Dr. Sakib Rahman is a physician by training and early-stage public health researcher with the purpose to make the world free from diseases. He has completed his MBBS degree from Jahurul Islam Medical College & Hospital, Kishorganj, and MPH from the BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health. Areas of interest comprise chest diseases, non-communicable diseases, maternal nutrition, and broader public health development. He has clinical experience of 2 years in the National Institute of Diseases of Chest & Hospital (NIDCH) as an MS student and experience in quantitative, qualitative research, manuscript writing, data analysis. He enjoys playing different sports and listening to music.
Module(s) taught (in MPH)
- MPH 522: Epidemiology
1. Project: "Establishment of a Nutrition Panel Dataset in Bangladesh" Donar: The World Bank Role: Coordinator 2. Project: Process documentation on building Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMN) and host community resilience in Coxâ€™s Bazar, Bangladesh: A mixed method cross-sectional study Donar: European union, UNICEF Role: Coordinator 3. Project: Impact Evaluation of the Project Titled â€˜Implementation of the World Health Organizationâ€™s Framework for Working With Individuals, Families, And Communities (IFC) to Improve Maternal and Newborn Health in Bangladesh Donar: a. Enfants du Monde (EdM), switzerland, UNICEF b. BRAC; Bangladesh Role: Field coordination