Mr Molla Huq
BSc (Hons), MSc
Phone:+61 3 990 30339
Molla joined the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine as a biostatistician in 2008. He holds a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Applied Statistics from University of Dhaka and is in the final stages of completing his Ph D in Statistics from Monash University.
Molla is a passionate lecturer and enjoys his teaching role. He has been teaching in different universities since 2003. He now teaches biostatistics in four different subjects at Bachelors and Masters level in the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine.
He is also working as a biostatistician and consultant in a number of research projects in the Centre for Cardiovascular Research & Education (CCRE) in Therapeutics, A number of his articles have been published by the world leading medical/statistical journals. His research interest are risk modelling (e.g., mortality risk), modelling for comparison of Institutional performance (e.g., hospital, surgeon performance in cardiac surgery), statistical inference, prediction and model selection, cancer research, aged care research etc.
Molla has attended many international conferences at home and abroad. Molla is recently working towards developing a long term risk model that would help to appropriately guide Australian cardiac surgeons and patients in assessing perioperative risk of cardiac mortality.