Mohammad Naqibuddin is a researcher-physician at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. His current research works seek to improve health-related quality of life and reduce health care costs for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he also got involved into research on health care providers’/workers’ safety at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Following his medical education from Dhaka University (Mymensingh Medical College), Bangladesh, he pursued his postgraduate studies and postdoctoral research fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University’s School of Public Health and School of Medicine, respectively. His current scholarly interests focus on patient-centered outcome research, COPD, diagnostic errors, patients’ safety, and COVID-19. Since 1999, he has been working at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in different research projects that include prostate cancer, lupus, brain function, HIV, depression, anxiety and diabetes.

His passion includes health education in different media. He was elected by the viewers as the best television host in Bangladesh for his general knowledge/health education show, “Bolun Dekhi.” As an avid debater during his student years, he became the best debater of the country in National T.V. debate competition. He regularly participates in Voice of America services radio and television programs and in other social media platforms for international audiences.