Peter Mudiope

Dr. Mudiope is a Medical Doctor with a Master’s degree Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Makerere University, Kampala Uganda and Post Graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management from Uganda Management Institute.

Currently Peter is the Coordinator HIV Prevention at the Ministry of Health Uganda, where he provides a 360-degree strategic stewardship in the area of HIV prevention. He has provided leadership in the developing and roll out of several key HIV Prevention policies, guidelines, and training materials. His current research interest are in the area of HIV and mental health with focus on implementation science research on adoption and roll out of models to optimize novel HIV prevention tools such as Medication assisted therapy; inject PrEP; event driven PrEP etc. He is the Principal Investigator on the WHO/UNAIDS funded BBS –LITE study, that is employing cost saving approaches to estimate SW & PWID size and profiles in Eastern Uganda.


From 2013 to 2016, Peter worked as Head of HIV Prevention at Uganda AIDS Commission for four years before joining the USAID funded project (RHITES-SW) as Director Clinical Services, where he was key in initiating and rolling out comprehensive Health and HIV/AIDS project in over 15 districts in South Western Uganda.


Peter has authored a number of publications won awards and research grants internationally such as the: The Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s award by the IAS and ICW & ICRW at the AIDS 2012 conference in Washington DC; The Young Investigator award, by the International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials group (IMPAACT Sep 2010:  Awarded a Grant: Enhancing Family planning    among HIV/AIDS mother in Mulago; Administrative Supplements for HIV/AIDS Implementation Science in PEPFAR Settings Notice Number: NOT-AI-10-023 (2010- 2012)

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