Dr. Abdul Fattah
Dr. Abdul Fattah (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Superintendent of the NSRIC International School in Toronto (NIST). He is also the Distinguished Faculty in the area of Public Health, Online Education (OE) Division at NSRIC. Dr. Fattah has 15+ years of extensive School administrative experience in Toronto District School Board (TDSB), Ontario, Canada. Further, he established a private school “Baitul Mukarram Academy”, registered by the Ontario Ministry of Education and successfully operated the school as a founding principal for 7 years.
Dr. Fattah is a highly committed professional in school education, public health, epidemiology, health promotion, higher education, research and teaching with diverse experience over 26+ years. He has been leading TDSB school, health and wellness programs through engagement and empowering community groups in Canada, Japan, USA and Bangladesh. He worked as an epidemiologist at Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC). He was also a researcher at the Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto; a Board of Health Member, City of Toronto; a consultant at Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Ottawa; Parkinson’s research consultant in Toronto; Fellow- research & teaching and evaluation lead at Shinshu University School of Medicine, Japan; Superintendent of Dialysis and Kidney Transplantation Hospital in Dhaka. Dr. Fattah represented the Japanese students’ chapter of USA based organization “Students Pugwash” – a students’ movement on “Science and Social Responsibility”, which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1995. He is connected with many charitable organizations in the capacity of Chair, Director of the Board, Secretary General and Advisor in Canada & abroad.
Dr. Abdul Fattah earned an MBBS degree from Chittagong Medical College, Chittagong University, Bangladesh in 1989 and DTC&E from the Research Institute of Tuberculosis, Tokyo, Japan in 1994. He was awarded a PhD in Public Health with a Japanese MONBUSHO scholarship from Shinshu University School of Medicine, Japan in 1997. Prof. Fattah authored and co-authored 30+ research articles in peer-reviewed journals in the areas of cancer and chronic diseases, produced numerous project / research reports, attended conferences and presented research papers in many countries, including American Association for Advancement of Science.