Mahdi Baghbanzadeh

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    Mahdi Baghbanzadeh is a Ph.D. student in the health and biomedical data science program at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. Mahdi received his MS in Mathematical Statistics from Shiraz University in 2012, and his BS in Statistics from Shahid Beheshti University in 2010.  Before joining GWU, he had the experience of 7 years performing in an analytical role ranging from data analyst to senior data scientist in multiple companies. His research interests are applying machine learning algorithms in analyzing omics data, developing tools for studying the sequence-to-phenotype association studies, and the effects of different medications on a specific disease.

    Publications

    1. Ulvi, O., Karamehic-Muratovic, A., Baghbanzadeh, M., Bashir, A., Smith, J. and Haque, U., 2022. Social Media Use and Mental Health: A Global Analysis. Epidemiologia, 3(1), pp.11-25.

    2. Rahman, M.S., Karamehic-Muratovic, A., Baghbanzadeh, M., Amrin, M., Zafar, S., Rahman, N.N., Shirina, S.U. and Haque, U., 2021. Climate change and dengue fever knowledge, attitudes and practices in Bangladesh: A social media–based cross-sectional survey. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 115(1), pp.85-93.

    3. Shrestha, N., Shad, M.Y., Ulvi, O., Khan, M.H., Karamehic-Muratovic, A., Nguyen, U.S.D., Baghbanzadeh, M., Wardrup, R., Aghamohammadi, N., Cervantes, D. and Nahiduzzaman, K.M., 2020. The impact of COVID-19 on globalization. One Health, 11, p.100180.

    4. Peeri, N.C., Shrestha, N., Rahman, M.S., Zaki, R., Tan, Z., Bibi, S., Baghbanzadeh, M., Aghamohammadi, N., Zhang, W. and Haque, U., 2020. The SARS, MERS and novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemics, the newest and biggest global health threats: what lessons have we learned?. International journal of epidemiology, 49(3), pp.717-726.

    5. Baghbanzadeh, M., Kumar, D., Yavasoglu, S.I., Manning, S., Hanafi-Bojd, A.A., Ghasemzadeh, H., Sikder, I., Kumar, D., Murmu, N. and Haque, U., 2020. Malaria epidemics in India: Role of climatic condition and control measures. Science of The Total Environment, 712, p.136368.

    6. Baghbanzadeh, M., Simeone, F.C., Bowers, C.M., Liao, K.C., Thuo, M., Baghbanzadeh, M., Miller, M.S., Carmichael, T.B. and Whitesides, G.M., 2014. Odd–even effects in charge transport across n-alkanethiolate-based sams. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136(48), pp.16919-16925.