|Dr. Kazi Mizanur RAHMAN
Kazi Mizanur Rahman is a medical doctor and also has a Master of Science degree in Epidemiology. He is working at icddr'b as an Assistant Scientist. Currently he is pursuing his PhD at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health of the Australian National University, Australia. Also works with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine as a part-time tutor at the MSc Clinical Trials Distance Learning Programme. Since 2000 he has worked in different public health research projects covering research areas including child health, infectious diseases, nutrition, vaccines, maternal health, and climate change. At James P Grant School of Public Health, Dr. Rahman was involved in teaching fundamentals of epidemiology, infectious disease epidemiology and quantitative research methods at the Master of Public Health programme. He also coordinated the course on quantitative research methods. Dr. Rahman also participated in the methodology workshop intended for guiding students to prepare for their thesis works, and supervised students on their thesis.