Staff Profiles

Associate Professor Mosepele Mosepele

MBBS & BMedSci, University of Melbourne, Australia

Internal Medicine (Physician Training), University of Pennsylvania, USA

Clinical & Research Infectious Diseases Training, Harvard Medical School, USA

Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health

Completed basic medical training at the University of Melbourne, with rotations at the University of Oslo (clinical rotations in Obstetrics/Gynecology and Pediatrics). Completed a thesis on "Medical Students Understanding of their hybrid PBL/traditional medical curriculum" as a Bachelor of Biomedical Science Candidate (intercalated degree). Recipient of the Dean's Prize on Professionalism.

Served as intern and medical officer at Princess Marina Hospital, including as Head of the Hospital HIV Clinic. Recipient of the Hospital Superintendent Outstanding Employee Award.

Completed Residency (Internal Medicine) at UPenn, with focus on primary care and global health medicine. Concurrently served as lead resident in the Refugee Clinic at Penn Center for Primary Care.

Completed Clinical Infectious Diseases at Harvard Medical School undertaking rotations at both Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Womens' Hospital). Concurrently completed MSc Clinical Epidemiology at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public health (HSPH). Thesis was on "Statin eligibility among People Living with HIV within the Harvard Hospital System".

Recipient of Harvard CFAR Scholar award, NIH admin supplementary grant against Harvard CFAR scholar award; NIH R21; NIH R34; EDCTP Fellowship grant; STRIPE Training grant. Currently holds an appointment as a Research Associate at Botswana-Harvard AIDS Partnership & at HSPH.

Diplomate of American Board of Medicine (Medicine; Infectious Diseases)

General Internal Medicine 

Clinical Infectious Diseases

Clinical Epidemiology

Clinical Reasoning

Microalbuminuria among people living with HIV

Hypertension control among people living with HIV

Subclinical arterial disease among people living with HIV

Gut microbial dysbiosis among people living with HIV

Efficacy of HIV treatment partners in Botswana

Mixed method studies on HIV testing and treatment associated stigma

Community and Healthcare associated antimicrobial drug resistance


Cardio-metabolic complications of HIV-infection

Hypertension control among people living with HIV


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