Dr Solomon Woldeyohannes

Honorary Fellow

School of Veterinary Science
Faculty of Science


Dr Woldeyohannes is graduated in 2019 with a PhD in Public Health Epidemiology from the University of Queensland. His PhD thesis was on the area of Q fever vaccination: "The epidemiology of Q fever in Queensland, Australia and effectiveness of vaccination for prevention." Following graduation, Dr Woldeyohannes has been approinted as Postdoctoral researcher at the School of Veterinary Science, The University of Queensland, which provided him with extensive experience in a wide range of statistical methods in the context of diverse applied problems in health.

As postdoctoral researcher Dr woldeyohannes provide biostatistical and epidemiological services to staff and RHD students. He services include in the area of research design, analysis and interpretation of findings. In addition, Dr Woldeyohannes teaches linear regression and measures of diseases frequency lectures for undergraduate veterinary students. He also serves as supervisor for masters and PhD students.

Research Interests

  • Assessment of diagnostic/screening test accuracy and methods for assessing agreement: both classical and Bayesian approaches
  • Survival/life time analysis
  • Hierarchical/multilevel analysis
  • Systematic reviews and meta-analysis


  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland
  • MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics, University of Gondar
  • Bachelor of Science in Statistics, Debub University


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