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Timóteo Sambo

Timóteo Sambo


Area of Research:Malaria modelling and simulation


No of Students:


  • PhD Student


Timóteo Sambo is a Mozambican researcher with a background in mathematics.

I completed my Licentiate in Pure Mathematics at Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique and further my education by obtaining a Master’s degree in Mathematical Sciences, at AIMS Tanzania. I have been an assistant lecturer at Eduardo Mondlane University since 2010, where I gained extensive experience in teaching subjects such as Calculus, Discrete Mathematics, and Advanced Probability. In addition to my teaching role, I serve as the Director of the undergraduate program in Mathematic at Eduardo Mondlane University, a position held with distinction since 2020.

I am currently pursuing my PhD in Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences at Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology. My research interests is mathematical modelling, and I am particularly focused on malaria modelling and simulation. My PhD project is entitled: Impact and Risk of Deployment of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention in Mozambique.