Dr. Shahid Mahmood Sethi
MBBS, MPH (Public Health), M.Phil (Community Medicine), Masters in Epidemiology and Bio-statistics (Aus), Ph.D Cancer Epidemiology (Aus)
HEAD OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE DEPARTMENT
Dr Shahid Mahmood is a PhD scholar, public health expert and a foreign qualified epidemiologist. He has more than 15 years of teaching and research experience in public health and community medicine. He is associate professor and head of department since April 2021.
Dr Shahid has served as district co-ordinator of LHW program, surveillance officer for polio eradication, epidemiologist during dengue epidemic in Lahore and now is an important member of Corona Expert Advisory Group (CEAG) in Punjab.
Dr Shahid earned his medical degree in 1991 and then obtained his Masters in Public Health (MPH) from Punjab University with distinction and Master of Philosophy (Community Medicine) from University of Health sciences Lahore. He did his Master in Public Health (MPH) with majors in Epidemiology & Biostatistics and then PhD in Epidemiology from Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, the University of Melbourne Australia (World ranking number 32). He is a certified Health Professions Educationist.
He has published his scholarly work widely in national and international scientific peer reviewed journals.
Dr Shahid was awarded Australian Government Scholarships his Masters and doctorate in the University of Melbourne. He also attended training in Bangkok on Dengue fever prevention, management and control sponsored by the Government of Punjab. He has presented his scholarly work at international conferences in France, Australia and Seattle, USA.
Dr Shahid is a member of International Epidemiological Association (IEA), Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA), International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH) and Society of Epidemiologic Research (SER), USA.
His vision for his department is to develop it as a centre of excellence in teaching, training, research and community service.
Cell : 03374968370
DOA (AIMC) : 01-04-2021