Facilitating academic collaborations

AfOx Researcher Database

Over the years, extensive research and academic collaborations have been formed between researchers based in the University of Oxford and in African universities. Search our researcher database to find potential Oxford collaborators or those working in your field.

Background

About this database

Over 300 academics across the different divisions in the University have expressed interest in getting involved in the AfOx platform to share ideas, knowledge and expertise with African colleagues. You can search by ‘Area of Study’, ‘Country of Study’ or ‘Name’ to find academics to collaborate with in the University of Oxford.

It is easy to register and after completing some basic information we will verify and publish it into the database.

AfOx researcher database
330

Oxford Academics

187

African institutions

30

Countries

Oxford Department

Department of International Development

African affiliation

University of Zimbabwe; Mafela Trust

Area of study

Social and political history of southern Africa; law and political change; violence and memory; the transnational lives of liberation movements; political prisoners in Zimbabwe; popular and oral history.

Oxford Department

Department of International Development

African affiliation

Makerere, University of Nairobi, University of Dar es Salaam

Area of study

Macroeconomics of low-income countries

African affiliation

University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences; Biomedical Research and Training Institute, Harare; KEMRI-Wellcome Trust; Malawi-Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme, University of Cape Town

Area of study

Viral immunology and pathogenesis, particularly HIV infection

Oxford Department

Department of Engineering Science

African affiliation

Universidade Eduardo Mondlane

Area of study

Biomedical engineering (image analysis)

African affiliation

KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme, International Livestock Research Institute

Area of study

Vaccinology

Oxford Department

School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies

African affiliation

University of Juba

Area of study

History, Anthropology, Material Culture, Heritage, South Sudan