Severin Kabakama

Severin Kabakama is a Public Health Specialist. He holds a medical degree from the University of Dar Es Salaam and a joint Master of Public Health from the Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences and the University of Calgary. Severin comes from a humanitarian health and grants management background and is interested in strengthening health systems. Severin is currently the Research Coordinator for the Global Estimation of the HPV burden study in girls and women aged 9 – 50 in Western Tanzania. He has previously held a similar position with Reducing Post-hospital Mortality in HIV-infected Adults in Tanzania (DARAJA), and Solidarity (COVID-19) Trial Vaccines (STV) Studies. He has been a coordinator in several research studies conducted in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Weill Cornel Medical College, the World Health Organization, and, more recently, the International Vaccine Institute.

Dr. Severin has teaching and research experience at national and international levels in various public health contexts in Tanzania, Zambia, South Sudan, Haiti and Mozambique, holding senior-level managerial and technical positions.

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