Sharon Bright Amanya

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentImmunology & Microbiology
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    1. Mujjuzi I, Mutegeki P, Nabuwufu S, Wosukira A, Namata F, Alayo P, Amanya SB, Nyeko R. Care Burden and Coping Strategies among Caregivers of Paediatric HIV/AIDS in Northern Uganda: A Cross-Sectional Mixed-Method Study. AIDS Res Treat. 2021; 2021:6660337. PMID: 34552767.
    2. Nakaziba R, Anyolitho MK, Amanya SB, Sesaazi CD, Byarugaba F, Ogwal-Okeng J, Alele PE. Traditional Medicinal Vegetables in Northern Uganda: An Ethnobotanical Survey. Int J Food Sci. 2021; 2021:5588196. PMID: 34336993.
    3. Amanya SB, Nyiro B, Waswa F, Obura B, Nakaziba R, Nabulime E, Katabazi AF, Nabatanzi R, Bayiyana A, Mboowa G, Kayongo A, Wayengera M, Sande OJ. Variations in Trim5a and Cyclophilin A genes among HIV-1 elite controllers and non controllers in Uganda: a laboratory-based cross-sectional study. Retrovirology. 2020 07 06; 17(1):19. PMID: 32631377.
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    4. Amanya SB, Nakitende J, Ngabirano TD. A cross-sectional study of stress and its sources among health professional students at Makerere University, Uganda. Nurs Open. 2018 01; 5(1):70-76. PMID: 29344397.
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