Zubair Lukyamuzi, MBChB, MPH, is a researcher with more than 6 years of experience in clinical research with a focus on infectious diseases, particularly HIV management and prevention research. Since 2015, he has worked as a medical research officer and coordinator on the IMPAACT network, PEPFAR non-network, Gilead health science and NIH funded studies including the large PRomotion Of Mother and Infant Survival Everywhere (PROMISE), PRomise Ongoing MOniToring and Evaluation (PROMOTE) and Bone mineral density changes among people living with HIV who have started with TDF containing regimen (BONE-STAR).
He has been also a principal investigator on NIH funded grants including the NIH funded “Health Professions Education and Training for Strengthening the Health Systems and Services in Uganda_ HEPI-SHSSU (Grant no. IR25TW11213), and Fogarty-NIH funded grant #D43TW009340 which he used to conduct a study evaluating the role of Community Health Workers in supporting disclosure among Adults living with HIV in heterosexual relationships. He is skilled in implementation research with a WHO certificate in implementation science, and a certificate in advanced epidemiology from the University of California, San Francisco, USA.