Ubydul Haque, PhD
Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, TX, USA
As a spatial epidemiologist, using geospatial and informatics tools, Haque studies infectious disease epidemiology as it relates to time, space and climate change. In addition, he examines the intersection of climate change and deadly landslides and its impact on public health globally.
Haque also has a keen interest to contribute in the ongoing and unforeseen challenges in global health in the near future.
He received a Bachelor of Science from Khulna University, Bangladesh. He completed a Master of Science degree in geoinformatics from the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, and doctorate in public health from Nagasaki University, Japan in 2012.
Haque was a guest doctoral student in Norway for one year. He then moved to Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore to complete a post-doctoral research fellowship. He also completed a research fellowship at University of Florida.
He has published 44 articles in peer reviewed journals and secured more than $100,000 in research grants as a principal investigator. He has published papers in the scientific journals Lancet Global Health and Lancet Infectious Diseases.