|Dr. Nadira SULTANA
Lecturer III ( On Leave)
Dr. Nadira Sultana Kakoly joined the school in June 2012 as a research supervisor, she then went on to become research coordinator of a large 3 year funded project by IDRC called “Governance for urban health equity: Mobilizing demand for primary health care among the urban poor” and is currently working as lecturer III at James P. Grant School of Public Health. She is a physician (MBBS) and has a Masters of public health with over nine years of working experience in cutting edge research in the health sector.
She has published in peer reviewed journals such as the “Journal of Pediatrics” and “Tropical Doctor” including participating in many global conferences such as American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and Health systems in Asia. Her First authored article has received the prestigious Shepard’s award from CDC (Atlanta) and her poster has won the 1st runner up prize in the Health systems in Asia conference organized by SSM (Social science and medicine). In addition to her research responsibilities, she regularly participates in the infectious disease, quantitative research methods and basic epidemiology modules of the MPH program.