Aziza Mahamoud

Aziza Mahamoud is currently an epidemiologist at Sidra Medical and Research Center in Doha, Qatar. She has extensive knowledge and experience that span public health, epidemiology and systems science domains. Prior to joining Sidra, she led the urban health complex systems modelling projects at the Wellesley Institute, a Toronto based population health research and policy institute. She also held other research positions in academia and governmental organizations in Canada. Her research primarily focused on developing computational models of disease transmission, conducting surveillance studies, and developing disease prevention and control policies. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatchewan, Canada and a BSc in the life sciences from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada. Her research interests include perinatal health, chronic disease prevention and control, health disparities, race/ethnicity and health, and the application of innovative systems science tools to design and evaluate effective policies.


Transforming Public Health in Developing Nations
Mohamud Sheikh, Aziza Mahamoud, Mowafa Househ. © 2015. 416 pages.
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