• Affiliate Assistant Professor, Global Health

University of Washington
Box 356423
Seattle, WA 98195
United States

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Dr. Aliza Monroe-Wise is an infectious disease and internal medicine specialist engaged in HIV prevention research and education activities in Nairobi, Kenya. She is the Research Director for SHARP, a study of assisted partner services for people who inject drugs in Kenya. She also serves as the e-Learning lead for Kenya's National HIV Integrated Training Curriculum and is the primary UW liaison for the University of Nairobi's Healthcare Education Partnership Initiative. Dr. Monroe-Wise holds a BA in African American studies from Columbia University, a MSc in epidemiology from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, and an MD from Stanford University. She completed residency and fellowship at University of Washington and was UW's first Chief Resident for the Clinical Education Partnership Initiative (CEPI) in Naivasha, Kenya.

  • BA (Columbia University)
  • MS (Johns Hopkins University)
  • MD (Stanford University)
Country Affiliations 
  • Spanish
Health Topics 
  • Education and Training
  • Epidemiology
  • Health Systems Strengthening and Human Resources Development
  • Hepatitis
  • HIV Transmission
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drug Use

Monroe-Wise A, Maingi P, Moraa H, Bukusi D, Farquhar C. “Assisted Partner Notification Services for Patients Receiving HIV Care and Treatment: Barriers and Opportunities for Scale-Up.” J Int AIDS Soc 2019; 22(S3): e25315.

Monroe-Wise A, Reisner E, Sherr K, Ojakaa D, Mbau L, Kisia P, Muhula S, Farquhar C. “Using Lean Manufacturing Principles to Evaluate Wait Times for HIV-Positive Patients at an Urban Clinic in Kenya.” International Journal of STD & AIDS 2017; 2017; 28(4): 1410-1418.

Monroe-Wise A, Mashalla Y, O’Malley G, Nathanson N, Seloilwe E, Gachuno O, Odero T, Nakanjako D, Sewankambo N, Tarimo E, Urassa D, Manabe Y, Chapman S, Voss J, Wasserheit J, Farquhar C. “Training tomorrow’s leaders in global health: impact of the Afya Bora Consortium Fellowship on the careers of its alumni.” BMC Medical Education, 2016; 16: 241

Monroe-Wise A, Kibore M, Kiarie J, Nduati R, Mburu J, Drake FT, Bremner W, Holmes K, Farquhar C. “The clinical education partnership initiative: an innovative approach to global health education.” BMC Medical Education 2014; 14(1): 1043