Edgar Cambaza (Ph.D.) is Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at ISCED Open University (UnISCED) in Mozambique. Master of Food Science (The University of Western Australia) and Ph.D. in Bio-systems Sustainability (Hokkaido University). The main field of research: Applied Microbiology and Health Sciences. His publications on COVID-19 include an online course on COVID-19, five journal articles, six newspaper articles, one magazine article, and three conference presentations. In addition, the Ministry of Science and Technology awarded UnISCED for effective and innovative COVID-19 preventive measures, in part due to his contribution as chair of the Committee for COVID-19 prevention at his institution. At a younger age, he was in third place during the Mozambican National Mathematics Olympiad, among the winners at the National Biology Olympiad, and received a Certificate of Excellence at the Professional Institute of Communication and Image. In 2018, he received the Best Presentation Awards at the 2nd International Conference on Food Quality, Safety and Security 2018 (QUALSS) and Best Poster in the 3rd Congress of Laboratory Quality in Portuguese Speaking Countries [3º Congresso de Qualidade Laboratorial dos Países de Língua Portuguesa (CQL – PLP)], with his then pupil Edson Mongo.