Dr Mamsau Twalib Ngoma is a Clinical Oncologist and an academician at Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI), Tanzania-East Africa. Her expertise includes both medical and radiation oncology. Early in her career she worked under the Cancer Prevention department at ORCI, and was involved with cervical and breast cancer screening at the hospital and outreach programs, community-based cancer education and cancer registry.

Currently she is under the Academic, Research and Consultancy Unit, involved with treating cancer patients including pediatric cases, teaching both post graduate and undergraduate students, mentoring students, and supervising research. She is also a member of the institute academics, research, publications and ethics committee.

An advocate of cancer patients being treated comprehensively, considering not only their physical needs but also psychosocial wellbeing by use of multidisciplinary approach and is one of the coordinators of our ORCI Breast and Co-founder of the ORCI Cervical Cancer Support Groups.

Currently, Dr Ngoma is a co-investigator in a series of studies investigating the uptake of the guidelines, clinical impact of a guideline implementation strategy on cervical/breast/colorectal cancer management at a national cancer referral center in Tanzania.