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Jahurul Islam City, Aftabnagar
Dr. Marzia Zaman Sultana is a medical graduate completed her MBBS from Sir Salimullah Medical College (SSMC) under University of Dhaka in 2003. She started her carrier in 2004 as Medical Officer in clinical medicine in the department of pediatrics. Then she joined 25th BCS in 2006 but left after a year due to her son’s health issues. In 2008, she started her journey in public health and joined NGO Forum for Public Health and visited many arsenic affected areas of the country for mitigation purpose. She completed her MPH in Epidemiology in 2011 from State University of Bangladesh (SUB) and started her research carrier in ICDDRB, where she was involved with a cohort study and a clinical trial on maternal and child health. From here she developed her research interest in sexual reproductive health, maternal and child health, adolescent health and related public health issues. She joined East West University in 2013 as Lecturer and started taking courses on reproductive health, adolescent and development, public health, epidemiology, STD and HIV/AIDS, genetics etc. In 2017, she completed her MPhil in Preventive and Social Medicine from National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine (NIPSOM) under Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) and got promoted as Senior Lecturer. She has three journal article publications in international journals and few conference papers. With her colleagues she has completed a research project funded by EWUCRT and submitted another research proposal recently. Besides her academic endeavors, she has also published a book in bangla in 2019.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Relations, East West University (29 September 2016 till date)
Lecturer, Department of Social Relations, East West University (11 May 2013 – 28 September 2016)
Medical Officer, Child Health Unit, ICDDR,B (August 2010 – April 2012)
Medical Officer, NGO Forum for Water Supply and Sanitation (March 2008 – July 2010)
Medical Officer, Pediatric Department, Addin Hospital (November 2004 – September 2006)
Medical Officer, Gonosasthaya Nagar Hospital (August 2004 – November 2004)
Chan, G. J., Stuart, E. A., Zaman, M. Z., Mahmud, A. A., Baqui, A. H., & Black, R. E. (2014). The effect of intrapartum antibiotics on early-onset neonatal sepsis in Dhaka, Bangladesh: a propensity score matched analysis. BMC pediatrics, 14(1), 104.
Kabir. R., & Sultana. M. Z. (2017). “Adolescents’ and their Mothers: Understanding the Needs”. The International Journal of Indian Psychology. 4(3) 97, P.51-61, DIP:18.01.007/2017040.
Sultana, M. Z., & Kabir, M. R. Integration of Health Care and Social Support in Specialized School for Children with Autism: A Case Study from Dhaka City. Society & Change. Vol. XIII, No.2, April-June 2019. ISSN: 1997-1052 (Print), 227-202X (Online)
Sultana MZ. Master of Population, Reproductive Health, Gender and Development of East West University: The first ever multidisciplinary graduate programme focusing reproductive health in a comprehensive approach in Bangladesh. 2ndInternational Conference on Global Public Health 2014, Development Agenda at Crossroads, 3rd-4th July 2014 at Negombo, Srilanka. (2014)
Sultana MZ. Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights: How much the undergraduate students know? International Conference on Innovating Education in Asia, on 31st October to 2nd November 2015 held at Hans Raj College, Delhi University, New Delhi, India. (2015).
Sultana MZ. Investing in Young People. Bangladesh Summit on Sustainable Development 2014, Mission for 100 Years, 16th -19thAugust 2014, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (2014)
Sultana MZ. Awareness regarding Swine flu among the students of the Dhaka University. 42nd APACPH Conference, held at Bali International Convention Center, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia on 24-27 November 2010.
Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC)