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Biostatistician , population scientist

Mohamed Mahmoud Ali, Sudanese biostatistician, population scientist. Member of Royal Statistical Society (associate).

Background

Ali, Mohamed Mahmoud was born on December 25, 1962 in El-Obeid, Kurdofan, Sudan. Son of Mahmoud Ali Siddiq and Batool Abdel Hafeez Siddig.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Statistics with honors, School Mathematics Sciences, Khartoum, Sudan, 1986. Master of Science in Medical Statistics, University London, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in Bio-Statistics, University London, 2000.

Career

Lecturer London School Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, 1997—2002. Senior statistician World Health Organization, Geneva, since 2002. Team leader United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, London, 1998—2000, Iraq, 1998—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of a new statistical for analyzing incomplete duration data. Development of several computer routines for computing cause-specific hazard, cumulative incidence rates and design-based variances for mortality estimates from survey data. Research in the area of Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, childhood mortality contraceptive use.

Membership

Member of Royal Statistical Society (associate).

Connections

Married Afraa Ghalib Abbas. 1 child Omnia Mohamed Mahmoud.

father:
Mahmoud Ali Siddiq

mother:
Batool Abdel Hafeez Siddig

spouse:
Afraa Ghalib Abbas

child:
Omnia Mohamed Mahmoud Ali