Queen Dube

Queen Dube is identifying challenges in neonatal care, developing and implementing new technology solutions at the largest tertiary hospital in Malawi; Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in collaboration with Rice University. She is a member of technical working groups on maternal newborn and child health in Malawi and the globe.  She is also a faculty member for the college of Medicine in Malawi. She has been working with various stakeholders; USAID, UNICEF, WHO, Save the Children, Rice University to improve quality of care for maternal and neonatal health in Malawi and the Sub-Saharan region. She has research interests in the areas of neurodevelopment, neonatal health, acute care and HIV. She has published papers in these areas.

Queen was one of the physician partners at QECH who oversaw the clinical aspects of Rice 360’s Pumani CPAP clinical study funded by a Saving Lives at Birth seed grant in July 2011.

She holds an MBBS and MMED in Paediatrics and Child health degree at the College of Medicine in Malawi  and a  PhD from the University of Liverpool.
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Neonatal Health Innovator