About Ms Betty Sebati
Research Assistant/PhD Student
Ms Betty Sebati is a Physiologist and an early career scientist (BSc Life Sciences, BSc Honours in Physiology, MSc in Physiology) trained at the University of Limpopo, South Africa. Ms Sebati is a research assistant and a PhD student in Public Health at the SAMRC/UJ Pan African Centre for Epidemics Research (PACER) Extramural Unit, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Johannesburg. Prior to this, She was a junior lecturer at the University of Limpopo, and a fieldworker at the Ellisras Longitudinal Study as well as at the DIMAMO Population Health Research Centre, both based in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Moreover, she is an affiliated member of the Public Health Association of South Africa (PHASA). Ms Sebati was awarded top 3 best MSc oral presenter at the Faculty of Science and Agriculture Research Day at the University of Limpopo in 2019. During her postgraduate studies, she has acquired various research skills including presenting, data collection, statistical analysis, and publishing of manuscripts among others. Ms Sebati has had exposure to both communicable and non-communicable diseases, and that gave her a great foundation in her research journey. She is also the beneficiary of the SAMRC internship scholarship in 2022/2023.