Senior Advisor AHRI
Head, Population Research Platform, AHRI Demographer who has worked at the Somkhele site of the Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) since 2003 responsible for strategic direction and optimal coordination of research operational support for all population-based research projects, including oversight of the entire Data Centre and the Community Engagement Unit. Tinofa is interested in, and has over 18 years’ experience in designing data collection, data processing and quality assurance and quality control systems for studies ranging from large observational surveys, interventions to clinical trials, as well as training research teams, including in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and research ethics, using outcomes based adult education approaches. Tinofa previously worked as Research Manager for the Manicaland HIV Prevention Project under Biomedical Research and Training Institute in Zimbabwe and as a Clinical Trials Programme coordinator for UZ-UCSF Research Programme in Zimbabwe. Scientifically, Tinofa is interested in research on adolescent sexual and reproductive health; he is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Witwatersrand, studying social context as a source of social context as source of vulnerability and resilience for adolescent reproductive health outcomes in rural South Africa.
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