Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Minaz Mawani started her career in health care with a bachelor’s in nursing from Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan and additional training in Critical Care from George Brown College Ontario, Canada. After graduation, she worked for four years in critical, cardiac, and post cardiac surgery care. Her interest to contribute to public health brought her to MSc Epidemiology and Biostatistics program at AKU. In 2013, she graduated with MSc and completed research fellowship training at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is currently working on her PhD in Epidemiology through the Fulbright scholarship program.
Before Joining UGA, she worked as a research faculty member in Pakistan. She has worked on primary as well as secondary data while conducting hospital based multicenter observational studies, clinical trials and population-based studies. She also has an experience in teaching study designs and other epidemiological concepts to residents, fellows, clinical faculty members and students of master’s Program. She has been a clinical and research mentor to professionals from different countries and has several publications in relevant peer reviewed journals.