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Mercy Kalleku started her academic journey at Arusha Technical College (ATC), where she obtained her Bachelor degree in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering from the Department of Electrical Engineering in 2020.

Mercy participated in a potential exchange program between Arusha Technical College and Cornell University from United States. During this period, she got exposure to work with Biomedical Engineering students and staff in Biomedical Lab shadowing and learning how biomedical engineers explore different aspects of health science with the aim of project development to improve the health sector in Neonatal Care and Monitoring System.

The Registration Engineer Board (ERB) registers Mercy as a graduate engineer in 2021. This prestigious certification further solidified her standing as a skilled engineer.

She has been working at Computech Healthcare Company as a biomedical sales engineer, which involves selling medical devices as well as training users on how to use and handle machines properly.

In 2022, she worked with Global Fund through the Ministry of Health at Kibong’oto Infectious Disease Hospital as a biomedical engineer, where she managed all medical devices at the hospital in maintenance, troubleshooting, and calibration.

She is now a Tutorial Assistant (TA) at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) in November 2022. Within the Biomedical Engineering unit, she actively contributes to the academic and professional development of students, sharing her knowledge and experiences to shape the next generation of professionals in the field.

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