Dr. Owora has expertise in biostatistics, epidemiology, health economics and mixed methods research. He has led and/or been a co-investigator on numerous CDC, NIH, DHHS, DOD, state government and private organization funded research and evaluation projects. His research interests include testing and measurement in mental health, the use of multi-level analysis and quantitative epidemiological methods in observational studies, clinical trials and economic evaluations. He is currently involved in research studying the (1) impact of misclassification error on the diagnosis of maternal depression and identification of relevant etiologic risk factors, (2) developmental origins of health and disease with a focus on childhood obesity and asthma, (3) effectiveness of developmental and behavioral interventions on maternal-child health and (4) effectiveness of interventions to eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmission and female controlled methods to prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
DrPH., University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA, 2015
M.P.H., University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA, 2009
B.S., . Makerere University, Uganda, 2005
Mental health, maternal-child health, methods for clinical trials and health economic evaluations.