Fredrick Kateera, MD, MSc, PhD

Lecturer, Faculty of Global Health Delivery

Fredrick Kateera, MD, MSc, PhD is a medical doctor with postgraduate trainings in epidemiology, immunology and immunogenetics and a doctorate degree in malaria epidemiology. Dr. Kateera has participated in both hospital- and community-based research projects in rural settings in Africa.

As the Director of Research for Inshuti Mu Buzima (Partners In Health in Rwanda), Dr. Kateera oversees all research activities for the organization and outside collaborators, and he facilitates adherence to institutional and national research guidelines. Dr. Kateera has over 10 years of experience in clinical care, research implementation and program management in East Africa. His specific research activities focus on determinants of access to care, disease and risk-factor determinants, community-based research design and utilization of health survey tools. He also served as a Fogarty Global Health Fellow implementing his own NIH grant and he has 5 years experience working on other various NIH-funded projects as a study coordinator.