Md Nadiruzzaman

Birthdate: 23-02-1976


Personal statement:

I am an Assistant Professor in the Health, Ethics and Society department at Maastricht University. Prior to this, I was working as a Postdoctoral Scientist at the Centre for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN), Institute of Geography, Hamburg University. Previously, I held academic and research positions at Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB), International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), and Exeter University (UK). By training, I am a human geographer with an MA (by Research) and PhD from Durham University. In my PhD and post-PhD activities, I was privileged to oscillate between academia and the development sector with a particular focus on climate change adaptation, marginality and everyday life nexus, which covers some significant areas of anthropology of globalisation and health in a changing climate. In short, over more than a decade, I have gained experience in curriculum development, teaching and research supervision at tertiary academic institutions, engaged in several collaborative research, and won a few prestigious research bids (including an Horizon2020 in 2017 with the UM), and published in academic and press media outlets with more than 30 researchers.


Health, Ethics and Society (Assistant professor)
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