About meWright State University (WSU) alumnus Dr. Sula Mazimba contributes to the Boonshoft School of Medicine as an Assistant Clinical Professor. Dr. Sula Mazimba is a Fellow in the Cardiology Department of the University’s Kettering Medical Center.
Dr. Sula Mazimba relocated to the United States in 2000. After graduating with his Doctor of Medicine and BS in Human Biology from the University of Zambia, Dr. Sula Mazimba left his home country to pursue his residency in Ohio at Kettering Medical Center. In 2007, Dr. Sula Mazimba enrolled in WSU’s postgraduate program and graduated two years later, with a Master’s degree in Public Health. Remaining actively involved as a member of the alumni group, Dr. Sula Mazimba hopes to inspire students to study cardiovascular medicine.
A prolific author, Dr. Sula Mazimba has written a number of articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. In addition to performing case studies of patients admitted to hospitals with cardiac arrest, Dr. Sula Mazimba conducted a study to find a connection between readmission rates after 30 days and the treatment adherence of patients. Additionally, Dr. Sula Mazimba contributed text for a CME course aimed at primary care and family practice doctors regarding approaches in diagnosis and treatment of peripheral arterial disease.Dr Sula Mazimba has also peer reviews sciencific articles on hypertension.
Dr. Sula Mazimba also contributes articles about his mission works with Adventist International Medical Society to the group’s journal. In 2008, Dr. Sula Mazimba detailed the work he and fellow Kettering medical staff and other mission-oriented groups conduct in Zambia. He has also been involved in leading teams of medical doctors for medical missionary work in Africa.
Occupation: Assistant Clinical Professor