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Miguelhete Lisboa

Medical Research Assistant - Health Systems Research at Centro de Investigação Operacional da Beira, National Institute of Health | Beira , Mozambique

Basic Medical Sciences, Healthcare, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine
Looking for a mentor and open to collaboration.
Support Level:
Editing Support, Long-term mentoring and support
Support Needed:
Writing, Dealing with the publishing process, Language editing or proofreading support, Statistical advice, Career mentoring, Data analysis


Basic Medical Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine, Healthcare
Research Keywords:
Tuberculosis infection control TB programme implementation TB/HIV co-infection and health systems in resource-limited settings Impact of delays in TB diagnosis and treatment for TB infection control
Collaboration interests:
I am interested in epidemiology, biostatistics, implementation research science and health systems operations research, that would lead to public health evidence-based approaches. Research fields: TB/HIV co-infection and neglected tropical disease.
Miguelhete Lisboa is a Medical Doctor with 10+ years of experience as a physician assistant. Dr. Lisboa has also a Bachelor degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in HIV/AIDS and Health and, a Master degree in Public Health. Currently is doing his Ph.D. program in International Health (tropical public health) at Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in Lisbon, Portugal. Dr. Lisboa is working for Mozambique MoH, at the National Institute of Health as a junior medical researcher. Implementation research science in the health system research, epidemiology and biostatistics are the main areas of his interest. His research field is focused on TB/HIV co-infection and neglected tropical disease.

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