PhD (Epidemiology), Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 2005
Dr. Islam joined at the Augusta University in 2018. His current research foci are patient-centered outcomes research in cancer, infectious diseases, and interventions program evaluation. He is particularly interested in clinical epidemiology and early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of diseases. The overarching objective of Dr. Islam’s research is to prevent diseases and lead to better treatment outcomes among diverse populations including resource-limited communities such as minorities and rural populations.
Epidemiology research methods, Epidemiology of infectious diseases and cancer, clinical epidemiology, and global health.