Dr Mohammad Hoque
Mohammad is an economist who specialises in health economics, public health and epidemiology modelling. He spent time in research development and implementation at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Bangladesh and has collaborated with multiple leading research groups, such as John Hopkins University in the US, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the World Health Organization and USAID. He worked as a consultant for several international research organisations and development partners.
Mohammad has a degree in Economics and a Masters in Health Economics and Public Health. He also has a PhD from the University of Queensland.
Mohammad begins each day with morning prayer before sunrise and then focuses on his research interests, such as designing and conducting economic evaluations of healthcare interventions, measuring health inequalities and examining disease specific risk factors and the associated health and economic consequences.