Miliva Mozaffor MBBS, MD
Dr Miliva Mozaffor is a clinical biochemist and working as a clinician researcher in Biomedical Research Foundation Bangladesh (BRF). Her immense interests in biochemical mechanism of diseases led to earn an MD in Biochemistry from BSMMU (Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University), Bangladesh. Her MD research work was focused on metabolic syndromes. Before completing her post-graduation she worked as a clinician for 10 years in different organizations and hospitals. During that time period she gained experience in tutorial and practical classes at Sir Salimullah Medical College and Hospital, instructed classes of postgraduate students at BSMMU and experienced working in clinical pathology also. Currently she is working as a lecturer in Biochemistry in the Medical College for Women and Hospital, Uttora, Dhaka (MCWH). Her main research interests are public health issues, non-communicable diseases and child health. She got engaged with BRF through the milestone chikungunya project and later involved in a number of other projects such as thalassemia and obesity. She is very much enthusiastic about public health research. Her passion is to connect her clinical biochemistry experiences to understand and provide insights about some major public health challenges in Bangladesh.