Dr. David Lubogo (MBChB, MPH) is a Lecturer at Makerere University College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health, Department of Community Health and Behavioural Sciences. He received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) and Master of Public Health (MPH) from Makerere University. He has attended several post graduate trainings in areas such as HIV/AIDS prevention and care, Nutrition, Public Health in Complex Emergencies, Community Risk Assessment and Maternal and Child Health.
He has taught, supervised and examined both undergraduate and graduate students and coordinated a number of courses at Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) including Field Study for the MPHN program. Prior to joining MakSPH as a Research Fellow, he worked as a Medical Doctor in two rural Ugandan hospitals namely Kiboga Hospital, Kiboga district and Ngora Freda Carr Hospital, Ngora district, where he gained rich and valuable experience in public health and clinical medicine.
Dr. Lubogo has published in peer reviewed journals, co-authored a scholarly book chapter and has made oral and poster presentations at both local and international scientific meetings/conferences. He has served as a Peer Reviewer for some international journals and as an Abstract Mentor (2016) for the International AIDS Society.
He has worked as a Principal Investigator, Co-Principal Investigator, Project Coordinator and Technical Team Supervisor for a number of collaborative research projects in Public Health. He has also participated in writing technical research reports for some international organizations. He is an active member of the Uganda Medical Association (UMA) and a Disaster and Climate Resilience Fellow.
His current interests are in the areas of HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, Non Communicable Diseases, Maternal Child Health and Community Risk Reduction.