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Eugene Madzokere

Microbiologist, Griffith University

Dr Eugene Madzokere is a Griffith University graduating Microbiologist. He has expertise in Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Data Science, Science Communication, Species Distribution and Climate Change Modelling. Dr Madzokere was an IMNIS Mentee and IMNIS Ignite Research interning Scientist at SpeeDx, a leading molecular diagnostics research development company based in Sydney, NSW for the better part of 2023. Eugene is currently a 2023 IMNIS Catalyst and has previously served as a STEM Ambassador with Griffith University's Science on the GO! and NISEP, and University of Queensland's Wonder of Science. He has served as a Community Volunteer with St John Ambulance QLD participating in their Aged Care Program. He has worked for companies within the Biotechnology and Hospitality industries in different roles and is an academic peer reviewer. Eugene care for family, people, animals and their welfare.

His research is on matters marrying aspects within fields including Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Data Science, Species and Climate Change Modelling with a focus on generating outcomes such as therapies improving the livelihoods, access to meaningful, accurate and reliable treatments and critical information enabling access to market, gaining a competitive edge within a market through protected innovative technologies and literary works, including reviewing these to guarantee the latter.


  • –present
    PhD Candidate in Virology, Griffith University


  • 2015 
    University of the Western Cape, Master of Science Honors Degree in Bioinfomatics


Doctor of Philosophy