About Dr Jean d'Amour SINAYOBYE

Introduction

Dr. Jean d’Amour SINAYOBYE is currently working for both Rwanda Alliance for Sustainable Development, RASD, specialized health related research institution as a Clinical Epidemiologist and for Women’s Equity in Access to Care and Treatment, WE–ACTx, HIV specialized clinic as HIV/AIDS physician.

He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in General Medicine and Surgery from the National University of Rwanda (2009 – 2013) and a Master’s of Science in Clinical Research Methods from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York, USA (2010 – 2012). In addition, he attended numerous professional trainings in Clinical Medicine as well as in Research Field.

Dec 2007 – Feb 2008: Rotation Pediatrics, Family and Community Medicine from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia

June – Sept 2012: Training in Operational Research in Women's Interagency HIV Study (WIHS) and Oncology Research at Montefiore Hospital.

May 24, 2012: Completion of Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI) program as Part of “Protection of Human Subjects in Research”

Jan 24 - 25, 2012:Investigators Training Program, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Jan 4 – 29, 2010: Rwanda summer Clinical Research Training for HIV/AIDS Researchers organized by WE- ACTx and Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University

Aug 19 – 26, 2008: One week training in Medical Management of People living with HIV/AIDS

Beside professional trainings and workshops, Dr. Jean d’Amour SINAYOBYE, actively participated in both National and International conferences and workshops on Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Global Health in General.

Dr. Jean D'Amour SINAYOBYE , has special research interest on Women’s Health especially on HIV/AIDS, AIDS related malignancies such HPV/Cervical & Anal Cancers as well as Sexual Transmitted Infections (STIs). In this regards, He has completed two studies that he presented at different international conferences 1) Prevalence of Shingles and its association with PTSD among HIV -infected women in Rwanda and 2) Prevalence and Risk factors for Oncogenic HPV infection among HIV infected and Uninfected Rwandan women. He plans to continue growing professionally but attending advanced Research and Clinical Medicine Trainings and at the same time using research skills to identify research questions, publishing and inspiring young AIDS researchers in Rwanda.