DPhil 3rd Year Student of Clinical Medicine
MSc Medical Statistics, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK - 2014
BSc Applied Statistics, Maseno University, Kenya - 2006
- Previous experience
Masters Research Student, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme 2015 –2017
Data Manager/Statistician, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme 2011 – 2014
Evaluating the techniques for malaria surveillance and assessing the effect of changing malaria transmission
The DPhil is structured to have 6 Chapters. Chapters 2, 3, and 4 are 100% complete and have been reviewed by all my supervisors. I am currently working on Chapter 1 which is 80% complete. I hope to start working on Chapter 5 mid-August and submit the thesis for consideration for examination in November 2020.
Kamau, A., Mtanje, G., Mataza, C., Mwambingu, G., Mturi, N., Mohammed, S., et al. Malaria infection, disease and mortality among children and adults on the coast of Kenya. Malaria Journal. 2020;19:1-12.
Kamau, A., Mogeni, P., Okiro, E. A., Snow, R. W.,Bejon, P. A systematic review of changing malaria disease burden in sub-Saharan Africa since 2000: comparing model predictions and empirical observations. BMC Medicine. 2020;18(1):94.
Mpimbaza, A., Walemwa, R., Kapisi, J., Sserwanga, A., Namuganga, J. F., Kisambira, Y., et al. The age-specific incidence of hospitalized paediatric malaria in Uganda. BMC Infectious Diseases. 2020;20:503