Mian B. Hossain, PhD

School of Community Health and Policy
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Portage Building (Room 302c)
Baltimore MDUSA

Biographical Sketch:
Mian Bazle Hossain is an Associate Professor in the School of Community Health and Policy at Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland. He received his PhD in Social Statistics from University of Southampton, England. Dr. Hossain has received a Master of Science degree from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Master of Health Science degree from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Hossain has published several papers on the issues of reproductive health, quality of care, infant-child mortality, family planning program evaluation, and domestic violence in peer reviewed journals. Currently, Dr. Hossain is conducting research on issues related to trust and HIV/AIDS vaccine trial, barriers for HIV testing, depression and campus sexual violence, ATOD use among adolescents and psychosocial well-being in young adulthood, perceived availability and risk and the use of ATOD, disaster preparedness, barriers to receiving family planning services by African American and Hispanic males, etc. Dr. Hossain has been teaching all three Biostatistics courses at Morgan State since 2001. For teaching and advising students, Dr. Hossain received a prestigious Golden Apple Award in 2004 and Best Faculty of the Year Award in 2006. Dr. Hossain currently serves as Chair of the Membership Committee of the Statistics Section of the American Public Health Association.