Samia Aziz is an academician and public health researcher in Bangladesh. Her research interests focus on maternal health and care services, socio-demographic determinants and risk factors of non-communicable diseases and mental health. She has expertise in quantitative research and experience in coordinating a national data collection surveillance administered by the Independent University Bangladesh IUB.
Samia is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Epidemiology at the University of Melbourne and working with the Global Women’s and Newborn’s Health group at the Burnet Institute. She has completed a systematic review on the cost-effectiveness of tranexamic acid for the treatment of postpartum haemorrhage and currently implementing quantitative analysis using Bangladesh Demographic Health Survey (BDHS) data to examine the trends and socio-demographic inequalities in accessing postpartum care in Bangladesh. She has a strong desire to work towards the achievement of universal health coverage.
- 2012 - ongoing (currently on study leave): Senior Lecture, School of Public Health
Independent University, Bangladesh IUB
- 2015 - 2016: Live in field experience (LFE) coordinator, Independent University Bangladesh IUB
- 2014 - 2018: Undergraduate course coordinator, Independent University Bangladesh IUB
- 2020: Currently enrolled, Master of Science in Epidemiology, the University of Melbourne
- 2008: Master of Public Health MPH, Independent University, Bangladesh IUB
- 2006: Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management, Independent University, Bangladesh IUB
- 2018: Australia Award Scholarship, DFAT
- Women's sleep position during pregnancy in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review.
Rossiter SK, Aziz S, Wilson AN, Comrie-Thomson L, Stacey T, Homer CSE, Vogel JP
Reprod Health. 2021 Mar; 18(1):53
- The cost-effectiveness of tranexamic acid for treatment of postpartum hemorrhage: A systematic review.
Aziz S, Rossiter S, Homer CSE, Wilson AN, Comrie-Thomson L, Scott N, Vogel JP
Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2021 Feb; Epub ahead of print