Jamirah Nazziwa

Doctoral Student, Master of Science, Bachelor's Degree

Research

The overall objective of my Ph.D. project is to study HIV evolution both within and between hosts to identify key regulators of HIV disease progression and spread. More specifically, (1) to identify and characterize key drivers of HIV transmission and molecular epidemiology in Nigeria and Guinea-Bissau; and (2) to characterize the blood proteome during acute HIV-1 infection, and disentangle HIV-1 selection, evolution, and adaptation in patients with different rates of disease progression.

Recent research outputs

Kiwuwa-Muyingo, S., Jamirah Nazziwa, Ssemwanga, D., Ilmonen, P., Njai, H., Ndembi, N., Parry, C., Kitandwe, P. K., Gershim, A., Mpendo, J., Neilsen, L., Seeley, J., Seppälä, H., Lyagoba, F., Kamali, A. & Kaleebu, P., 2017 Oct 1, In : PLoS ONE. 12, 10, p. 1-23 e0185818.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Reynolds, S. J., Ssempijja, V., Galiwango, R., Ndyanabo, A., Nakigozi, G., Lyagoba, F., Jamirah Nazziwa, Redd, A., Lamers, S. L., Gray, R., Wawer, M., Serwadda, D. & Quinn, T. C., 2017 May, In : AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses. 33, 5, p. 448-451 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Kaleebu, P., Kirungi, W., Watera, C., Asio, J., Lyagoba, F., Lutalo, T., Kapaata, A. A., Nanyonga, F., Parry, C. M., Magambo, B., Jamirah Nazziwa, Nannyonjo, M., Hughes, P., Hladik, W., Ruberantwari, A., Namuwenge, N., Musinguzi, J., Downing, R., Katongole-Mbidde, E. & HIV Drug Resistance Working group, 2015, In : PLoS ONE. 10, 12, e0145536.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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