ITFC currently has staff with a broad expertise in forest ecology, social science, botany, zoology, resource use and monitoring, biodiversity surveys, vegetation mapping, impact assessments, community surveys, participatory approaches and conservation planning.
|Staff scientists and project staff||
In addition, the institute employs administrative staff,15 experienced field assistants and other support staff. The institute also has research assistant volunteers to help with various projects.
Christopher Byaruhanga, Gervasio Byaruhanga, Margaret Kobusingye, Dennis Musinguzi, Savio Ngabirano, Kaheru John, Narsis Owoyesigire, Emmanuel Tibenda, Lawrence Tumugabirwe, Philemon Tumwesigye, BedaTuryananuka, Benon Twehikire,Nkwasibwe Aventino, Rogers Tinkasimire
Steven Tushemereirwe, Zoreka Damazo, Daniel Muhangi, Valentino Sigirenda, Philemon Sande
Felix Banyomoza, Justus Sunday
Honorary ITFC Research Fellows
In 2009, ITFC named Dr Phil Shaw* (University of St. Andrews) Honorary Research Fellow, in recognition for his long term commitment to the study of Stripe-Breasted Tits
In 2011, Dr Mathias Behangana (Makerere University, Kampala) accepted our offer to become ITFC's second Honorary Research Fellow. Dr. Behangana is Uganda's best herpetologist and has over 16 years experience in biodiversity research, conservation and management, climate change impacts and mitigation measures.