James N. Kiarie is an associate professor in obstetrics and gynaecology the University of Nairobi, and a consultant obstetrician gynaecologist in Kenyatta National Hospital.  He is also an affiliate Associate Professor in Epidemiology and Global Health at the University of Washington. 

His work focuses on Health Professionals training, reproductive health, HIV and use of Information technologies in research and training.  Dr Kiarie is the director of the University of Nairobi Medical Education Program Initiative (MEPI) whose mission is to improve the health of Kenyans through medical education and research.  Prof Kiarie also directs the University of Nairobi HIV Fellowship Program that aims to support the Kenyan National HIV AIDS response by training program managers and leaders.   He is the Principal Investigator of a cohort study on HIV and Pregnancy Intention and the Nairobi Site Partners in Prevention PrEP trial.  

Prof Kiarie has extensive experience in Public health and training and has over 75 papers published in peer reviewed journals.

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