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Dr Kazi Rahman

Associate Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine

Accepting PhD Students

Research interests

Being a medical doctor with post-graduate qualifications in epidemiology and population health, I have more than two decades of experience working for the health of the people through research, teaching and programs, both in developed and developing country settings. I focus on the applied aspects of knowledge, the implementation of evidence-based interventions in real-life settings, translating the research findings into practice.


My area of research includes infectious diseases with special focus on vector borne diseases and COVID-19, environmental determinants of heath including effects of natural disasters like flooding and bushfires on health, and One Health. I love the interface between human, animal and the ecosystem, and endeavours to find solutions for the health problems utilizing that One Health space. Started as a quantitative researcher, I am gradually moving more towards the social determinants of health and investigating them through mixed methods research and using implementation science.


  • Epidemiology and Population Health, Doctor of Philosophy, Australian National University, Award Date: 1 Jan 2015
  • Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Master in Epidemiology, Harvard University, Award Date: 1 Jan 2004
  • Medicine and Surgery, MBBS, University of Dhaka, Award Date: 1 Jan 1998

Fields of Research

  • Public health

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