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Seter  Siziya

Prof Seter Siziya

qualifications: BA(Ed), MSc, DLSHTM, CStat, PhD, FRSS

position: Professor of Medical Biostatistics and Dean

Zambia

Professor Seter Siziya has the following degrees and status: BA-Ed (Mathematics), MSc (Medical Statistics), PhD (Biology), DLSHTM, and CStat. He is currently a Professor of Medical Biostatistics in the Michael Chilufya Sata School of Medicine of the Copperbelt University. He is the current Dean. Research interests include non-communicable diseases, including tobacco smoking. He worked for ten years in the Tropical Diseases Research Centre, Ndola, Zambia, rising from the post of a Staff Development Fellow to that of a Senior Scientific Officer in statistics; then moved to the University of Zimbabwe where he again worked for ten years rising from the post of a Lecturer to that of a Senior Lecturer. Worked for the University of Zambia School of Medicine from 2001 to 2011, rising from the Post of a Senior Lecturer to that of a Professor of medical biostatistics. He has published over 360 papers in peer reviewed journals; 95 chapters; edited 5 books and 2 issues of the International Public Health Journal and the International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health.


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 27 September 2007

Predictors of cigarette smoking among adolescents in rural Zambia: results from a cross sectional study from Chongwe district


Original Research 31 August 2009

Factors associated with intimate partner violence among pregnant rural women in Rwanda


Original Research 19 September 2013

District specific correlates for hypertension in Kaoma and Kasama rural districts of Zambia

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