Dr. Naveed Janjua is an epidemiologist and the executive director of Data and Analytic Services at BCCDC. He is also a clinical professor at the UBC School of Population and Public Health.
Dr. Janjua’s research interests include the study of infectious diseases (hepatitis B and C, COVID-19), health disparities, syndemics of psychosocial conditions, infections and chronic diseases, health outcomes, intervention effectiveness, health surveillance and program monitoring. His research has been influential in informing clinical and public health guidelines and policies.
Most of his current research is based on the BC Hepatitis Testers Cohort, the BC COVID-19 Cohort and the BC Mix COVID-19 Survey. He also leads Hepatitis Education Canada, a program that develops culturally and linguistically sensitive hepatitis C education resources for the population, hepatitis patients and health care providers.
Dr. Janjua is a medical doctor (MBBS) and holds a master of science (MSc) in epidemiology and biostatistics, and a doctorate in public health (DrPH).
He is the executive director of Data and Analytic Services at BCCDC. He provides leadership on data and analytic services for population health surveillance and monitoring. His team develops and maintains surveillance systems utilizing various big data streams for real-time population health monitoring, enabling a precision public health approach for population health management.
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