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  • The Zimbabwean Community Association Norwich (ZIMCAN) presents Mr Hope Gangata

    Sat. 15 October 2011 | 6 - 9 PM

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    Hope Gangata is the first Zimbabwean-born Anatomist and Physiotherapist in the new post-apartheid nations of Zimbabwe and South Africa, where Blacks were previously and systematically barred from attempting such skilled professions. He has made a number of notable scientific contributions to medical journals on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean while in Africa.

    Mr Gangata is an Anatomist and Physiotherapist at the Medical School at the University of East Anglia, where he lectures Anatomy to medical and physiotherapy students. He is one of the eight Black lecturers out of 1500 lecturers and researchers at the university.

    Mr Gangata’s main research interests are the musculoskeletal system and anatomical education. He is passionate about mentorship to the younger generation.

    Location:
    Norwich: Norwich International Community Engagement (NICE) Centre, 19 Muspole Street, NR3 1DJ. Parking nearby at Anglia Square Car Park.
    Admission:
    Free
    Telephone:
    07965 437813
    Email:
    Organizer(s):
    Zimbabwean Community Association Norwich (ZIMCAN)
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