J.G. Shah Pathology Museum of AAU’s College of Health Sciences Gets Substantial Facelift, Reopens

As a milestone in the journey towards improving medical infrastructure in Addis Ababa University, the College of Health Sciences, today inaugurated the renovated J.G. Shah Museum of Pathology.

The G. Shah Museum of Pathology now stands as a testament to AAU’s broad circle of friends and supporters, with its latest renovation made possible through the generous support from the late Dr. Kebede Tadese, a former AAU medical scholar and Minister of Health of Ethiopia.

In his address at the inauguration ceremony, Professor Andualem Deneke, Chief Executive Director of the College of Health Sciences, took the opportunity to thank the family of the late Dr. Kebede Tadese as exemplary models of good citizenship and selflessness. He said the Health Sciences College is making strides, highlighting the transformative impact of the renovation work, which includes the provision of essential amenities such as furniture, and refurbishments, significantly enhancing the medical environment for faculty and students. The CED further said budgetary allocations have been made for the supply of medical technologies to further modernize the pathology museum established in 1974.

The ceremony culminated in the award of certificates to individuals and faculty who had made signification contributions to the renovation effort.