Sarah Gift Witto is an Assistant Lecturer at Kampala International University (KIU). She has gained over 8 years research experience as a Research Assistant at the Molecular Biology Laboratory in COVAB, a Research Coordinator at the International Livestock Research Institute, and a Laboratory Technologist at the Makerere University John Hopkins University Research Collaboration. Prior to joining KIU, Sarah was a teaching assistant at the University of Kisubi. She is also a proud member of The Allied Health Professionals Council.
Sarah obtained a Master of Science in Molecular Biology, and a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Laboratory Technology from Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda.
She has published several research papers like ‘Occurrence of Cryptosporidium hominis in cattle in Kiruhura district, Western Uganda’, and participated in conferences like the 5th International Scientific Meeting on Sustainable Livelihoods and Health in Africa. Sarah is highly competent in the fields of Molecular Biology/Biochemistry techniques, Immunochemistry, Microbiology techniques, Computer Software, Computational Sequence Analysis, and Data Mining.
She is a relentless individual who works to maintain the academic standards at the Kampala International University (KIU) as shown through her commitment to educate.
Samuel Majalija, Oweka Francis, Wito G. Sarah, Musisi- Lubowa, Patrick Vudriko and Frances M. Nakamya (2010). Antibiotic Susceptibility Profiles of Fecal Escherichia coli Isolates from Dip-Litter Broiler Chickens in Northern and Central Uganda.