Nizamuddin Khan is a Senior Program Officer at the Population Council. In his more than 20 years’ experience in public health, he has worked across all Indian states in field management and provided training to data collectors, placing him in a strong position to lead the quantitative component of any program evaluation. In addition to the evaluation studies, Khan has undertaken a range of operations research studies in the field of maternal and child health.
Khan has recently completed the Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey (CNNS) in India, undertaken by the Population Council. Currently, he is involved in the Data Qi project in collaboration with the National Institute for Medical Statistics; a maternal death review project in collaboration with the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health; and several business development activities.
Prior to joining the Population Council, he worked in many esteemed organizations in India, including the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), The World Bank, Futures Group International, IntraHealth International, and International Centre for Research on Women.
Khan is the author of more than 40 peer-reviewed papers, technical reports, policy briefs and book chapters. He has presented more than 15 scientific papers internationally and is published in 20 peer-reviewed journals.
Khan has a PhD in Population Studies from International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, India. He obtained two Master’s degrees; one in Statistics with Computer Programming from Bundelkhand University and another in Master of Population Studies (MPS) from IIPS, Mumbai, India.