Kiyimba Kenedy is a pharmacologist and lecturer at Busitema University's Faculty of Health Sciences, Pharmacology and Therapeutics Department. He earned a Bachelor of Biomedical Laboratory Technology (BBLT) from Makerere University Uganda, and he excelled with a second degree Upper honors. He was then merited at Kampala International University for a scholarship to pursue a Master's of Science in Pharmacology, which he successfully completed, and the University retained him as an assistant lecturer, from which he has since risen following his active participation in research activities and supervision of both undergraduate and diploma students in research to become a Pharmacology lecturer. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Molecular Pharmacology at the University of Nairobi.He is driven to advance in scientific research, and as a developing pharmacologist,he is driven to do research on antimicrobial drug resistance, drug discovery from natural sources, and the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. Kiyimba is currently a member of the Busitema University Natural Products and Drug Research Group (BUNaPReG), which is situated at Busitema University's Faculty of Health and Health Sciences.
- Sub-Acute Toxicity Effects of Methanolic Stem Bark Extract of Entada abyssinica on Biochemical, Haematological and Histopathological Parameters in Wistar Albino Rats
- Appropriateness and affordability of prescriptions to diabetic patients attending a tertiary hospital in Eastern Uganda
- A Descriptive-multivariate analysis of community knowledge, confidence, and trust in COVID-19 clinical trials among healthcare workers in Uganda
- Prevalence of antibiotic resistant bacteria among patients in two tertiary hospitals in eastern Uganda
- Antibiotic prescription practices of clinicians in Eastern Uganda: Across-sectional retrospective study.
- Evaluation of Sub-acute and Sub Chronic Toxicity Profile of the Aqueous Leaf Crude Extract of Melanthera Scandens(Schumach & Thonn) in Wistar Rats
- Synergistic action of Propolis with levodopa in the management of parkinsonism in Drosophila melanogaster
- Assessing the protective effect of Crassocephalum vittellinum against first line antitubercular drug induced hepatotoxicity in wistar rats
- Antimicrobial drug resistance
- Drug discovery from natural sources
- Prevention and treatment of infectious diseases