiology Research at KEMRI, Nairobi. His research interest lies in the epidemiology and molecular characterisation of enteric bacterial pathogens and antimicrobial resistance.

Last Updated: Tuesday 29 November 2016 | 06:34:49 AM

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