Razin Iqbal Kabir is a Research Analyst in the Development Strategy and Governance Division. He joined IFPRI in December 2016 as part of the Integrated Food Policy Research Program (IFPRP). He is a quantitative researcher interested in food security, nutrition and agriculture policy. Currently he is working on establishing loss estimates for public food-grain storage, and modelling the impact of rice import tariffs on household poverty. Prior to joining IFPRI, Razin was a public health researcher for the James P. Grant School of Public Health at BRAC University. He received both his Masters in International Public Health and Bachelors in Medical Science (Immunobiology) from The University of Sydney, Australia.