Dr. Muhammad Bilal Siddiqui is a Maternal & Child Health Epidemiologist; a medical practitioner and a foreign-trained Public Health specialist (from the United Kingdom, Malaysia and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia).
Being a Maternal and Child Health Epidemiologist, he has profound experience in designing supervising and monitoring and evaluation of several Research Projects related to Maternal and Child Health domain in developing countries. Within the domain of MnCH, he has a special focus on Social Determinants of Health (SDoH), Service delivery (SD) and Health Services/System Research. And Surveillance system He has an added expertise in Mix methods (Quantitative and Qualitative Research).
He has been involved in Advocacy, training and capacity building of different populations pertaining to improving health and nutrition of mothers and children and has been involved in developing training and curricula in different projects.
Being a Public Health Academician, he has experience in teaching core public health topics, especially, Epidemiology, Research methods, Public Health Policy, Social determinants of health and disease, Reproductive Health, Health promotion etc.
Moreover, he has experience in curriculum development for public health academic and research programs.
He is a peer reviewer of several international Public Health journals. He has also been a key speaker in different research conferences.
Canada Pakistan Research Development Council (CPRDC): Executive Member CPRDC (https://www.cprdc.ca/member/siddiqui-muhammad-bilal/)
Child Health Registry of Pakistan (CHRoP)
AREAS OF INTEREST:
RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN
Reversing the behavioral changes in stunting children of Pakistan-(In process)
Karachi Verbal Autopsy/Social Autopsy child mortality inquiry-Completed
Health Care In Danger Project (HCiD)-Completed