Dr Kwame Shanaube

BRCCH Collaborator
Zambart

Dr Kwame Shanaube, BSc, MBChB, MPH, PhD is a Deputy Director of Research (Quantitative) at Zambart. She is a clinician with a Master’s degree in Public Health and PhD in TB clinical epidemiology. She is also currently serving as an honorary lecturer at the University of Zambia's School Of Public Health. Her research interests cover a wide range of disciplines from TB/HIV epidemiology, community-based cluster randomised trials, operational research through evaluation of field diagnostics to adolescent health. Over the past 17 years she has been involved in a number of studies reflecting these areas.

She is also the country principal investigator for a large international TB consortium (TREATS Project) and the overall principal investigator for the TREATS-COVID study, both funded by EDCTP. She has managed many large studies; one of which was the largest cluster- randomized HIV prevention trial, the HPTN 071/PopART

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