Nzungize Lambert is a scientist in life science trained to work in infectious diseases using synthetic biology approaches. He holds a Master’s degree in Microorganism and Biochemical Pharmacy and a Ph.D. in Microbiology from the Southwest University, China. His research is focused on mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. 

Lambert uses molecular biology techniques, biochemistry, and bioinformatics tools for multi-drug resistant bacteria, toward respiratory and lung diseases. He has experience in computational biology and data analysis using R. He is the founder of Synbio Rwanda and motivates to contribute to developing Synthetic Biology in Africa.