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Arnaud Iradukunda, M.D.

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University of Burundi, Kamenge Teaching Hospital,BurundiMD07.2023Medicine
Lake Tanganyika University, BurundiBSc01.2019Statistics
Haifa University, IsraelInternational certificate08.2019Bioethics in research
Harvard University, Boston, MA, USAResearch Fellowship06.2024International Health
2023 - 2024
Grant-Japan Pharmaceutical Manufactures Associations(JPMA),USA
2019 - 2019
Grant-Third RSTMH and East African Research in Progress, KCMCC, Tanzania
2023 - 2023
Grant-European Congress of Clinical Microbioloy and Infectious Diseases, Denmark
2022 - 2022
Grant-Young East African Scientist Baraza,Rwanda

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Postdoc Research Fellow at Harvard University, Dr Arnaud is both a Medical Doctor from Kamenge Teaching Hospital ( University of Burundi) and Statistician from Lake Tanganyika University. He is also an International UNESCO's certified in Bioethics and human rights for research (UNESCO Chair Bioethics, Haifa University).
Over the past five years, Dr. Arnaud collaborated with National, regional and international organizations like the Burundi Ministry of Health, the WHO, the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene , the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation of Washington University , the Federation of African Medical Student Association and the International Journal of Medical Student.

On Head of ARNECH Research and Consulting Office, Dr. Arnaud is highly resourceful and goal-driven researcher with key interest in Clinical and DHS data analysis, Data Science for Diseases Modelling, System Thinking and Dynamics Modelling. He is also interested in designing of effective M&E system and developing tools for routine data collection and data analysis using varied regressions to calculate incremental effect of projects interventions on targeted population.
Dr Arnaud Iradukunda aims to improve quality of international health research and evaluation through working and providing mentorship to local staff, especially in humanitarian and fragile settings in sub-Sahara Africa.
As Takemi fellow, Dr. Arnaud Iradukunda intends develop modelling skills to examine problems of mobilizing, allocating, and managing scarce resources to improve health with effective strategies for disease control and prevention particulary in low and middle-income countries.

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