Mr Md Rezanur Rahaman

Mr Md Rezanur Rahaman
 Position PhD Candidate
 Org Unit School of Public Health
 Telephone +61 8 8313 0163
 Mobile +61 4 5251 4710
 Location Floor/Room 9 ,  Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences ,   North Terrace
  • Qualifications

    Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) Fellowship, U.S. CDC

    MSc in Applied Epidemiology

    Master of International Public Health/Health Management (UNSW)


  • Awards & Achievements

    The Hospital Research Foundation Travel Grants 2019

    Konrad Jamrozik Student Scholarship 2019

    Walter Dorothy Duncan Trust Board Conference Travel Grant 2019

    The University of Adelaide International Wildcard Scholarship 2017

    Director General's Award (First Position) - Foundation Training for Government Officials of Bangladesh 2012

    Australian Leadership Award (ALA) 2010

  • Publications

    Rahaman MR, et al. Spatial, temporal, and occupational risks of Q fever infection in South Australia,
    2007–2017. J Infect Public Health (2019),

    Rahaman MR, Milazzo A, Marshall H, Bi P. Is a one health approach utilized forQ fever control? A comprehensive literature review. Int J Environ Res PublicHealth 2019;16.

    Rahaman MR, et al. Influenza in Severe Acute Respiratory Infection Patients, Results from National Influenza Surveillance, Bangladesh. The 9th TEPHINET Global Scientific Conference; Chiang Mai, Thailand: TEPHINET 2017. p. 196.

    M R, A M, H M, P B. Livestock and its related occupations in spatial clustering of Q fever in South Australia, 2007-2017. Environmental Epidemiology. 2019;3:322-3. doi: 10.1097/01.EE9.0000609536.18771.b0

  • Professional Associations

    Alumnus - Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network (TEPHINET)

    Member - International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)

    Member - Public Health Association Australia (PHAA)

    Ex-officio member - Public Health Association Australia, SA Branch

    Member - The Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA)

    Member - Bangladesh Medical Association

    Member - Journal Club, Jashore Medical College, Bangladesh

    Alumnus - Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD)

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