Samrawit has lifelong passion for microorganisms that affect the lives of human beings. Samrawit has a biomedical science background with experience in research and laboratory work. As part of her MSc and BSc programmes, Samrawit took part in various research projects including: phenotypic changes of macrophages upon exposure to different activators and prevalence of HIV in infants born from HIV positive mothers.
Samrawit also assisted a research project aimed at studying the antimicrobial properties of plants used in traditional medicines. At Taymount, Samrawit manages the laboratory and takes part in selecting managing and maintaining donors. Samrawit is a member of the Institute of Biomedical Science(IBMS) and qualified phlebotomist.Back