Researcher profile

Dr Salima Sultana Daisy

Freelance Consultant
Salima Sultana Daisy completed her Doctor of Philosophy in 2019 titled “Hydro-climatic impact on cholera incidence in Dhaka under global warming” from Institute of Water and Flood Management of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology with a fellowship of DANIDA funded project. She has an MSc (2014) in Applied and Environmental Geoscience from the University of Tübingen, Germany; another MSc (2007) and BSc (2004) in Geological Sciences from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. She has ten years experience in climate change impact assessment; hydrological modelling; public health; statistical modelling; statistical and dynamic downscaling of climate models; GIS and remote sensing; qualitative and quantitative surveying and analyses; and supervised 2 MSc students. She also has worked recently as a team leader for a WHO funded project. She has keen interests working in climate change, hydrology, geology and environment.

Associated DMF projects

DMF team 1
Bangladesh 2021 (Syed)
Team member