Ms. Doreen Tuhebwe is the Field Coordinator of the Master of Public Health at Makerere University College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health Sciences and a Master of Public Health from Makerere University. Currently, Doreen primarily supports the MPH student mentorship program and coordinates the MPH field attachment course (Field Studies) and steers the MakSPH graduate students’ support secretariat. In the Department of Health Policy Planning and Management, she teaches and supervises undergraduate and postgraduate students and participates in curriculum reviews and development for academic programs. She also mentors students in scientific communication and research methods with a bias management, leadership, disaster risk management and control of neglected tropical diseases. Doreen is involved in grants writing as part of the efforts to mobilize resources for research and capacity building. She also has experience in the implementation of research and service projects, writing experiment/research protocols, monitoring field work/ experiments and coordinating ethnography studies. In 2015 Doreen was a co-investigator of the USAID Fighting Ebola Grand Challenge “Designing an isolation Unit for Infectious Pathogens” Doreen is a founder member of the MakSPH-MPH Alumni Association and a member of the Environmental Health Workers’ Association of Uganda (EHWAU). Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Back to top