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Natasha Said Ali

Natasha Said Ali

Natasha Said Ali

DPhil Student


- MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine – University of Oxford- 2021

- Doctor of Medicine, Hubert Kairuki Memorial University ( Dar es Salaam Tanzania) 2018


  • Clinical Trial Clinician at Ifakara Health Institute, intervention and clinical trials unit, focusing on Malaria Vaccine Trials. 2020
  • Medical Doctor at Selian Lutheran Hospital, Arusha. 2018-2019
  • Project  Manager at Sahara Ventures for  “The Botnar challenge” . A global innovation challenge focusing on mentoring teams and startups that use of AI in researching, and tackling  youth health challenges. Over 30 applications received, 8 teams facilitated and 2 teams awarded seed fund to grow their start-ups ( Funded by Fondation Botnar, Switzerland) 2018
  • Project Coordinator for Mawazo Challenge, a health students innovation challenge.  The focus was on ideation and acceleration of startups and businesses initiated by students from over 11 medical and health allied universities in Tanzania. 250 applications reviewed, 30 teams mentored, 10 teams accelerated and 8 teams provided with seed fund to grow their start-ups. The project was funded by

HDIF-UKAid and implemented by a consortium of Sahara Ventures, Tanzania Bora initiative and Tanzania Medical Students Association ( TAMSA). (2016-2018)


Exploring the role and necessity of commercialization in the wider implementation of translational research conducted by multi-stakeholder research networks in resource limited clinical settings: A case study of VITAL technologies at OUCRU Vietnam.

Team: Graduate Students

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