Eva Ujeneza, MScFaculty Member, DAIDD 2016, MMED 2018
PhD candidate, Stellenbosch University and
South African Centre for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis
MSc in Environmental and Geographical Sciences, University of Cape Town (2014)
Postgraduate Diploma in Mathematical Sciences, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (2011)
BSc in Applied Mathematics, National University of Rwanda (2009)
About: Eva completed an undergraduate (Honours) degree in Applied Mathematics, at the National University of Rwanda. She then attended the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in South Africa and obtained a postgraduate diploma in Mathematical Sciences. In June 2014, she obtained a Master of Science in Environmental and Geographical Sciences (Climate Modeling) from the University of Cape Town, after which she joined the South African Centre of Excellence in Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis (SACEMA) as a PhD student. Eva is registered in the Department of Mathematics at Stellenbosch University, and her research focuses on how to use mathematical models to describe the reconstitution of the immune system in HIV-infected patients that are on highly active antiretroviral therapy. She was an MMED participant in 2014, served as an MMED mentor in 2015-2016, and joined the Workshop Faculty in 2016.
Means, Risher, Ujeneza, I Maposa, J Nondi, Bellan. (2016) Impact of Age and Sex on CD4+ Cell Count Trajectories following Treatment Initiation - An Analysis of the Tanzanian HIV Treatment Database. PLOS ONE