Catherine Bamuya graduated in 2016 from the University of Malawi with a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences. She started her research career with UNC, where she worked as a research officer on a clinical trial of youth friendly healthy services. She joined MEIRU in 2018 to work on Type 2 Diabetes education program for adults.  She is currently working on DIPLOMATIC study: A clinical trial platform to optimize maternal and newborn health in LICs. Her main interest is in health and development research


Bamuya, C., Correia, J. C., Brady, E. M., Beran, D., Harrington, D., Damasceno, A., Crampin, A. M., Magaia, Ana, Levitt, Naomi, Davies, M. J. and Hadjiconstantinou, M. (2021). Use of the socio-ecological model to explore factors that influence the implementation of a diabetes structured education programme (EXTEND project) inLilongwe, Malawi and Maputo, Mozambique: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 21(1), 1355. doi:10.1186/s12889-021-11338-y

Rosenberg, N. E., Bhushan, N. L., Vansia, D., Phanga, T., Maseko, B., Nthani, T., Libale, C., Bamuya, C., Kamtsendero, L., Kachigamba, A., Myers, L., Tang, J., Hosseinipour, M. C., Bekker, L. G., & Pettifor, A. E. (2018). Comparing Youth-Friendly Health Services to the Standard of Care Through “Girl Power-Malawi”: A Quasi-Experimental Cohort Study. Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999)79(4), 458–466.