Dr. Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan
Mr. Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan (Milad) received his bachelor degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and Maters of Philosophy (MPhil) in Biological Science from the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Thereafter, he received postgraduate course training (MSc) in Veterinary Epidemiology from the Belgium. He has received an overseas clinical training from Tamilnadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University as a part of his internship program. He also received Epidemiology training from Tufts Cumming School of Veterinary Medicine, USA. He completed doctoral degree (PhD) from Centre for Integrative Ecology (CIE) of Deakin University, Australia.
He joined in the Department of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology, Faculty of veterinary Medicine, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU) as a Lecturer in 2003 and promoted as Assistant Professor in 2007 and he holds a position as Associate Professor from 2012 to till date in the same Department and Faculty at CVASU. His research interests are in the areas of Drug residues, Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in wildlife and environment, Ecology and Epidemiology of wildlife diseases, avian influenza, Conservation biology, and One health.
Mr. Hassan has significant record of research that includes publications in a number of papers in the peer reviewed journals such as Preventive Veterinary Medicine, The Bangladesh Veterinarians, Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Veterinary World, International Journal of Livestock Production, Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Pakistan Veterinary Journal, Journal Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research, and International Journal of One Health. In addition, he has presented a significant number of oral and poster and published conference papers and abstracts in the proceedings of various conferences in home and abroad like USA, The Netherlands, Bhutan, Ethiopia, and Australia. Mr Hassan has had some professional achievements during his academic career. He has received several awards during his student life and academic career. He actively involved with conservation of bats and awareness campaign to combat the risk of nipah, vaccination and neutering of street dog to control rabies. He organized a young One Health group “One Health Young Voice” in Bangladesh. He supervised several undergraduate students in their undergraduate research and supervised and co-supervised a number of students in their Master’s research.
His research career started at Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Bangladesh in 2003. Initially he worked with herbal drugs and the efficacy of commercial drugs but now he is working with AMR, Drug residues, AIV in wildlife-human interface, viral diversity, Conservation and One Health. He is particularly interested in the following:
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in wildlife and environment
Drug residues in food animal and their product
AIV at wildlife-poultry-human interface
Viral diversity at wildlife-human interface
Ecology and Epidemiology of wildlife diseases
Conservation and molecular biology
General Pharmacology (GPH-202)
Pharmacology and Therapeutics (PHT-301)
Veterinary Epidemiology (VEP-401)
Systemic Physiology (102)
General Pharmacology (GPH-601)
General Toxicology (GTL-601)
Pharmacology of Autacoids and locally acting Drugs (PAL-601)
Systemic Pharmacology (SPM-602)
Toxicology of Pesticides (TOP-602)
Wildlife Physiology (WPH-601)