August 17, 2016

Mr. Md. Altaf Hossain

Mr. Md. Altaf Hossain

Assistant Professor

Department of Applied food science & nutrition,
Faculty of Food Science and Technology,
Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Chittagong-4225, Bangladesh
Telephone : +88-031-659093 Ext.-207
Fax : +880-031-2566349
Mobile: +88-01824433439
Email: altaf0810@gmail.com

 

Biography

Md. Altaf Hossain received the B.Sc.(Hon’s) in Food Science and Technology and M.Sc. in Applied Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chittagong , Bangladesh.

 He joined as a Lecturer in the Dept. of Applied Food Science and Nutrition under the Faculty of Food Science and Technology, CVASU in 2015 and still now holds the same post. His research interests are in Food safety, Malnutrition, Dietetics, Reduction of nutritional changes in food processing, Nutraceuticals products development and improve the food pattern in human being by awareness building.

 Md. Altaf Hossain has great eagerness of research in his area to improve the nutritional status of malnourished people in undeveloped and developing countries.

Journal Publications

1) Md. Altaf Hossain, Kazi Nazira Sharmin, Ayesha Begum, Nazmul Sarwar, Nilufa Yesmin, Dilshad Islam, “Haemoglobin status of pregnant women in island rural area of Bangladesh,” Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (BJVAS),accepted, July,2016.

Research Interest

My research interests cover the challenges issues of the world such as in Food safety, Malnutrition, Dietetics, Reduction of nutritional changes in food processing, Nutraceuticals products development and improve the food pattern in human being by awareness building. I have keen interest in the following –

Removal of Severe Acute Malnutrition(SAM) from undeveloped and developing countries

Improvement of nutritional status of Adolescent, pregnant women, lactating mother and rootless people

Removal of superstition about foods among rural dwellers

Dietary modification for different disease condition

Nutraceuticals products development

Teaching 

Undergraduates

HBL-101: Human Biology

NFP-202: Nutritional Evaluation of Processed Food

APD-302: Applied Dietetics

EPH-401: Epidemiology and Public Health

Postgraduates

N/A

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