Professor Kamran Siddiqi

Professor in Global Public Health

Role at Hull York Medical School

Kamran has a medical background with further training in chest diseases and public health and has carried out research in the UK, Latin America and South Asia in the area of lung health. He uses quantitative research methods to evaluate public health interventions and is particularly interested in research to help control tobacco use in South Asia.

Biography

Qualifications

  • PhD University of Leeds, UK (part-time)
  • FFPH Faculty of Public Health, UK
  • MPH, University of Leeds, UK
  • MRCP, Royal College of Physicians, UK
  • MBBS University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Research

Visit Kamran's profile on the University of York website for details of research projects.

Publications

View Kamran Siddiqi's publications on the York Research Database.

Postgraduate research supervision

Kamran supervises in the topics of lung health, tobacco control and tuberculosis.

External roles

Memberships

Editorial duties

Presentations
  • Key-note speaker at the UK National Smoking Cessation Conference "Smokeless tobacco: The quiet killer" June 2014
  • Invited speaker at World Lung Health Congress, Paris, October 2013
  • Invited speaker at Tobacco End-game Conference, Delhi, September 2013