Muhammad Saiful Islam
Swansea University, UK
Saiful is an experienced statistician with strong analytical skills and creativity from academic study combined with practical understanding of the theory, methods and applications of statistics. He is working as a Trial Statistician and Statistical Consultant of Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) at the College of Medicine, Swansea University. Before joining Swansea, Saiful worked as a Lecturer at the University of Westminster where he led the Data Visualisation and Dashboarding (MSc module) and providing professional short courses to health care researchers. He also worked in the University of Hertfordshire and International Center for Diarrhoeal Disease Research Bangladesh (ICDDRâB). Saiful did his BSc and MSc in applied Statistics and a PhD in applied Statistics from the University of Westminster. His published works mainly concentrating in Clinical Trial, Climate change, Hospital Admissions and so on.
In general, I am interested working in clinical trials, healthcare, disease epidemiology and their relation to environment, climate change, and pollutions. In terms of topics, my research interest surrounds mainly on: health, healthcare, impacts of climate change, climate change adaptation, medical statistics, clinical statistics, hospital episode statistics, air pollutions, disease epidemiology, cancer research, demography and population studies, environmental statistics, and so on.