Mr Kenneth Katumba
Research Degree Student
in Health Economics
Kenneth is a multi-disciplinary health economist with experience from France, West and East Africa. He is currently working on his PhD research, using behavioural economics insights and economics of sex work to investigate the role structural factors and behavioural traits play in HIV Prevention among female sex workers in Kampala, Uganda. He is also working as a health economist at the MRC/UVRI & LSHTM Uganda Research Unit, where he has carried out and participated in a range of health economics research including cost and cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions, wellbeing research, quality of life valuation studies, capacity building for health economics research, and strengthening policy uptake of research.
Kenneth has a Master of Public Health degree from the EHESP French School of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Economics degree from Makerere University Kampala.
Kenneth has tutored and supervised masters students at the LSHTM. He has also delivered short health economics courses in Uganda.