Md. Kaoser Bin Siddique




Md. Kaoser Bin Siddique is a public health researcher with 12 years of experience in various fields such as disability, disaster management, eHealth, mHealth, and scientific writing. He is currently working as the Coordinator of Research and Training at the Research, Planning and Development Department of Grand Health Sector, TMSS, a leading NGO in Bangladesh. He is also a Senior Manager of Research and Development at faith Bangladesh, a social enterprise that aims to improve the health and well-being of the people of Bangladesh.


Siddique has a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University, where he was a USAID scholar. He also has a Master of Social Science (MSS) degree from the University of Dhaka, a Post Graduate Diploma in Disaster Management (PGDDM) from IDMVS, University of Dhaka, and a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) degree from Gonoshashthaya Samaj Vittik Medical College (GSVMC), Gono University.

Siddique has published several peer-reviewed articles in international journals such as BMC Health Services Research, Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, and Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. He has also completed and led many research projects and consultancies for various organizations such as Save the Children, Care Bangladesh, RHSTEP, DRRA, NCDC, DGHS, CIPRB, and LMRF. Some of his notable research topics include the impact of climate change on sexual and reproductive health rights, the prevalence and risk of disability in rural areas, the feasibility of portable clinics, and the knowledge and utilization of healthcare services among patients with type 2 diabetes.

Siddique is an active member of several professional and academic networks such as ORCID, ResearchGate, and Google Scholar. He can be contacted through his email, cell phone, WhatsApp, or LinkedIn profile. He is fluent in English and Bengali, and has basic knowledge of Hindi and Arabic. He is passionate about improving the health and quality of life of the people of Bangladesh, especially the marginalized and vulnerable groups. He is also interested in learning new skills and technologies that can enhance his research and development work.

1. Rahman, Md Matiur, Md Aminur Rahman, Md Kaoser Bin Siddique, Md Rahidul Islam, and Mohammad Mahbub ur Rahim. "Impact of COVID-19 on Essential Health Care of Rural People in Northern Bangladesh: A Cross-Sectional Study." International Journal of Translational Medical Research and Public Health 7, no. 1 (2023).

2. Md. Shahadat Hossain, Sapia Akter, Mustafa Amimul Ehsan Siddique, Md. Kaoser Bin Siddique et. al. Multidisciplinary conservative treatment outcomes of in-patient physiotherapy set-up among patients with Lumbar Disc Herniation in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: a retrospective, cross-sectional study. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare (2023).

3. Ali, M., Uddin, Z., Banik, P. C., Hegazy, F. A., Zaman, S., Ambia, A. S. M., Md Siddique, Kaoser Bin… & Ahsan, G. U. (2021). Knowledge, attitude, practice, and fear of COVID-19: An online-based cross-cultural study. International journal of mental health and addiction, 1-16.

4. Md Siddique, Kaoser Bin, Sheikh Mohammed Shariful Islam, Palash Chandra Banik, Lal B Rawal. Diabetes knowledge and utilization of healthcare services among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Dhaka, Bangladesh. BMC Health Services Research 17, no. 1 (2017): 586.

5. M Monaemul Islam Sizear, Herfina Y Nababan, Md Kaoser Bin Siddique, Shariful Islam, Sukanta Paul, Anup Kumar Paul, Syed Masud Ahmed. Perceptions of and barriers for appropriate treatment among informal health care providers: findings from a qualitative study in a peri-urban area in Bangladesh. BMC Health Services Research 2019.

6. KB Siddique, S Khan, S Haque, MI Sizear, A Alam. Socioeconomic Status & Health Seeking Behavior of Rural People: A Cross Sectional Study in Fatikchhari, Chittagong. MOJ Public Health, 4(4).

7. Md. Kaoser Bin Siddique. Result-of-neglected-idiopathic-clubfoot-treatment-by-ponseti-technique-a-case-study-from-zero-clubfoot-project-in-bangladesh/.

8. Md. Kaoser Bin Siddique. Effectiveness of French Physiotherapy in Treating Congenital Clubfoot Deformity. Ortho & Rheum Open Access J. 2016; 2(3)

9. Md. Kaoser Bin Siddique. Manipulation and Tenotomy for correction of congenital flexible type clubfoot by Ponseti technique (2013). Comilla BMA Journal, Bangladesh