March 5, 2017

Md. Emran Hossain

Md. Emran Hossain

Professor

Department of Animal Science and Nutrition,
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Cell: +88 01720693066
Fax: +88-031-659620
E-mail: emrancvasu@yahoo.com

 

Biography

Md. Emran Hossain is a Professor of Animal Nutrition of the Department of  Animal Science and Nutrition of Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Khulshi, Chattagogram-4225, Bangladesh. Mr. Hossain was born in a muslim family at the District of Bogra (Thana: Dhunot, Post office: Pechibari, Village: Shakdaha) on December 31, 1976. He is the son of Md. Ershad Ali Akanda and Mrs. Amina Khatun.

Education Qualification

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Field of Study: Animal Nutrition; Year of Award: 2019
Supervisors: Dr. Md. Ahasanul Haque, Dr. Goutam Buddha Das & Dr. Joerge Henning
Research Grants: LANSA, Illinois, USA
 

Master of Science (MS)
Field of Study: Animal Nutrition; Year: 2002; Division: First
University: Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh
 

Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry (BScAH)
Field of Study: Animal Husbandry; Year: 1998; Division: First
University: Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh

Teaching

Professor
Organization: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Tenure: January 4, 2018 to date

Associate Professor
Organization: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Tenure: December 31, 2012 to January 03, 2018

Assistant Professor
Organization: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Tenure: December 17, 2007 to 30 December 30, 2012

Lecturer
Organization: Chattogram Government Veterinary College
Tenure: July 03, 2003 to December 16, 2007

Training

Topic: Analytical Techniques in Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy and Spectrophotometer.
Laboratory: Central Laboratory, Tamilnadu University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.
Organized by: Commonwealth Veterinary Association, India.
Duration: June 1-30, 2007.

Topic: Near Infra Red Spectroscopy (NIRS), In vitro Hohenheim Gas Technique, In saco Nylon Bag Technique and Thin Layer Chromatography.
Laboratory: Referral Laboratory, Bangalore Veterinary College.
Organized by: Commonwealth Veterinary Association, India.
Duration: July 1-31, 2007.

Topic: Applied Biostatistics, Research Methodology and Project Cycle Management
Laboratory: Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium.
Organized by: DGDC, Belgium.
Duration: September 1, 2009 to July 2, 2011.

Topic: Advances in Poultry Nutrition and Feed Technology.
Laboratory: IVRI & CARI, Izzatnagar-243122, Bareilly, UP, India.
Organized by: SAARC.
Duration: April 6-16, 2014.

Research

Principal Investigator

Project title: Nutritional Benefits of Improved Small-Scale Duck Rearing Practices in Flood-Prone Areas - A One Health Clustered Randomised Controlled Trial in Bangladesh.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,00000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Development of Database for Feeding Systems in Dairy Farms at Peri-Urban and Urban Areas of Chattogram, Bangladesh.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,00000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Formulation of Low Cost Dairy Ration for the Crossbred Friesian Cows.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,00000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Effects of Supplementing Choline Chloride on Productive Performance, Deposition of Cardiac, Hepatic and Abdominal Fat in Broiler.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,00000).
Duration: One year.

Co-Investigator

Project title: Plant Based High Energy Diet: Its Association with Pulmonary Hypertension, Polycythemia and Tachycardia in Broiler Chicken.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,00000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Increasing Livestock Production in the Hills using Better Husbandry Practices, Health Services and Improving Market Access through Value Chain Management.
Funded by: Krishi Gobeshona Foundation, Bangladesh (BDT 600,00000).
Duration: Four years.

Project title: Development of Dog Biscuit in Bangladesh.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 3,00000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Duck Rearing as a Tool to Combat Malnutrition and Poverty among Rural Communities in Bangladesh.
Funded by: LANSA, Illinois, USA & DANIDA (£36,000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Feasibility of Low Cost Energy Supplements as Alternative to Soybean Oil.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,30000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Feasibility Study for Replacement of Vegetable Oil by Maize in Broiler Diet.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,00000).
Duration: One year.

Project title: Study on Existing Dairy Production Systems in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Funded by: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh (BDT 1,50000).
Duration: One year.

Supervision

MS Students

1) Moshfequa Rahman Khan-Thesis title: Determinants of Malnutrition of the Rohingya Refugee Children Living in Ukhia, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

2) Afroja Salehin Shiblee-Thesis title: Effects of Supplementing Different Levels of Meat and Bone Meal on Productive Performance, Carcass Characteristics and Hemato-biochemical Parameters in Broiler.

3) Saidur Rahman-Thesis title: Effects of Supplementing Lemon Juice and Molasses on Productive Performance, Carcass Characteristics and Hemato-biochemical Parameters of Commercial Broiler.

4) Muhammad Yasin-Thesis title: Effect of Supplementing Molasses on Productive Performance, Carcass Characteristics and Hemato-Biochemical Parameters in Broiler.

5) Ibrahim Khalil-Thesis title: Effects of Acidifier Supplementation on Performance Parameter, Serum lipoprotein and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler Chicken.

6) Hillol Sikder-Thesis title: Effects of Supplementing L-carnitine on Productive Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler.

7) Nahid Sultan-Thesis title: Performance of Dairy Cows Fed Diet Supplemented with Cattle Biscuit.

8) Khurshida Afrin-Thesis title: Effects of Betaine Supplementation on Productive Performance, Blood Parameters and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler.

PhD Students

1) Khurshid Alam-Thesis title: Increase Livelihoods of Hilly People through Innovation of Novel Practices for Sheep Production in the Hill Tract Districts of Bangladesh.

Administration

Head
Department of Animal Science and Nutrition
Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Duration: July 7, 2019 to Date

Head
Department of Animal Science and Nutrition
Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Duration: August 01, 2013 to August 01, 2015

Provost
Bangamata Sheikh Fojilatunnesa Hall
Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Duration: March 11, 2014 to August 1, 2015

Laboratory In-charge
Poultry Research and Training Centre (PRTC), CVASU
Duration: December 1, 2013 to June 6, 2018

Technical Expert of FAO
INFPD Website Design, Operation and Maintenance (Under FAO & PRTC)
Duration: November 29, 2011 to May 29, 2013

Innovation

1) Least cost feed formulation for high yielding dairy cows.

2) Cattle biscuit for dairy calves and milking cows.

3) Formulation of pet food for dog and cat in Bangladesh.

Public Service

1) Proximate analysis of livestock feeds, fodders and forages.

2) Computer based feed formulation for dairy, poultry and pet animals.

3) Preparation of UMS, UTS, UMMB, silage and hay by using local feed stuffs.

4) Dairy and poultry farm and feed mill planning, design, operation and management.

Membership

1) Indian Animal Nutrition Association, IVRI, Izatnagar-243 122, India.

2) Indian Poultry Science Association, CARI, Izatnagar-243 122, India.

3) Bangladesh Animal Nutrition Society, Bangladesh.

4) Bangladesh Animal Husbandry Association.

5) Agriculturist Association of Bangladesh.

Publications

1) Hossain ME, Hoque MA, Guillaume Fournie G, Das GB and Henning J. 2019. Management and Health of Stationary and Nomadic Ducks in the Coastal and the Haor Areas of Bangladesh. Proceed. Aust. Poult. Sci. Symp., Sheraton, Sydney. pp. 143-146.

2) Afrin K and Hossain ME. 2018. Effects of Betaine Supplementation on Productive Performance, Blood Parameters and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler. Ind. J. Poult. Sci. 53(1): 28-36.

3) Alam M, Hasanuzzaman M, Hassan MM, Rakib TM, Hossain ME, Rashid MH, Md Abu Sayeed MA, Philips LB, Md Ahasanul Hoque MA. 2018. Assessment of transport stress on cattle travelling a long distance (≈648 km), from Jessore (Indian border) to Chittagong, Bangladesh. Vet. Record Open. 5:e000248. doi:10.1136/ vetreco-2017-000248.

4) Hossain ME, Zoomy FI, Khatun MM and Islam S. 2018. Nutrient content of meat and bone meal available in the market of Chittagong district of Bangladesh. Bang. J. Anim. Sci. 47(1): 28-34.

5) Sikder H, Alam M, Barua M, Miazi OF and Hossain ME. 2018. Effects of Supplementing L-carnitine on Productive Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler. Ind. J. Poult. Sci. 53(2): 164-170.

6) Yasin M, Rahman S, Islam S, Khatun MM and Hossain ME. 2018. Effect of supplementing molasses on productive performance, carcass characteristics and hemato-biochemical parameters in broiler. Ind. J. Poult. Sci. 53(3): 305-311.

7) Barua M, Das GB, Islam K, Chowdhury S, Hossain ME, Nath BK and Islam MS. 2017. Effect of fish oil on performance, coccidiosis prevention and serum lipid profile in broiler. Asian J. Poult. Sci., 11: 20-30.

8) Shiblee AS, Hoque MA, Das GB and Hossain ME. 2017. Effects of supplementing different levels of meat and bone meal on productive performance, carcass characteristics and hematobiochemical parameters in broiler. Ind. J. Poult. Sci. 52(3): 269-276.

9) Khalil I and Hossain ME. 2017. Effects of acidifier supplementation on productive performance, serum lipoprotein level and carcass characteristics of broiler. Ind. J. Poult. Sci. 52(3): 249-254.

10) Hossain ME, Ahmed MI, Sultana SA and Karim MH. 2016. Kitchen waste: A promising feed resource for livestock. J. Anim. Feed Res., 6(2): 30-37.

11) Hossain ME, Akter K and Das GB. 2016. Nutritive value of fish meal. J. Anim. Feed Res., 6(1): 14-19.

12) Hossain ME, Karim MH, Ahmed MI and Sultana SA. 2016. Hilly grasses and leaves: a promising unconventional feed resource for livestock. J. Anim. Feed Res., 6(1): 01-07.

13) Hossain ME, Sarma SM, Sikder H and Kabir MH. 2016. Nutritive value of Helencha (Enhydra Fluctuans). J. Anim. Feed Res., 6(1): 20-23.

14) Miazi OF, Miah G, Momin MM, Hassan MM, Uddin MM, Hossain ME, Mahmud MS and Ahsan MF. 2016. Liveability of Fayoumi and Sonali Chicks in Scavenging Rearing System. Int. J. Recent Res. Life Sci., 3(12): 15-19.

15) Miazi OF, Miah G, Momin MM, Hassan MM, Uddin MM, Hossain ME, Mahmud MS and Ahsan MF. 2016. Mortality of Fayoumi and Sonali Chicks in Scavenging Rearing System. Int. J. Recent Res. Life Sci., 2(3):1-7.

16) Hossain ME, Chanda T, Debnath GK, Hasan MM, Shaikat AH and Hoque MA. 2015. Influence of Body Condition Score on Yield and Composition of Milk in Crossbred Dairy Cows. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 5(2): 309-315.

17) Hossain ME, Karim MH, Alam S and Hasan MM. 2015. Nutritive value of rubber seed (Hevea brasiliensis). J. Anim. Feed. Res., 5(1): 18-21.

18) Hossain ME, Sikder H, Kabir MH and Sarma SM. 2015. Nutritive Value of Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes). J. Anim. Feed. Res., 5(1): 40-44.

19) Hossain ME, Kabir MH, Sarma SM and Sikder H. 2015. Nutritive Value of Sal Seed (Shorea robusta). J. Anim. Feed. Res., 5(1): 28-32.

20) Hossain ME, Sultana SA, Karim MH and Ahmed MI. 2015. Vegetable Peels an Alternative to Conventional Feeds for Livestock. J. Anim. Feed. Res., 5(1): 33-39.

21) Das GB, Hossain ME and Akbar MA. 2015. Effects of different levels of fish oil supplementation on performance of broilers. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 5(2): 377-384.

22) Hossain ME, Das GB Hasan MM, Shaikat AH and Hoque MA. 2014. The Effect of Choline Chloride Supplementation on Performance Parameters and Carcass Characteristics of Broiler. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 4(2):373-378.

23) Hossain ME, Chanda T, Debnath GK, Hasan MM and Hoque MA. 2014. Influence of Dietary Energy and Protein Intake on Yield and Composition of Milk in Crossbred Dairy Cows. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 4(4): 687-692.

24) Hossain ME and Das GB, 2014. Effect of using crude soybean oil sediment as a substitute for refined soybean oil in broiler diet. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 4(3): 535-540.

25) Hossain ME and Das GB, 2014. Effects of Supplementing Choline Chloride on Deposition of Cardiac, Hepatic and Abdominal Fat in Broiler. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 43(2): 118-122.

26) Hossain ME and Das GB (2014). Formulation of Least-cost Dairy Ration for Small-scale Dairy Farms Using ‘SOLVER ADD INS’ in Microsoft Excel. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 5(3): 561-567.

27) Chanda T, Debnath GK, Hossain ME, Islam MA and MK Begum. 2013. Adulteration of raw milk in the rural areas of Barisal district of Bangladesh. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 41 (2): 112-115.

28) Das GB, Hossain ME and Akbar MA 2014. Effects of different oils on productive performance of broiler. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 4(1):111-116.

29) Das GB, Hossain ME, Akbar MA 2014. Performance of broiler feeding different levels of palm oil. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 43(1): 45-51.

30) Das GB, Hossain ME and Akbar MA 2014. Plasma lipid profile of mice fed diet supplemented with broiler fat. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 43(1):21-24.

31) Das GB, Hossain ME, Islam MM and Akbar MA. 2014. Study on meat yield characteristics of broilers feeding different levels of palm oil.  Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 43(2): 112-117.

32) Das GB, ME Hossain and MA Akbar 2014. Performance and Economic Feasibility of Using Soybean Oil, Palm Oil and Fish Oil in Broiler Diet. Irranian J. Appl. Anim. Sci., 4(4): 827-833.

33) Das GB, Ahad A, Hossain ME, Akbar MA, Akther S and Mahmood A. 2014. Effect of different oil supplements on humoral immune response and lipid profile in commercial broiler. Pak. Vet. J., 34(2): 229-233.

34) Hassan MM, Khan SA, Shaikat AH, Hossain ME, Hoque MA, Ullah MH and Islam S. 2013. Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of ethanol extracted leaves of selected medicinal plants in animal model. Vet. World., 6(2): 68-71.

35) Shaikat AH, Hassan MM, Khan SA, Islam MN, Hoque MA, Bari MS and Hossain ME. 2013. Haemato-biochemical profiles of indigenous goats (Capra hircus) at Chittagong, Bangladesh. Vet. World., 6(10): 789-793.

36) Hossain ME, Khatun MM, Chakma S, Biswas MAA and Hasanuzzaman M. 2012. Semen characteristics of breeding bulls at the central cattle breeding and dairy farm of Bangladesh. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 41(1): 1-5.

37) Hossain ME, Rahman MJ and Islam KMF. 2012. Nutritive value of sawdust. J. Anim. Feed. Res., 2(3): 288-291.

38) Hossain ME, Sultana S, Shahriar SMS and Khatun MM. 2012. Nutritive value of rice polish. J. Anim. Feed. Res., 2(3): 235-239.

39) Hasanuzzaman M, Hossain ME, Islam MM, Begum MM, Khatun, MM, Chowdhury S. and Hossain MZ. 2012. Performance of Red Chittagong Cattle in some selected areas of Chittagong district of Bangladesh. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 41(1): 29-34.

40) Hossain ME, Chakma S, Khatun M, Biswas MAA and Hasanuzzaman M. 2011. Production systems of swine in the rural areas of Rangamati and Khagrachari districts of Bangladesh. Bang. J. Anim. Sci., 40(1&2): 28-33.

41) Das GB, Hossain ME, Hossain MA and Hasanuzzaman M. 2007. Profitability of using oleic acid in broiler diet. J. Bang. Agril. Univ., 5 (2): 289-293.

42) Islam MM, Hossain ME. 2007. Effect of using polyethylene glycol on tannin content, organic matter digestibility and metabolizable energy content in freeze dried and shade dried Morus indica and Erythrina orientalis. J. Bang. Agril. Univ.,5 (2): 313-320.

43) Miazi OF and Hossain ME. 2007. Productive and reproductive performance of crossbred and indigenous Dairy cows under rural conditions in Comilla, Bangladesh. Univ. J. Zool. Rajshahi Uni. 26: 67-70. 

44) Miazi OF, Hossain ME and Hossain MA, Halim MA and Islam MM. 2007. Adaptation condition of rural farmers toward artificial insemination in Sirajganj district of Bangladesh. Int. J. Sustain. Agril. Tech., 3 (5): 107-112.

45) Hasanat MS, Hossain ME and Mostari MP and Hossain MA. 2006. Effect of concentrate supplementation on growth and reproductive performance of rabbit under rural condition. Bang. J. Vet. Med.,  4 (2): 129-132.

46) Hossain MM, Hossain MA, Hossain ME and Miah MY. 2006. A comparative study on physical and chemical   composition of swamp and water buffalo milk. J. Bang. Agril. Univ., 4 (2): 285-292.

47) Bhuiyan AA, Akbar MA and Hossain ME. 2003. Nutritive value of damp rice straw and its feeding effect on Aflatoxin transmission into cow’s milk. Pak. J. Nutr., 2 (3): 153-158.

48) Hossain ME, Shahjalal M, Khan MJ and Bhuiyan AA. 2003. Effect of dietary energy supplementation on growth and reproductive performance of sheep under grazing condition. Pak. J. Nutr., 2 (3): 148-152.

49) Hossain ME, Shahjalal M, Khan MJ and Hasanat MS. 2003. Effect of dietary energy supplementation on growth and reproductive performance of    goats under grazing condition. Pak. J. Nutr., 2 (3): 159-163.

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