- Affiliate Assistant Professor, Global Health
- Program Manager Director, Partners In Health - Peru
Partners in Health - Peru
Ave, San Borja Norte 1245
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Jesus Peinado is a PhD Epidemiology candidate that holds a Medical degree, Masters in Biomedical and Health Informations, and Masters in Social program and Projects Management. Dr. Peinado is a program manager, data scientist with skills in clinical research biostatistics, health informatics management, and epidemiology. He is the Executive Directore of Programs Management at Partners in Health - Peru. He is a member of clinical research committees from NIH HIV networks. Dr. Peinado is also the author and co-author of peer-reviewed journals and book chapters.
- MS (University of Washington)
- MS (Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia)
- MD (Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia)
- Chronic Disease (incl. Cardiovascular, Diabetes)
- Health Technologies
- HIV Transmission
- Infectious Diseases
Chang Liu, Yu Cao, Marlon F. Alcantara, Benyuan Liu, Maria J. Brunette, J. Peinado, W. Curioso. Detecting Tuberculosis In Chest X-Ray Images Using Convolutional Neural Network. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing – Beijing, China, May 2017.
Yu Cao, Chang Liu, Benyuan Liu, Jesús Peinado, Walter H Curioso. Improving Tuberculosis Diagnostics using Deep Learning and Mobile Health Technologies among Resource-poor and Marginalized Communities. 20156 IEEE First Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies, August 2016.
Curioso WH, Peinado J, Rubio CF, Lazo-Escalante M, Castagnetto JM. Biomedical and health informatics in Peru: significance for public health. Health Info Libr J. 2009 Sep;26(3):246-51.
Michael C Verre, Jesus Peinado, Eddy R Segura, Jesse Clark, Pedro Gonzales, Carlos Benites, Robinson Cabello, Jorge Sanchez, Javier R Lama. Socialization Patterns and Their Associations with Unprotected Anal Intercourse, HIV, and Syphilis Among High-Risk Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Peru. AIDS and Behavior DOI:10.1007/s10461-014-0787