Charles Muiruri
Medical Instructor in the Department of Population Health Sciences

Dr. Muiruri is a health services researcher, Medical Instructor in the Duke Department of Population Health Sciences, Assistant Research Professor in the Global Health Institute, and Adjunct lecturer at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, Moshi Tanzania. Prior to joining Duke faculty, Charles worked in various Global Health operations and leadership roles within the Duke for over 10 years.
Broadly, his research seeks to improve the quality of healthcare and reduce disparities for persons with multiple chronic conditions both in and outside the United States. Dr. Muiruri has worked and published in all the stages of the HIV continuum of care. His current work is focused on extending the HIV cascade of care to include noncommunicable diseases among people living with HIV. Specifically, his current projects focus on using implementation sciences approaches to improve the quality of cardiovascular disease care among people living with HIV with funding from NHLBI and NIMHD.

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Contact Information

  • 215 Morris St. Suite 210, Imperial Building, Durham, NC 27705
  • Box 104023, Durham, NC 27705

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