Moses Galukande is a Senior Faculty Member at Makerere College of Health Sciences and a General Surgeon and Medical Education Expert. He spends his work hours doing patient care, research, teaching, and associated administrative work. He is also a visiting PhD scholar /Fellow of Wolfson College at Cambridge University (UK) working on the epidemiology and genomics of breast cancer in Uganda in collaboration with the Sanger Genome Center and supported by the Welcome Trust through THRiVE- an east African project for training researchers. He regularly supervises both undergraduate and post graduate thesis research projects in general surgery and related disciplines. He is chair of the Quality Assurance Committee for the Makerere College of Health Sciences where leads the Safe Male Circumcision Project at IMG as well as overseeing development of surgical services, Education and Research. He is currently the chair of International Health Sciences University council. Other professional interests include minimal access surgery and quality health service delivery. He has published at least 50 papers in peer reviewed journals 13 of them on breast cancer.