MD MOKTARUL ISLAM
CEO (Wing -1) and Director (R&D)
Moktarul Islam is a highly experienced researcher, project coordinator, and adept team leader with a specialized background in Public Health and Social Research. With an extensive professional history spanning over 16 years, he has dedicated more than 9 years to the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B), where his contributions have been instrumental in advancing Public Health Research. Mr. Moktarul has played a crucial role in Clinical Research, encompassing Randomized Control Trials (RCTs), comprehensive surveys, and surveillance initiatives. He also kept pivotal roles (e.g. Team Leader, Project Coordinator) in project development and execution in various International and national organizations including Oxfam International, World Vision International, RDRS Bangladesh, and RISDA Bangladesh.
Currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer (Wing -1) and Director (Research and Development) at International Online Journal Hub (IOJH), a reputed research consultancy firm in Bangladesh, provides services to pharmaceutical companies for conducting clinical trials and supports a range of institutions and health professionals in their research endeavors, including study design, protocol development, manuscript writing, and publication support. Mr. Moktarul brings valuable leadership and expertise to the area of research, ensuring the successful implementation and completion of the programs.
MPH in Epidemiology, North South University
MSS in Economics, National University
BSS (Hons.) in Economics, National University
:: Effect of in-house crowding on childhood hospital admissions for acute respiratory infection: A matched case-control study in Bangladesh
:: Climate Change Mitigation: Bangladeshi Citizen’s Engagement and Responsibility
Recognized for his expertise in the field, Mr. Islam has been enlisted as a member of Advancing Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights (AdSEARCH) by icddr,b, and his abstract titled “Perceived mental stress and associated factors: A comparison between working and non-working infertile women in Bangladesh” was selected as one of the best.