Laboratory of Demographic Data
Nazrul Islam, MBBS, MSc, MPH, PhD, is a Physician-Epidemiologist and Medical Statistician. He is currently an Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics at University of Southampton Faculty of Medicine.
His research involves big data analysis (e.g., whole-population electronic medical records of primary and secondary healthcare data) using advanced epidemiological study design methodology such as emulated target trial, minimising bias and confounding in observational studies, examining intersectional inequalities in morbidity and mortality locally and globally.
He previously worked as a Research Fellow at the Big Data Institute at the University of Oxford. Before that, he was a quantitative Research Associate at the University of Cambridge.
- Research Editor, The BMJ (British Medical Journal)
- Principal Methodologist, UK Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Islam, N.; Jdanov, D. A.; Shkolnikov, V. M.; Khunti, K.; Kawachi, I.; White, M.; Lewington, S.; Lacey, B.:
British Medical Journal 375:e066768, 1–14. (2021)
Islam, N.; Shkolnikov, V. M.; Acosta, R. J.; Klimkin, I.; Kawachi, I.; Irizarry, R. A.; Alicandro, G.; Khunti, K.; Yates, T.; Jdanov, D. A.; White, M.; Lewington, S.; Lacey, B.:
British Medical Journal 373:1137, 1–14. (2021)
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