Dr Seka Kiyingi’s current research interests include: optimisation of asthma management in a general or family practice setting, a systematic study of names of the Baganda and genealogical family tree constructions. In the past he has indulged in the pharmacology of asthma, betel nut chewing and asthma, and the optimal use of prescribed medicines.


  1. Kiyingi KS. Kiyingi Roots: A Life Story of Paulo Kikwanguyira Kiyingi The Unsung Hero. A book printed by Logicmedia, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia (2004).
  2. Kiyingi KS. Olulyo lwa Kiyingi Omuzira Ataayatiikirira. A book printed by Logicmedia, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia (2002).
  3. Kiyingi KS, Saweri A. Betel nut chewing decreases FEV1 in some asthma patients. PNG Med J 1994; 37:  90-99.
  4. Kiyingi KS, Lauwo JAK. Drugs in the home: danger and waste. World Health Forum 1993; 14: 381-384.
  5. Kiyingi KS. How much do outpatients know about drugs prescribed to them? A pilot study. PNG Med J 1993; 36: 29-32.
  6. Kiyingi KS. Slaked lime and betel nut cancer in Papua New Guniea. Lancet 1992; 340: 1357-1358.
  7. Kiyingi KS, Sime L. Compliance profiles of paediatric patients in an Out-patient department. PNG Med J 1992; 35: 95-100.
  8. Kiyingi KS Martin WMC. Ewing’s sarcoma: Fifteen years’ experience at Angau Memorial Hospital. PNG Med J 1990; 33: 17-23.
  9. Kiyingi KS. Letter to the Editor on “Manuscript preparation”. East African Medical Journal 1985; 62: 433-434.
  10. Kiyingi KS. Studies on Beta-Adrenoceptor Antagonists in the Cat and Man. PhD Thesis, The University of Sydney (1985)
  11. Kiyingi KS, Anderson SD, Temple DM, Shaw J. Beta-adrenoceptor blockade with propranolol and bronchial responsiveness to a number of bronchial provocation tests in non asthmatic subjects. Eur J Res Dis 1985; 66: 256-267.
  12. Kiyingi KS, Shaw J. The phenomenon of beta-adrenergic hypersensitivity following propranolol withdrawal in normal subjects. Eur J Clin Pharmacol 1984; 27: 423-428.
  13. Kiyingi KS, Temple DM. The determination of Beta-adrenoceptor antagonist cardioselectivity in vivo: Atenolol in anaesthetized cats. Archives Internationales de Pharmacodynamie et de Therapie 1983; 264: 59-72.