Department of Assisted Reproductive Technology

Overview

The Department of Assisted Reproductive Technology (DART) seeks to shed light on the factors responsible for infertility in couples and actively engaged in efforts to improve infertility treatments, such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF). Our work aims to simplify treatments and reduce risks, increase success rates and lower costs. We carry out clinical trials in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) including the development and evaluation of novel infertility treatments.

The DART offers academic programmes  and services designed to meet the growing need for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) professionals, providing the students with skills as doctors, scientists and embryologists, and empowering practitioners to operate highly sophisticated ART programs, offering complex treatment to infertile patients.

Department Contact Info

Department of Assisted Reproductive Technology

Plot 1214 Bukoto Kisasi Road
P.O Box 16233
Bukoto – Kampala, Uganda

+256 (0) 393 243 328
info@sisfm.ac.ug

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

The DART offers academic programmes  and services designed to meet the growing need for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) professionals, providing the students with skills as doctors, scientists and embryologists, and empowering practitioners to operate highly sophisticated ART programs, offering complex treatment to infertile patients.

Faculty

Mr. Arnold Sali

Lecturer and HoD

Ms Pamela Nawaggi

Lecturer

Prof Peter Platteau

Professor

Prof Sadiq Yusuf

Professor

Bart Desmet

Embryologist

Johan Sterckx

ESHRE Certified Clinical Embryologist

Mr. Moris Eluga

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Kayanja Isaac

Assistant Lecturer

Ms. Claire Nakalema

Assistant Lecturer

Sister Annamma Varghese (Ann George)

Fertility Nurse

Dr Judith Atyang

Lecturer