Dr Banguti is an Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care at the University of Rwanda and a Consultant for Human Resources and Mortality surveillance at the Ministry of Health of Rwanda.
Dr Banguti is a Countrywide mentor and supportive supervisor awarded by the WFSA for his innovation “Anesthesia Practice Network (APN) for education project” which has improved collaboration and safe anesthesia practice among physicians and non-physician anesthetists in Rwandan hospitals.
As senior academic faculty, Dr Banguti’s research interests and contribution to science focus specifically on improvement of perioperative outcome through education and training on safe anesthesia practices, operational research to improve anesthesia and critical care, and implementation of standardized protocols and checklists.
Dr Banguti has more than 40 publications. Please find below the complete list of his published work: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/collections/mybibliography/
Dr Banguti’s current projects (as co-investigator and site principal investigator) include:
1. A randomized control study of: “High-dose intravenous vitamin C as an adjunctive treatment for sepsis in Rwanda: a feasibility trial.”
2.The Lacuna Grant to implement: Machine Learning Datasets for Better Healthcare Outcomes
Over the past 15 years, Dr Banguti has occupied different leadership and academic positions including Chief Resident, Programme Coordinator, Continuous Professional Developments (CPDs) Director, Head of Department, School Postgraduate Programs Coordinator, Associate professor, and Chair of the Rwanda Society of Anesthesiologists (RSA).
Dr Banguti is currently actively involved in Teaching, Research, mentorship and academic leadership in Rwanda.