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Claire Keene is a South African clinician with experience managing a large HIV and tuberculosis project for Médecins Sans Frontières in Khayelitsha, where she also managed the project’s initial COVID-19 response in 2020 and co-led the ARTIST trial, which showed that it is safe to recycle the tenofovir backbone in viraemic HIV patients switching to dolutegravir.   

 

Claire is completing her PhD at the University of Oxford as part of the Health Systems Collaborative – a group conducting health systems research in resource-limited settings. She is using routine healthcare data to examine patterns of patient engagement behaviour over time, in order to apply the concepts of precision public health to HIV service-delivery in South Africa. 

University members only.

Forthcoming events

The effects of BCG on non-specific resistance to respiratory infection

Monday, 13 May 2024, 1pm to 2pm @ BDI/OxPop Building LG seminar rooms

Festival of Global Health - The Silent Pandemic

Wednesday, 15 May 2024, 4pm to 8pm @ Curzon Oxford, Westgate Shopping Centre, Oxford OX1 1NZ

Title TBC

Monday, 20 May 2024, 1pm to 2pm @ BDI/OxPop Building LG seminar rooms

Exploiting electronic health records to improve infection management

Monday, 03 June 2024, 1pm to 2pm @ BDI/OxPop Building LG seminar rooms