Ranjan Koiri obtained a Master of Public Health degree from BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health (BRAC JPGSPH) and has since worked at the same institute as a Research Associate, recently promoted to Assistant Coordinator. He is interested in both Qualitative and Quantitative studies and in the last couple of years, he has honed his skill in qualitative and quantitative tools development, analysis, and reporting. Mr. Koiri is well-skilled in data management software like Nvivo (Qualitative) and Stata (Quantitative). Throughout his career in BRAC JPGSPH, he has co-authored several research and training project reports and effectively disseminated research findings to various stakeholders, including community members, government and NGO officials, academicians, and policymakers. Mr. Koiri is also well-experienced in project management and coordination. He wants to develop my professional skills further and contribute to the health sector, preferably in any low-income country.
Module(s) taught (in MPH)
- MPH 501: Introduction to Public Health
- MPH 530: Health Systems Management
- MPH 690: Principles of Health Communications
1. Project: SHINE (Strengthening Health Systems by Improving community health workers' mental wellbeing And Empowerment project). Donor: NIHR Role: Co-I 2. Project: Hygiene Health Skill Learning Pilot Project Donor: LDS Role: Project Coordinator
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications
Koiri, R., Haque, M. M., Kamrujjaman, M., & Islam, M. N. (2015). Pattern of Musculoskeletal Disorder and Associated Factors among Garo Ethnic Community. Orthop Rheumatol Open Access J. 2015; 1(1):555555. DOI: 10.19080/OROAJ.2015.01.555555. Arefin S. M. Z. H., Koiri R., & Haque M. M. (2015). Diet, Nutrition, and Ethnicity: A Cross- sectional Survey on Garo Tribal People. EC Nutrition, 2, 491-496.
Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain Teaching Fellow Award for 2021-22 from BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health