Md Hamidul Huque is a research fellow (statistician) at the School of Psychology, UNSW. Dr Huque obtained his PhD degree in statistics from the University of Technology, Sydney and held a postdoctoral position in biostatistics at the Murdoch Children’s research institute, Melbourne, Australia. He obtained his bachelor and master’s degree in statistics from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Before moving to Australia, he worked for the centre for child and adolescent health at the international diarrhoeal disease research Bangladesh (icddrb) as a research statistician. His interest lies in developing novel and efficient statistical methods to address practical issues in public health research. He is interested to work in a collaborative environment where he has an opportunity to not only pursue statistical research problems, but to see those applied in real world settings. His methodological research interest includes appropriate analysis of administrative data through proper handling for the imperfect measures (missing data, measurement errors etc.).