Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Academic Affairs)

Prof D Z Moyo

Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Academic Affairs)

Professor D Z Moyo

Professor  Doreen Zandile Moyo is an Animal Parasitologist and holds the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Biological Sciences (UZ) in 1988
  • Master of Philosophy degree in Veterinary Parasitology (UZ) in 1992,
  • PhD in Veterinary Parasitology (UZ) in 1999.

She is a seasoned academic that has risen through the academic ranks from a Research Assistant in the Biological Sciences Department (UZ) 1989, Research Fellow in the Department of Paraclinical Veterinary Studies (UZ) 1993-1997, Lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences at Midlands State University, Senior lecturer and Associate Professor. In 1999, she was  a Research Officer in the Institute of Water and Sanitation Development (IWSD). Prof DZ Moyo joined Midlands State University in March 2000 and was the the founding Chairperson of the Department of Biological Sciences. In 2010, she was appointed Executive Dean of  Research and Postgraduate Studies , a position she held until December 2016.  Prof Moyo has published extensively in international, regional and national refereed journals as well as presented many conference

papers.   She is a peer reviewer of several journals and is also a Zimbabwe Council of Higher Education(ZIMCHE)  reviewer. Prof Moyo has supervised several Masters and PhD students and is also a PhD thesis examiner. She is a member of several university committees such as Council, Senate and their related committees.  Prof Moyo has also served as a board member of the Global Fund (Zimbabwe), Standing Committee on Natural Resources  and is a member of the Research Council of Zimbabwe (RCZ) International Symposium Organising Committee. Prof Moyo is a member of several professional and academic associations such as the World Association for Advancement of  Veterinary Parasitology (W.A.A.V.P) and the Southern Africa Research Management Association(SARIMA).