DR. Maulilio John Kipanyula

Lecturer

Address:
Department of Veterinary Anatomy
P.O. Box 3016, CHUO KIKUU, MOROGORO, TANZANIA.
Telephone: +255 (23) 2604979; +255 (23) 2603511-14
Fax: +255 (23) 2604647

Information: Dr. Maulilio John Kipanyula is a Lecturer in Anatomy and Neuroscience at the Faculty of
Veterinary Medicine, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). He graduated with a
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVM) of SUA, Tanzania in 2001. He holds a Master of
Science in Neuroscience from University Collage London in 2004. He is currently pursuing a
Doctorate degree (PhD) in Anatomy in Italy. He teaches undergraduate courses in Veterinary
Anatomy and Histology.
Dr. Maulilio John Kipanyula has published scientific articles in peer reviewed international
and local journals. He made presentations to local and international conferences. He has coauthored
and collaborated with other researchers. He has supervised over eight student
research projects.
KEY PUBLICATIONS:
1. Kipanyula, M.J, Chuma, I.S, Brundtland, E, Bardsen, K, Ulvund, M.J (2008). Genotyping
of the prion protein (prp) gene in Red Masaai and Black head Persian sheep in
Tanzania. Small Rumin. Res. 179:146-151
2. Mbassa, G.K, Kipanyula M.J, Mellau L.S.B, Mwamakali, E.D, Bulegeya, F.R, Kauto-
Mboni, K (20060. Theileria parva infection in calves causes massive lymphocyte
death in the thymus, spleen, and lymph nodes without initial proliferation. J. vet.
Parasitol 142:260-270.
3. Luziga C., Kipanyula, M.J., Mbassa, G., Koichi, M.,(2009). Colloid in the anterior pituitary
of helmet guinea fowl (Numida meleagris galeata): Morphometric analysis and
Pattern of occurrence in relation to apoptosis. Vet. Comm. Research, (2009) IN
PRESS.