Dr Mohammad Hoque

Research Fellow

Dr Mohammad Hoque is an economist who specialises in health economics, public health and epidemiology modelling. He has worked in research development, implementation and management in integrated health programs at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Bangladesh and the University of Queensland.

He also worked as a consultant and technical advisor for Copenhagen Consensus Centre, the International Food Policy and Research Institute, WHO, UNAIDS and Engender Health. Mohammad has collaborated with leading research groups such as John Hopkins University in the US, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and USAID.

His research and expertise combine epidemiology, biostatistics and health economics data sets to look at disease specific health and economic burdens. Mohammad has designed and conducted health program costing analysis, evaluation of health care intervention, health and economic consequences of disease burden and health care financing of low and middle-income countries.

Mohammad has several years of experience in data analysis with both primary and secondary data and has strong quantitative research skills. He is proficient in managing large and linked datasets, statistical analysis and health economics modelling.

He coordinated and taught health management and economics courses in the MPH program at Independent University in Bangladesh and taught health economics for community nutrition, epidemiology in practice, burden of disease analysis and a research proposal development course at the University of Queensland and the University of Newcastle.

Mohammad has a degree in Economics, a Masters in Health Economics and Public Health, and a PhD from the University of Queensland.