Faraz is a quantitative researcher with experience in the design and conduct of various clinical and field based projects in Pakistan. He studied MSc in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Aga Khan University, and has a keen interest in population oral health, tobacco use and its cessation in adults and adolescents. Faraz has a rich experience in data management, statistical analyses and project management, and is well versed with work in communities based in low resourced settings.
MSc Epidemiology & Biostatistics (Aga Khan University, Pakistan) - 2014
BDS (Batchelor of Dental Surgery) (University of Karachi, Pakistan) - 2010
Faraz’s research interests primarily revolve around smokeless tobacco consumption among adolescents and adults in the UK and South Asian countries.