Dr. Fabian NABUGOOMU is the Chairman board of directors EASI and an Associate Professor of Statistics and Applied Computing. Currently, he is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Kyambogo University responsible for Finance and Administration. Prior to that, he was the Head of Department of Mathematics at Makerere University and later Dean Faculty of Science and Technology (Computer Science & IT, Health Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Environmental Sciences and Computational Science) at Uganda Christian University

Prof Nabugoomu obtained his PhD in Statistics (1994) from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland under the supervision of Prof H D Patterson, a Master of Science in Statistics from the University of Guelph in Canada under the supervision of Prof O B Allen and a Bachelor of Statistics degree from Makerere University. Read More

Prof. Ronald WESONGA is a founding director of EASI and is a Statistician who studied at the Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics, Makerere University. Currently, he is based at the Department of Statistics, Sultan Qaboos University. Formerly he was a visiting Professor at the Institute of Social Research, Makerere University and at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the College of Science, Sultan Qaboos University. He has accumulated over fifteen years of experience in teaching statistics, both methods and computational statistics. He has extensive experience in developing statistical models, computational algorithms and analysis, data mining, information system development and management, survey design and management with applications. He is a team leader, diligent, result-oriented with a high level of integrity, accountability and timeliness coupled with professionalism. Read More

Dr Abrraham Owino Yeyo is a Statistician involved in capacity building in Research, Monitoring and Evaluation and Community Development currently lecturing at Makerere University School of Statistics and Planning and one of the Directors of a new initiative for innovations and improvement of statistical methodologies applied in surveys in Africa under the East African Statistics Institute (EASI). Read More