MD thesis, Medical University of Southern Africa, 1987.
What does MEDUNSA stand for?
MEDUNSA stands for Medical University of Southern Africa (now University of Limpopo)
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- Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (Canada)
- Medical Transportable Computer Unit
- Medical Technology towards the 3rd Millenium (EU)
- Median Time to Repair
- Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Tourism (Ontario, Canada)
- Medical Education Development Unit (various locations)
- Micro-Enterprise Development Unit
- Ministry of Education
- Modular Embed Doc Utility Arch
- Miniaturized Electrostatic Dual-Top-Hat Spherical Analyzer (Astrid-2 spacecraft)
- Multi Environment Deployable Universal Software Application (various universities; UK)
- Multifunction Electro-Optics for Defense of US Aircraft
- Men Ending Domestic Violence
- Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization
- Molecular Electronegative Distance Vector
- Medical Evacuation
- Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Houston, TX)
- Model Engineers Digital Workshop (Worcestershire, UK; electronics)
- Medical Recruiting Working Group
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Prof Mhlongo, a member of the Mbeki Aids Panel, is also the chief family practitioner and head of Department of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine, at the Medical University of Southern Africa (Medunsa), Pretoria).
Now Wilder makes headlines as the chairman of the Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA) Trust.
It is also during this period that he did the bulk of the work on his Doctorate in Philosophy, which he was awarded when he moved to the Medical University of Southern Africa (Medunsa).
EDT, TUESDAY, JUNE 6/ /ADVANCE/WASHINGTON, June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA) honors Bristol-Myers Squibb's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Charles A.
Secure the Future is a public-private partnership with the governments of the five countries; UNAIDS; Harvard Institute; Baylor College of Medicine; the Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA), and other African schools of medicine, among others.
Oppel Greeff, and the Medical University of Southern Africa are conducting the studies.