Clarah Khalayi is a Clinical Officer at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi, where she supports clinical services and psychometric assessments in the neuroscience department.
Currently, she is tasked to conduct the Epilepsy Diagnostic Companion Validation Study survey, as well as Swahili translations for the Oxford Martin Global Epilepsy Perceptions of Technology Survey (POTS) among other study duties. Additionally, she supports the neuro clinic through clinical care to epileptic clients. This far, Clarah has conducted assessments on Mal brain study participants; administering questionnaires such as the Ravens Score, Developmental, Dimensional and Diagnostic Interview (3di) and others to assess their neurological development and wellbeing.
Clarah holds a Higher National Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery - Family Health and a Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery. Her interests are in providing near normal experiences for people living with epilepsy and advocating for a society where stigma against people living with this condition is figmental.