Brian Juma

I go by name Juma Brian. I’m a recent graduate with a B.Sc in Biotechnology from Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology.

My improbable journey in BE began when I was in Tigithi Boys High School, now my Alma mater. Here, I was amongst the first cohort (Back in 2013). Being in Butterfly effect, propelled me to thrive well in the field of academia. To begin with, My skills in science got catapulted. I was able to think big and do more interms of project. This gave me the basis of settling at my career (Biotechnology) after missing Medicine with some cluster points. I mean BE was a hallmark of it all as Science to me was not fate, but passion 🙂

My hobbies entails:
3D Printing
Feeling the Music
Getting lost in a good read
Exploring new areas of research.

Meanwhile, I am a dynamic and versatile scientist with extensive hands on experience. I holds a broad set of analytical and technical skills. My expertise cuts across many areas of science that utilize in vivo ex-vivo and invitro skills and abilities. I’m a strategist able to focus on key issues and results to meet organizational priorities and make the necessary critical decisions to see them through. I hold vast technical skills and knowledge in molecular biology, Cell biology , microbiology, biopharmaceuticals, genetics, immunology, biochemistry, biophysics, parasitology amongst other subsets in biotechnology.

About Juma Brian

I go by name Juma Brian. I'm a recent graduate with a B.Sc in Biotechnology from Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology. My improbable journey in BE began when I was in Tigithi Boys High School, now my Alma mater. Here, I was amongst the first cohort (Back in 2013). Being in Butterfly effect, propelled me to thrive well in the field of academia. To begin with, My skills in science got catapulted. I was able to think big and do more interms of project. This gave me the basis of settling at my career (Biotechnology) after missing Medicine with some cluster points. I mean BE was a hallmark of it all as Science to me was not fate, but passion :) My hobbies entails: 3D Printing Feeling the Music Getting lost in a good read Exploring new areas of research. Meanwhile, I am a dynamic and versatile scientist with extensive hands on experience. I holds a broad set of analytical and technical skills. My expertise cuts across many areas of science that utilize in vivo ex-vivo and invitro skills and abilities. I'm a strategist able to focus on key issues and results to meet organizational priorities and make the necessary critical decisions to see them through. I hold vast technical skills and knowledge in molecular biology, Cell biology , microbiology, biopharmaceuticals, genetics, immunology, biochemistry, biophysics, parasitology amongst other subsets in biotechnology.

5 Replies to “Brian Juma”

  1. Hi Juma,

    Congratulations on your recent graduation, that’s amazing! I love how you said that science for you was not a fate, but a passion. I’m in high school, and I’m considering a career in biology too. I’m particularly interested in cell biology and anatomy. Biotechnology sounds super cool! What kind of jobs are you hoping to get using biotech in the future?

    -Jasmine Paduraru 🙂

  2. Hi Juma,
    Thank you for sharing a little about you. Your passion and academic progresses is very intriguing, especially in the science field it can be quite a hand full sometimes.

    Are you currently working on any hands on project at the moment?
    Is there a favorite book you have that you would recommend? (I’m currently in search of an all genre book to read)

    -Lokshana 🙂

  3. Hello Juma,
    I really enjoyed reading your post! 3D printing is a very interesting thing. I recently tried it out and it’s truly incredible to watch the machine print a 3D object! As for your passion in reading, do you have any favourite books?
    Congratulations on your degree in Biotechnology! I too, adore this topic. I saw that you mentioned your interest in genetics. What are your thoughts about genetic editing? It is a very controversial, and broad, topic. I am curious to see what you think!
    Best of luck in your studies,
    Nikki S.

  4. Hi Juma!
    Thank you so much for sharing a little bit about yourself!
    Firstly, congratulations on your recent graduation and receiving a B.Sc in Biotechnology from Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology!
    Interesting hobbies you have! I also enjoy getting lost in a good book as well as feeling the music! I tend to enjoy dancing along to the music I listen to! Are there any books and/or articles you enjoy reading?

  5. Hello Juma,

    Simply reading your blog post, I am truly amazed by your academic achievements; great work! I also love some of your hobbies; getting lost in good music and reading poetry are my two biggest hobbies.

    How did you learn 3D design? If you can, what do your projects look like?

    Once again, large congratulations on the B.Sc in Biotechnology from Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology!

    Warm Regards,

    Galicia.

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