Muhammed Semakula PhD(C) is health scientific Innovation analyst at Rwanda Biomedical Center. He is a senior statistician and data scientist with a strong knowledge in statistical methods, data handling and data analysis. He has extensive knowledge in designing prototype of health information systems, evidence based strategic planning and operationalization. He is a researcher in statistics methods focusing on modeling infectious diseases, concentrating on spatial and spatio-temporal models.
Muhammed Semakula holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied statistics from University of Rwanda; a master’s degree in statistics and Biostatistics from faculty of science, department mathematics and statistics at university of Hasselt in Belgium. He is PhD candidate in joint PhD program of Statistics at Center of statistics, data science institute of university of Hasselt, Belgium and PhD program in and Data Science, Biostatistics at African center of excellence in data science, at University of Rwanda.
Muhammed Semakula is a fellow of McGoldrick Program at Harvard T.H. CHAN school of public health, department of Biostatistics, university of Harvard, USA. He is a Gradstat member of Royal statistical society in United Kingdoms (UK). He is a voluntary research assistant at University of Hasselt in Belgium and co-lecturing Biostatistics, Bayesian statistics to master’s program at African center of excellence in Data science at university of Rwanda.