He is a PhD student in the Public Health Sciences program at Washington University in Saint Louis. He completed his medical training from Makerere University and holds a master’s degree in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics from the same institution. He is a research fellow at the International Center for Child Health and Development (ICHAD) at Washington University in St Louis. His research focuses on designing and evaluating interventions to improve outcomes among youths with HIV in low-income settings. He is also a research methodologist with expertise in epidemiological study designs and examining treatment efficacy in studies with longitudinal and clustered data. He has used methods such as multilevel mixed effects modeling, generalized estimating equations, survival analysis, and structural equation modeling to test the impact of interventions in NIH-funded studies on treatment outcomes among adolescents and young adults. He also has expertise in social network analysis, agent-based modeling, and spatial analysis.
- Program: PhD in Public Health Sciences Student
Areas of Focus:
- Improving outcomes among adolescents living with HIV in low-income settings
- Quantitative research methodology
- Intervention Research