Jean Paul Ndayizeye, MD

Junior Faculty; Lecturer, Division of Basic Medical Sciences

Jean Paul Ndayizeye is a Junior Faculty and Lecturer in the Division of Basic Medical Sciences, in the School of Medicine at the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE). His current role involves collaboration with senior faculty members in the implementation of the MBBS curriculum, development of course materials and conducting research.  Dr. Ndayizeye is a graduate of the University of Rwanda, medical school-class of 2014. He is also a Research ethics fellow from Harvard University and is currently completing a Master in Public Health (Epidemiology) at Mount Kenya University Rwanda.

Prior to joining UGHE, Dr. Ndayizeye served as a medical officer at the University Teaching Hospital of Kigali (CHUK)-HIV clinic; where he was involved in follow up of HIV patients, as well as teaching undergraduate students of Medicine rotating at the HIV clinic. Dr. Ndayizeye also is a reproductive health and sexual rights advocate with 8 years of experience working on sexual and reproductive health and rights programs. Through this organization, Dr. Ndayizeye serves as a member of Women Deliver Young Leaders, Unleash SDG Innovation Lab, and PACT-UNAIDS. Dr. Ndayizeye’s career aspiration is to become a well-established researcher and senior lecturer contributing to Rwanda’s medical education.