Rafdzah Ahmad Zaki

Dr Rafdzah Ahmad Zaki is a senior lecturer in Epidemiology at the Department of Social & Preventive Medicine, University of Malaya. She obtained a degree in Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Liverpool. She gained her Master of Public Health and Doctorate of Public Health from the University of Malaya. She received training in Evidence-Based Medicine from the University of Oxford and exposure in Clinical Epidemiology from the University Medical Centre Utrecht, Netherland. She also received training on Mathematical Modelling in Epidemiology and Infectious Disease Control at Imperial College, London.

She is currently holding Swedish Research Link grant for establishing an early warning system for dengue in Malaysia, in collaboration with Umea University, Sweden. She also received Newton Fund Institutional Linkage grant for big data research on dengue in collaboration with the Faculty of Computer Science & Technology, UM and the University of Nottingham UK.

Dr Rafdzah actively involved in community programme under MyCAP (Malaysian Care for Adolescent Project) including contribution to the MyCAP website: http://myadolescenthealth.org/home/. Through this project, the Ministry of Health has given their trust in making the University of Malaya as the Clearinghouse Centre for Adolescent Health in Malaysia.

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