Justine Nambi-Kasozi holds a B.Sc in Agriculture (1997) and an M.Sc in Animal Science (2001) from Makerere University, Uganda. She obtained a PhD in Animal Science on a sandwich programme between Makerere University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in 2009.
Justine teaches Dairy Production/Science, Applied Animal Nutrition and Ruminology at undergraduate and graduate levels. She has undertaken a number of general certificate courses to mention but a few; “Geographical Information Systems”, “Teacher in Higher Education: Role and Pedagogy”, “Experimental Data Analysis”, “Advanced Gender Research Methodology”, “Principles of Analytical Methods in Nutrition and Biology”, “Research Methods”, “Integrated Small-holder Dairy Farming Systems in Peri-urban Areas” and “Computer skills in MSTAT, SAS, and SPSS for Windows”.
Her research interests are in the field of Ruminant Nutrition and Dairy Science/Production especially in utilisation of non-conventional feedstuffs for ruminant animals, animal nutrition, dry season feeding strategies, feed formulation and mixing, forage conservation techniques and in the development of feed data bases and feed evaluation techniques.
Justine has twenty-six years of teaching, research and other working experience in Animal Agriculture. She has carried out research on various animal feed resources, proper animal nutrition and management of both small and large ruminants both on-station and on-farm.
She has published widely in internationally reputable peer reviewed scientific journals in the field of Animal Agriculture and her work has been widely cited by a number of researchers. She has presented her work at several local and international conferences and some of her work has received international recognition.