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Dr M Mamun Huda is an experienced public health researcher and biostatistician, currently serving as a Senior Research Fellow at the Rural Health Research Institute. With over 15 years of professional experience, he possesses a strong analytical background in public health sciences. His expertise lies in large-scale data management, administrative data linkage, integrated data analytics, data visualisation, health surveys, community-based intervention trials, and program evaluation. His current research is dedicated to child and adolescent health and well-being in underprivileged settings, focusing on issues such as teenage pregnancy and motherhood, teenage mothers' birth and child health outcomes, non-communicable diseases, and mental health.
Dr Huda has a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.; Honours) and a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Statistics from the Department of Statistics at the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. He also completed his PhD (in Public Health - Epidemiology) at The University of Queensland (Australia) utilizing a large number of national health survey data (~ 4 million participants in 258 surveys) from 74 countries worldwide to understand the global burden, disparity, determinants, and consequences of teenage motherhood and formulated important data-driven policy recommendations. His doctoral research has been published in leading international academic journals, including The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, and received media coverage. 
Before joining the CSU Rural Health Research Institute, Dr. Huda was a Research Fellow at the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at The University of Queensland. He also held the position of Associate Scientist at icddr,b, an international health research organization based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. During his tenure at icddr,b, he actively participated in the implementation of research projects, including community-based intervention trials, and worked with governments and international research organizations to support national programs in the Indian subcontinent. His research has been published in high-impact international journals such as The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health (IF:36.4), Lancet Global Health (IF: 34.3), EClinicalMedicine-The Lancet (IF: 15.1), Clinical Infectious Disease (IF: 11.8), and Emerging Infectious Disease (IF: 11.8).

Dr Huda is active in professional roles and participates in national and international collaborative networks, including The World Health Organization (WHO), The Global Burden of Disease Study, The International Association for Adolescent Health, and the Statistical Society of Australia. He was a consultant for the Special Program for Tropical Disease Research (TDR), WHO, and was involved in developing several policy documents of the TDR/WHO. 

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being
  • SDG 4 - Quality Education
  • SDG 5 - Gender Equality
  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities
  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
  • SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals

Education/Academic qualification

Public Health (Epidemiology) , Doctor of Philosophy, Adolescent Motherhood in Low-and Middle-Income Counties: Trends, Determinants, and Child Health Outcomes, University of Queensland

04 Oct 201730 Jun 2021

Award Date: 25 Feb 2022

Public Health, Public Health Leadership Fellow, Impact of Climate Change on Public Health in Bangladesh, Griffith University

25 Feb 201310 Jul 2013

Award Date: 10 Jul 2013

Statistics , Masters of Science (Statistics), Bootstrapping and Robust Estimation in Factor Analysis, University of Rajshahi

12 Nov 200501 Nov 2006

Award Date: 01 Feb 2007

Statistics , Bachelor of Science (Honours), University of Rajshahi

11 Jan 200101 May 2005

Award Date: 01 Nov 2005

External positions

Fellow (Life Course Centre) , The University of Queensland

31 Jul 2021 → …


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  • Global fertility in 204 countries and territories, 1950–2021, with forecasts to 2100: a comprehensive demographic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2021

    GBD 2021 Fertility and Forecasting Collaborators, Bhattacharjee, N. V., Schumacher, A. E., Aali, A., Abate, Y. H., Abbasgholizadeh, R., Abbasian, M., Abbasi-Kangevari, M., Abbastabar, H., Abd ElHafeez, S., Abd-Elsalam, S., Abdollahi, M., Abdollahifar, M. A., Abdoun, M., Abdullahi, A., Abebe, M., Abebe, S. S., Abiodun, O., Abolhassani, H. & Abolmaali, M. & 233 others, Abouzid, M., Aboye, G. B., Abreu, L. G., Abrha, W. A., Abrigo, M. R. M., Abtahi, D., Abualruz, H., Abubakar, B., Abu-Gharbieh, E., Abu-Rmeileh, N. M., Adal, T. G. G., Adane, M. M., Adeagbo, O. A. A., Adedoyin, R. A., Adekanmbi, V., Aden, B., Adepoju, A. V., Adetokunboh, O. O., Adetunji, J. B., Adeyinka, D. A., Adeyomoye, O. I., Adnani, Q. E. S., Adra, S., Afolabi, R. F., Afyouni, S., Afzal, M. S., Afzal, S., Aghamiri, S., Agodi, A., Agyemang-Duah, W., Ahinkorah, B. O., Ahlstrom, A. J., Ahmad, A., Ahmad, D., Ahmad, F., Ahmad, M. M., Ahmad, S., Ahmad, T., Ahmed, A., Ahmed, A., Ahmed, H., Ahmed, L. A., Ahmed, M. S., Ahmed, S. A., Ajami, M., Aji, B., Akalu, G. T., Akbarialiabad, H., Akinyemi, R. O., Akkaif, M. A., Akkala, S., Al Hamad, H., Al Hasan, S. M., Al Qadire, M., AL-Ahdal, T. M. A., Alalalmeh, S. O., Alalwan, T. A., Al-Aly, Z., Alam, K., Al-amer, R. M., Alanezi, F. M., Alanzi, T. M., Albakri, A., Albashtawy, M., AlBataineh, M. T., Alemi, H., Alemi, S., Alemu, Y. M., Al-Eyadhy, A., Al-Gheethi, A. A. S., Alhabib, K. F., Alhajri, N., Alhalaiqa, F. A. N., Alhassan, R. K., Ali, A., Ali, B. A., Ali, L., Ali, M. U., Ali, R., Ali, S. S. S., Alif, S. M., Aligol, M., Alijanzadeh, M., Aljasir, M. A. M., Aljunid, S. M., Al-Marwani, S., Almazan, J. U., Al-Mekhlafi, H. M., Almidani, O., Alomari, M. A., Al-Omari, B., Alqahtani, J. S., Alqutaibi, A. Y., Al-Raddadi, R. M., Al-Sabah, S. K., Altaf, A., Al-Tawfiq, J. A., Altirkawi, K. A., Aluh, D. O., Alvi, F. J., Alvis-Guzman, N., Alwafi, H., Al-Worafi, Y. M., Aly, H., Aly, S., Alzoubi, K. H., Ameyaw, E. K., Amin, T. T., Amindarolzarbi, A., Amini-Rarani, M., Amiri, S., Ampomah, I. G., Amugsi, D. A., Amusa, G. A., Ancuceanu, R., Anderlini, D., Andrade, P. P., Andrei, C. L., Andrei, T., Anil, A., Anil, S., Ansar, A., Ansari-Moghaddam, A., Antony, C. M., Antriyandarti, E., Anvari, S., ANWAR, S., Anwer, R., Anyasodor, A. E., Arabloo, J., Arabzadeh Bahri, R., Arafa, E. A., Arafat, M., Araújo, A. M., Aravkin, A. Y., Aremu, A., Aripov, T., Arkew, M., Armocida, B., Ärnlöv, J., Arooj, M., Artamonov, A. A., Arulappan, J., Aruleba, R. T., Arumugam, A., Asadi-Lari, M., Asemi, Z., Asgary, S., Asghariahmadabad, M., Asghari-Jafarabadi, M., Ashemo, M. Y., Ashraf, M., Ashraf, T., Asika, M. O., Athari, S. S., Atout, M. M. D. W., Atreya, A., Aujayeb, A., Ausloos, M., Avan, A., Aweke, A. M., Ayele, G. M., Ayyoubzadeh, S. M., Azadnajafabad, S., Azevedo, R. M. S., Azzam, A. Y., Badar, M., Badiye, A. D., Baghdadi, S., Bagheri, N., Bagherieh, S., Bahmanziari, N., Bai, R., Baig, A. A., Baker, J. L., Bako, A. T., Bakshi, R. K., Balasubramanian, M., Baltatu, O. C., Bam, K., Banach, M., Bandyopadhyay, S., Banik, B., Banik, P. C., Bansal, H., Baran, M. F., Barchitta, M., Bardhan, M., Bardideh, E., Barker-Collo, S. L., Bärnighausen, T. W., Barone-Adesi, F., Barqawi, H. J., Barrow, A., Barteit, S., Basharat, Z., Bashir, A. I. J., Bashiru, H. A., Basiru, A., Basso, J. D., Basu, S., Batiha, A. M. M., Batra, K., Baune, B. T., Bayati, M., Begum, T., Behboudi, E., Behnoush, A. H., Beiranvand, M., Bejarano Ramirez, D. F., Bekele, A., Belay, S. A., Belgaumi, U. I., Bell, M. L., Bello, O. O., Beloukas, A., Bensenor, I. M., Berezvai, Z., Berhie, A. Y., Bermudez, A. N. C., Bettencourt, P. J. G., Bhagavathula, A. S., Bhardwaj, N., Bhardwaj, P., Bhardwaj, P. V., Bhaskar, S., Bhat, V., Bhatti, G. K., Bhatti, J. S., Bhatti, M. S., Moni, M. A., Sun, J. & Huda, M. M., 18 May 2024, In: The Lancet. 403, 10440, p. 2057-2099 43 p.

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  • Hormonal, liver, and renal function associated with electronic waste (e-waste) exposure in Dhaka, Bangladesh

    Parvez, S. M., Huda, M. M., Rahman, M., Jahan, F., Fujimura, M., Hasan, S. S., Hares, A., Islam, Z., Raqib, R., Knibbs, L. D. & Sly, P. D., Jun 2024, In: Toxicology. 505, p. 153833 153833.

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  • Perceived neighborhood characteristics and sleep in Australian adults

    Edmed, S. L., Huda, M. M., Pattinson, C. L., Rossa, K. R. & Smith, S. S., Feb 2024, In: Health Education and Behavior. 51, 1, p. 155-166 12 p.

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  • Population modifiable risk factors associated with neonatal mortality in 35 sub-Saharan Africa countries: analysis of data from demographic and health surveys

    Ahmed, K. Y., Thapa, S., Hassen, T. A., Tegegne, T. K., Dadi, A. F., Odo, D. B., Bizuayehu, H. M., Shifti, D. M., Belachew, S. A., Kibret, G. D., Ketema, D. B., Kassa, Z. Y., Amsalu, E., Bore, M. G., Seid, A., Mesfin, Y. M., Kibret, K. T., Huda, M. M., Mahmood, S. & Anyasodor, A. E. & 1 others, Ross, A. G., Jul 2024, In: eClinicalMedicine. 73, 12 p., 102682.

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