Maganizo Chagomerana

Dr. Maganizo Chagomerana

PhD – Assistant Professor of Medicine-Infectious Diseases, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Dr. Chagomerana is the Director of the Analysis and Manuscript Unit (AMU) at UNC Project-Malawi. He has received numerous awards, including the HPTN international fellowship to evaluate incidence of STDs in the HPTN 052 study. Dr. Chagomerana has also served as a mentor to numerous KUHeS junior faculty, MPH and PhD students, and students who have engaged with the AMU.

Dr. Chagomerana is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill and the Director of the Analysis and Manuscript unit at University of North Carolina Project–Malawi.

He obtained his MSc in Biostatistics from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and PhD in Epidemiology from UNC at Chapel Hill. Dr. Chagomerana was the HPTN International Scholar for 2018–2019 and a fellow at ACTG Statistical and Data Analysis Center, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health in 2019–2020. He also received a grant for secondary data analysis from Project SOAR (Supporting Operational AIDS Research). Dr. Chagomerana served as a Data Core Leader and Biostatistician at University of Malawi, College of Medicine. His most recent grant awards include the 2021 CIPHER grant and the UNC-Malawi-South Africa Cancer Consortium pilot grant. Dr. Chagomerana’s research interests include epidemiologic methods, HIV prevention, and epidemiology of HIV-related malignancies.