Dr. Muhammad H. Zaman
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Boston University College of Engineering
He is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor of Biomedical Engineering and International Health at Boston University. His work has been published in Nature, Science, and Lancet
Planetary Health, among other magazines. In addition, his opinion pieces and columns have appeared in leading newspapers around the world, including the New York Times, the Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, El País, and Japan Times; on Al Jazeera; at the World Economic Forum; and through dozens of other outlets. He lives with his family in the greater Boston area.
Dr. Zaman leads the Zaman Lab of Boston University, which is divided into two main thrusts, namely global health and cancer. Within the global health arena, his interests are focused on improving health systems through understanding of disease determinants, development of better diagnostics, and helping local stakeholders implement evidence-based policy. His current work focuses on antimicrobial resistance, One Health integrated solutions, improved testing of drug quality, and improved diagnostics for maternal health.