Fatema B. Rasul
Fatema B. Rasul is trained as a medical doctor from Bangladesh, and hold a Master degree in Public Health. She worked as a senior research associate and as a lecturer in the James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University for over two years. She has experience in working closely with BRAC health programmes, and have collaborated in the development of a health insurance product while working in BRAC healthcare innovations programme. Fatema joined the health economics and health financing group of University of Heidelberg in March 2014, as a doctoral student. Her doctoral thesis applies mixed methods to assess and understand health care use and household expenditure for chronic non communicable diseases in Bangladesh.
|2014 - present||PhD candidate, University of Heidelberg, Institute of Global Health|
|2012||MPH, James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University|
|2009||MBBS, Ibrahim Medical College, Dhaka University|
English, Bangla, Hindi
Honors and awards
USAID’s Next Generation of Public Health Experts Project PhD scholarship for Women, 2013-2016
Rasul FB, Shawon MSR, Nazneen S, Hossain FB, Malik SS, Islam MT: Do the dietary and lifestyle practices make the private medical students overweight: A cross-sectional study in Bangladesh? Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare 2013, 3:130–139.
Rasul FB, Datta N, Alam MJ, Bardhan M, Chowdhury AS, Mahmood CD, Mizan MSB, Roni RB, Ghosh J, Majumder RI, Ferdous SA, Sherin R, Hassan M, Rashid MM: Nutritional Status, Proteinuria and Glycosuria among Primary School Children in a Rural Community of Bangladesh. Ibrahim Medical College Journal 2008, 2:35–36.