Dr Amir Shroufi

Amir Shroufi is a UK trained medical doctor and has completed post graduate specialist training in public health. Following an early career in acute medicine he has spent the last 15 years working in public health, initially working with the Cambridge institute of Public health and the UK department of health. For the last 8 years he has focused on programmes addressing HIV and TB in Southern Africa, most recently in his role as the medical coordinator for MSF in South Africa, in which he helped establish the stop stockouts project, led the development of a clinical trial on advanced HIV disease packages of care as well as working on the development of the South African Flucytosine Access programme. He has maintained an interest in developing research and, and has over 30 peer reviewed publications in print.