GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP THAT MAKES A GLOBAL IMPACT.
Our organization is built on working together at every single level, and relationships across the world in Kenya and North America only help elevate our work and its impact.
A vibrant, world-class, Kenyan-led community of researchers engaged in the continuous improvement of health globally.
Guided by the principle of leading with care, we work in partnership to develop local research talent and to identify, develop and disseminate relevant and timely information to improve the health of underserved populations.
In our work, we will embrace:
• Service with humility
• A spirit of collaboration and partnership
• Integrity in relationships
• Mutual respect and mutual benefit in organizational partnerships
• Efforts to eliminate health disparities
• A sustainable infrastructure for research
By 2022, we will:
Strengthen development of a well-resourced and sustainable infrastructure for research that enables the efficient conduct of high-quality research.
Increase the number of successful independent investigators working in collaborative, interdisciplinary research teams by providing better access to high-quality training and mentorship.
Enhance supportive, research-intensive cultures within the schools and departments of all AMPATH partners.
Accelerate growth in relevant, high-yield research initiatives that will improve policy and strengthen the health systems and communities we serve including biomedical innovations, health economics/equity, population health, informatics, and implementation science research.
Incorporate research into ongoing efforts to expand AMPATH innovations to additional underserved populations outside Kenya.
AMPATH RESEARCH PROGRAM STRUCTURE
Winstone Nyandiko, Kenya
Kara Wools-Kaloustian, North America
Paula Braitstein, M&E & AMRS
Suzanne Goodrich, Laboratory
Violet Naanyu, Behavioral & Social Sciences
Wendy O'Meara, Public Health
Lameck Diero, Kenya
Peter Kussin, North America
Simeon Mining, Kenya
Rami Kantor, North America
Behavioral & Social Science
Eunice Kamaara & Violet Naanyu, Kenya
TBN, North America
Cardiovascular & Metabolic Disease
Jamil Said, Kenya
Sonak Pastakia, North America
Naftali Busakhala, Kenya
Ken Cornetta, North America
Samuel Ayaya, Kenya
Megan McHenry, North America
Beatrice Jakait & Benson Njuguna, Kenya
Rakhi Karwa, North America
Public Health & Primary Care
Faith Yego, Kenya
Wendy O'Meara, North America
Caitlin Bernard & Heather Millar, North America
Omenge Orango, Kenya
Lameck Diero & Winstone Nyandiko, Kenya
Jane Carter, North America
David Ayuku & Edwin Were, Kenya
John Baumann, North America
Data Management and Biostatistics
Ann Mwangi, Kenya
Joe Hogan, North America
Jonathan Dick, North America
Suzanne Goodrich, North America
Jepchirchir Kiplagat-Kirui, Kenya
David Plater & Jerry Wagner, North America
Qualitative Violet Naanyu, Kenya TBN, North America