BCA Computer Application , MSc in Information Technology and Software Engineering
Clinical Trials IT and Development Lead
Yama F Mujadidi has expertise in the design and development of software and is currently working with Oxford Vaccine Group in the capacity of Clinical Trials IT and Development Lead. He acquired an MSc in Information Technology from University of Bradford United Kingdom, in 2012 after he earned a First class degree in BCA Computer Application from the University of Pune, in the year 2010.
Yama joined Oxford Vaccine Group in June 2013 and tasked to provide specialist advice to research groups to improve quality of clinical trials and to develop an application based on the vaccine knowledge project for use in smart-phones/tablets. Before Oxford Vaccine Group, He had been working with Omni Communication Product Limited as a software developer and contributed to the development of a multi-communication application for use in smartphones and tablets.
Immunogenicity and Reactogenicity of a Reduced Schedule of a 4-component Capsular Group B Meningococcal Vaccine: A Randomized Controlled Trial in Infants
Valente Pinto M. et al, (2020)
Phase 3 Efficacy Analysis of a Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine Trial in Nepal.
Shakya M. et al, (2019), The New England journal of medicine, 381, 2209 - 2218
Assessing the impact of a VI-polysaccharide conjugate vaccine in preventing typhoid infection among bangladeshi children: A protocol for a phase IIIb Trial
Theiss-Nyland K. et al, (2019), Clinical Infectious Diseases, 68, S74 - S82
Assessing the impact of a VI-polysaccharide conjugate vaccine in preventing typhoid infections among nepalese children: A protocol for a phase III, randomized control trial
Theiss-Nyland K. et al, (2019), Clinical Infectious Diseases, 68, S67 - S73
Logistics of implementing a large-scale typhoid vaccine trial in Kathmandu, Nepal
Colin-Jones R. et al, (2019), Clinical Infectious Diseases, 68, S138 - S145