Tallat anwar Faridi is a researcher and teacher in University Institute of Public Health, University of Lahore.
She did M.Phil. in Medical Entomology, a very unique field of science in Pakistan from Health Services Academy, Quaid-i-Azam university Islamabad. Her M.Phil research title was “Community perception level of scabies in an urban slum area of Islamabad”. Her area of research interest is scabies contagious disease, mites, measuring burden of communicable diseases. She did M.Sc. Zoology from Punjab University specialization in Genetic Engineering / Molecular biology along with research title “Effect of steroids on the regeneration of liver after partial hepatectomy in male rabbits “Studies on blood”.
She has got training from "The Royal Victoria Hospital" Belfast N.Ireland United Kingdom (UNDP Scholarship). She is member of Zoological Society of Pakistan, Member of Entomological Society of Pakistan. She has seven publications on her credit.
She has 21+ years job experience out of which 8 years in teaching and 12 years in medical pathology diagnostics. She has supervised two MS/M.Phil. research thesis.
One research grant has been awarded as a Co-Principal Investigator. She has contributed in teaching various courses for PGD (post graduate diploma) and M.Phil like bionomics of different vectors, vector borne diseases, entomological investigations, vector identifications vector control methods control tool and techniques, multisector approach for sustainable integrated disease vector management , public health safety management, malaria diagnostic, parasitology communicable/non-communicable diseases. She has also been involved in vector control field training malaria and dengue surveillance data collection, support & supervision of MEDVC research projects.
She has an excellent communication skill in speaking and writing English.
Lots of national, international, symposia workshops, conferences training courses seminars & workshop attended.