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Mahmud is the Senior Data Analyst for the Office of Community Impact at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. In this role, he leads the evaluation work and supports the data informed decision making processes for Community Engagement and the Healthier Together Program. Mahmud works with partners within and outside of CHOP to better understand the impact of Healthier Together on neighborhoods surrounding our hospital.
Prior to joining CHOP, Mahmud was an Evaluation Associate with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health where he supported the design and implementation of the department's program/policy evaluation processes.
Mahmud is enthusiastic about using evidence-based best practices to improve the social determinants of health in at-risk communities. He volunteers with the Asian Mosaic Fund and serves as a board member of Moder Patshala, an organization supporting newcomer youth in West Philadelphia. Mahmud holds an MPH in Epidemiology from the School of Public Health at Yale University and a BSc from the University of British Columbia in Microbiology and Immunology.
BS (Microbiology and Immunology)- University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
MPH - Epidemiology, School of Public Health at Yale University, New Haven, CT
Senior Data Analyst
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