Dr. Dathan Byonanebye, MBChB, M.Med, MPH,FCP, is a lecturer in the Department of Community Health and Behavioural Sciences.
He is a Medical doctor with double specialist training in Internal Medicine (Makerere University) and Public Health (University of Manchester). He is a Fellow of the East, Central and Southern Africa College of Physicians (ECSACoP). Currently, he is a Doctoral candidate (Medicine) at University of New South Wales, Australia.
His research Interests include non-communicable diseases (NCDs), and digital public Health interventions. His PhD focuses on cardiovascular risk in people living with HIV/AIDS who are treated with contemporary antiretroviral therapy. Prior research has been on digital health interventions to optimize TB, Integration of NCD in HIV care, and Public Health interventions to optimize NCD care.