東京大学医学系研究科 国際保健政策学 東京大学 The University of Tokyo

Department of Global Health Policy

Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo

Md. Mizanur Rahman

Assistant Professor

Academic title

B.Sc, M.Sc., PhD.

Current research topics

Health financing, universal health coverage, epidemiology, inequality in health, systematic review-meta analysis

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Education

2013

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International Health, University of Tokyo

2004 - 2005

Masters of Science (MSc) in Population Science and HRD, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

2001 - 2004

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Population Science and HRD, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Employment (Selected)

April 2019 - present

Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health Policy, University of Tokyo

April 2015 - March 2019

Project Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health Policy, University of Tokyo

Dec 2013 - Dec 2018

Associate Professor, Department of Population Science and HRD, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

July 2013 - March 2015

Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Global Health Policy, University of Tokyo

Feb 2009 - Nov 2013

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Science and HRD, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Feb 2006 - Feb 2009

Lecturer, Department of Population Science and HRD, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Publications

Islam MR, Rahman MS, Rahman MMA, Nomura S, Silva AD, Lanerolle P, Jung J, Rahman MM . Reducing childhood malnutrition in Bangladesh: the importance of addressing socio-economic inequalities. Public Health Nutrition. 2019. Online first.

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Jung J, Rahman MM, Rahman MS, Swe KT, Islam MR, Rahman MO, Akter S. Effects of hemoglobin levels during pregnancy on adverse maternal and infant outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 2019. Online first.

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Zhang C, Rahman MS, Rahman MM, Yawson AE, , Shibuya K. Trends and projections of universal health coverage indicators in Ghana, 1995-2030: a national and subnational study. PLoS ONE. 2019; 14(5): e0209126.

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Han SM, Rahman MM, Rahman MS, Swe KT, Palmer M, Sakamoto H, Nomura S, Shibuya K. Progress towards universal health coverage in Myanmar: a national and subnational assessment. The Lancet Global Health. 2018; 9: e989-e997.

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Swe KT, Rahman MM, Rahman MS, Saito E, Abe SK, Gilmour S, Shibuya K. Cost and economic burden of illness over 15 years in Nepal: A comparative analysis. PLoS ONE. 2018; 13(4): e0194564.

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Haruyama R, Gilmour S, Ota E, Abe SK, Rahman MM, Nomura S, Miyasaka N, Shibuya K. Causes and risk factors for singleton stillbirth in Japan: Analysis of a nationwide perinatal database, 2013–2014. Scientific Reports. 2018; 8(1):4117.

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Sakamoto H , Rahman MM, Nomura S, Okamoto E, Koike S, Yasunaga H et al. Japan Health System Review . Vol. 8 No. 1. New Delhi: World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia, 2018.

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Rahman MS, Rahman MM, Gilmour S, Swe KT, Abe SK, Shibuya K. Trends in, and projections of, indicators of universal health coverage in Bangladesh, 1995–2030: a Bayesian analysis of population-based household data. The Lancet Global Health. 2018; 6: e84-94.

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Rahman MM, Karar A, Rahman MS, Parsons A, Abe SK, Bilano V, Gilmour S, Shibuya K. Progress toward universal health coverage: a comparative analysis in 5 South Asian countries. JAMA Intern Med. 2017; 177(9): 1297-1305.

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Nomura S, Sakamoto H, Glenn S, Tsugawa Y, Abe SK, Rahman MM, Brown JC, Ezoe S, Fitzmaurice C, Inokuchi T, Kassebaum NJ, Kawakami N, Kita Y, Kondo N, Lim SS, Maruyama S, Miyata H, Mooney MD, Naghavi M, Onoda T, Erika O, Otake Y, Roth GA, Saito E, Tabuchi T, Takasaki Y, Taimura T, Uechi M, Vos T, Wang H, Inoue M, Murray CJL, Shibuya K. Population health and regional variations of disease burden in Japan, 1990–2015: a systematic subnational analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet. 2017; 390(10101): 1521-1538.

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