David Serwadda

Member, Board of Trustees

David Serwadda is a professor in the Department of Disease Control and Environmental Health at Makerere University School of Public Health in Uganda, where he served as dean from 2003–2009. He is the founder of the Rakai Health Science Program, which has pioneered research on HIV, and is the international principal investigator to the HIV Prevention Trial Network.

In 2019 Serwadda was named one of the world’s most accomplished scientists living in or focused on the developing world by The World Academy of Sciences, and in 2011 was elected fellow of the National Academy of Medicine.