NZUNGIZE Lambert is a scientist in life science trained to work in infectious diseases
using synthetic biology and computational biology approaches. He holds a Master’s
degree in Microorganism and Biochemical Pharmacy and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences
specialized in Microbiology from the Southwest University, China. His research focused
on mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance and transcriptomic data analysis. Dr.
Lambert has extensive research experience in molecular and cellular biology, genomics,
biochemistry, and bioinformatics tools for drug resistance toward infectious diseases,
respiratory and lung diseases. He has experience in RNA seq, scRNA seq and data
analysis using Linux, R and Python. In 2020 he was awarded a Chinese Government
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- Malaria Vectors, RNA seq, Insecticide Resistance, Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics,
Functional Genomics, qRTPCR, Gene Ontology.
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Develop and apply transcriptomic approaches to detect molecular markers for
metabolic resistance in malaria vectors. Such novel markers are essential for the
identification of pyrethroid resistance in malaria vectors Africa-wide.
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