Dr. Rodrick S. Katete teaches Biology to undergraduate students covering topics in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, and Human Biology at Mukuba University - Zambia.
Dr. Rodrick S. Katete taught Health Professionals Foundation Program - Biology to undergraduate students covering topics in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, and Human Biology at Texila American University - Zambia. He also supervised a Ph.D. Student in Medical Microbiology to completion.
Completed Teaching Programmes
2020: Certificate in Health Profession Educator's Training (MedScholars Programme), Department of Medical Education Development, School of Medicine, The University of Zambia
Core Modules Completed: Facilitating Learning, Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Courses, Assessment, Leadership, and Mentorship.
Enrolled Teaching Programmes
2020: Certificate in Instructional Methods in Health Professions Education by the University of Michigan.
Course Instructor: Caren Stalberg, MD, MA, Assistant Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology
2020: Certificate in Teaching Science at University University of Zurich
Course Instructors: Kai Niebert, Ph.D., Professor of Science Teaching
: Sara Petchey, Doctoral Student, Course Facilitator, and Developer
Courses Taught or Currently Teaching
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (Undergraduate Level) (Mzuzu University)
Molecular Cell Biology MCB 812 (Postgraduate level) (Levy Mwanasawa Medical University)
Medical Virology IDM 803 (Postgraduate Level) (Levy Mwanasawa Medical University)
Medical Microbiology (Postgraduate Level) (Texila American University - Zambia)
Nutritional Biochemistry (Postgraduate level) (Mukuba University)
General and Metabolic Biochemistry CHE 400 (4th year) (Mukuba University)
Introduction to Molecular and Cell Biology (First Year) (Mukuba University)
Biology (First year) (Texila American University – Zambia)
Molecular Bioscience, Protein Structure & Function, Recombinant DNA, Genomics & Proteomics (University of Sheffield, UK)
Biochemistry, Practical Molecular Bioscience, Membrane Protein Structure & Function, and Physical Methods for Studying Biological Structures (University of Cape Town)
Introductory to Life Science I, Basic Molecular Biosciences, Biological Chemistry, Protein Biochemistry, and Biotechnology (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg)