Public Health Researcher
Dr Samia Amin is a medical doctor and public health researcher by training. She also has more than a decade of teaching experience in three difference countries namely Bangladesh, Malaysia and Australia.
She has an extensive experience in research across qualitative, quantitative and systematic reviews. Her current research focuses on tobacco epidemiology, addiction medicine, chronic disease management, and mobile health technology. She has published papers in national and international high impact journals.
She is fascinated to contribute her knowledge and skill to improve preventive medicine and health informatics. Her main aim is to develop theoretically informed evidence, which can have an applied impact on improving health. She is also eager to engage in the industry sector to transform academic skills for commercialisation.
She is an active member of American Public Health Association and Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine.
PhD (Health Innovation), Macquarie University, Australia
PhD (Public Health) Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
MPH (Hospital Management), North South University, Bangladesh
MBBS, Mymensingh Medical College, Bangladesh
Highest Education: PhD (Health Innovation and Public Health)
Date of Joining: June 12, 2021