Dr Md Rezanur Rahaman

PhD | FETP | MSc (Appl. Epi) | MIPH/MHM | MBBS
ANU College of Health and Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Epidemiology 4202
  • Disease Surveillance 420202
  • Environmental Epidemiology 420203
  • Epidemiological Methods 420204
  • Public Health 4206
  • One Health 420315


Dr Rezanur Rahaman is a medical doctor with specialist training in Field Epidemiology, International Public Health and Health Management, Infectious Disease and Environmental Epidemiology, and a One Health approach having completed an MBBS, MSc (Appl. Epi), FETP, MIPH/MHM, and a PhD.

As a Research Fellow @ the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, ANU, Rezanur supervises MPhil in Applied Epidemiology (MAE - The Australian Field Epidemiology Training Program) scholars, including supporting their projects in consultation with field supervisors; convenes coursework subjects; participates in ongoing curriculum development; prepares and delivers tutorials, lectures, workshops and seminars; undertakes collaborative research, and supervises PhD scholars.  

Researcher's projects

Principal Investigator

Climatic determinants of diarrheal diseases, including rotavirus among children under five years of age in Bangladesh.

Current student projects

PhD Primary Supervisor

Sources and transmission of zoonotic enteric pathogens: A One Health approach to the analysis of exposure and genomic data.


PhD Primary Supervisor

Strengthening Australia’s applied veterinary epidemiology workforce and manage current and future biosecurity threats effectively through a field epidemiology training program.


Past student projects

MAE Primary Supervisor

Applied Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases in South Australia.


Projects and Grants

Grants information is drawn from ARIES. To add or update Projects or Grants information please contact your College Research Office.

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Updated:  28 May 2024 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers