Dr. Khangelani Zuma is a Research Director and head of biostatistics at the Human Sciences Research Council in the HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections and TB (HAST) research unit based in Pretoria. He holds a PhD in statistics from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, and MSc in Biostatistics from Hasselt University (former Limburgs Universitaire Centrum) in Belgium.
Dr. Zuma has over 10 years experience as a statistician. He has been involved in large scale surveys and clinical trials as a statistician focusing on conceptualization, design and implementation of these studies. His expertise and research interest span around survey design, complex data analyses, linear and non-linear mixed models, hierarchicalBayesian models, (correlated) survival data analyses, epidemiology: modeling infectious diseases data, HIV incidence estimation and monitoring and evaluation of HIV intervention programs.
He has also taught statistics at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His recent publications include authoring and co-authoring papers published in peer-reviewed journals in the areas of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, migration and biostatistics. He has presented papers at both local and international conferences.
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