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The Department of a Pathology and Parasitology has started its journey through the establishment of Chittagong Government Veterinary College (CGVC) in 1996. After the conversion of CGVC into Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU) in 2006, it has become an important department under the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.  The Department offers different courses at undergraduate (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) and Postgraduate level (MSc and PhD).  Along with teaching activities, faculties of this department also engaged with research, consultancy and disease diagnosis and other extracurricular activities. At present, there are 11 projects running in this department where 7 MSc and 1 PhD students are working. In 2017-2020, faculties of this department published 53 peer-reviewed publication in different illustrious journals of the world.  

Vision and Mission:

  • To promote an understanding of disease processes in animals and birds, their causes, pathogenesis, diagnosis and control through education, research, training and innovation.
  • To develop a center of excellence for diagnosis, education, training and research in the field of Veterinary Pathology and Parasitology.

 Departmental Teaching

This department offers 6 courses in Pathology (13 credits, General Pathology-I, General Pathology-II & Nutritional Pathology, Systemic Pathology, Pathology of Infectious Diseases, Avian Pathology and Clinical Pathology and Necropsy) and 4 courses in Parasitology (10 credits, Platyhelminthes & Malacology, Veterinary Nematology, Veterinary Entomology, Protozoology) for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student of 2nd, 3rd and 4th at undergraduate level. It also provides MSc (1.5 years, thesis based) degree in both Pathology and Parasitology. 

Major laboratories:

There are five laboratories in this department which are as follows:  

  • Pathology Laboratory
  • Histopathology Laboratory
  • Parasitology Laboratory
  • Molecular Biology Laboratory
  • Clinical Pathology Laboratory

Pathology Laboratory:

This laboratory is located at the ground floor of academic building-1(Room no.: X) of CVASU where practical classes of undergraduate and postgraduate are taken place. This laboratory provides   postmortem services as well as it also preserved around 100 specimens in the Pathology Museum. This laboratory possesses different equipment and devices including -20 degree freezer, Multimedia Projector, Overhead Projector, Slide Projector, CCTV camera fitted with microscope, Binoculor and Trinocular microscope etc. 

Histopathology Laboratory:

This laboratory is well equipped and postgraduate students usually work there. It possesses a specialized Digital Automatic Tissue Processor and Microtome machine for histopathological diagnosis of different diseases. It is located at the ground floor of Academic building (Room no.: X).

 Parasitology Laboratory:

This laboratory is located at 1st floor of academic building-1 (Room no.: X) of CVASU where undergraduate and postgraduate practical classes are taken place. This laboratory preserves around 100 parasite specimens for teaching and research purposes. It possesses different equipment and devices including Ultracentrifuge, Refrigerator, Incubator, Overhead Projector, Slide Projector Electronic Balance, Ceiling Mounted Multimedia Projector, Remote controlled Projector screen, Binulnlar & Trinocular microscope and Digital Photography/Videography unit with microscope (Carl zeiss) etc. Besides this, internet facility and arrangement of IPS is also available in this laboratory. 

 Molecular Biology Laboratory: 

This is our newly established and sophisticated laboratory for the accomplishment of research activities. Various equipment and devices like PCR Thermocycler, Clean bench UV transilluminator with camera, Gel electrophoresis unit and consumables, Online UPS available here. It is located at the ground floor of Academic building (Room no.: X).

 Clinical Pathology Laboratory:

This laboratory is located at the ground floor of academic building-1(Room no.: X) of CVASU where practical classes of undergraduate and postgraduate are taken place. This lab is equipped with various equipment and devices such as BSL-2 hood, Automatic blood hematology analyses, Urine Analyzer, Refrigerated centrifuge, Water bath, Distillation plants, portable Autoclave,  .

 Important activities/services: 

Other than teaching and research activities, this department also involved with diversified activities which are listed below:

  • Prescription and postmortem service
  • Examination of specimen (Blood, faces,urine, tissue) for providing diagnostic services
  • Publication of regular Pathobiology eNewsletter
  • Regular celebration of ‘Annual Departmental Day’
  • Collaborative activities with national and international institutes
  • Fund collection from national and international organizations
  • Arrange of regular meeting, seminar, workshop, training etc.

 



Sharmin Chowdhury
Professor and Head
Department of Pathology and Parasitology



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Course offered at Undergraduate level: Pathology

Course title

Course Code

Credit (T+P)

General Pathology I 

GPT-201

2+1

General Pathology II & Nutritional Pathology 

GNP-202

2+1

Systemic Pathology 

SPT-301

2+1

Pathology of Infectious Diseases 

PTD-302

2+0

Avian Pathology

APT-401

1+1

Clinical Pathology and Necropsy

CPN-401

0+1

 

6 subjects

13




Course offered at Undergraduate level: Parasitology

Course title 

Course Code

Credit (T+P)

Platyhelminthes and Malacology 

PLM-201

2+1

Veterinary Nematology

VNM-202

2+1

Veterinary Entomology 

VEN-301

1+1

Protozoology

PRT-302

1+1

 

4 subjects

10




Course offered at MS in Pathology

July-December Semester

Course title

Course Code

Credit (T+P)

Compulsory course (8 credits)

General Pathology

GPT-602

2 + 0

Immunopathology

IPT- 602

2 + 0

Clinical Pathology

CPT-602

0 + 2

Avian pathology

APT-602

2 + 0

Elective Courses (4 credits)

Oncology

OPT- 602

0 + 2

Molecular Pathology and Biotechnology

MPB- 602

0 + 2

Pathology of Zoonotic Diseases

ZPT- 602

2 +0

Pathology of Extraneous Poisonings

PPT- 602

2 +0

January-June Semester

Course title

Course Code

Credit (T+P)

Compulsory course (8 credits)

Pathology of Metabolic Diseases

MPT-601

2 + 0

Histopathology

HPT-601

0 + 2

Necropsy

NPT-601

0 + 2

Pathology of Bacterial and ViralDiseases

BVD-601

2 + 0

Pathology of Fungal Rickettsial and Chlamydial diseases

FRC -601

2 + 0

Compulsory course (8 credits)

Pathology of Parasitic Diseases

PPT-601

2 + 0

Reproductive Pathology

RPT-601

2 + 0

Laboratory Animal Pathology

LPT-601

2 + 0

Experimental Pathology

EPT-601

0 + 2

Comparative Pathology

CPT-601

2 + 0

Research Semester

Course Title

Credit hour

 

Research work (total)

8 (satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)

 

Quality of Thesis

5

 

Thesis Defense

3

 

N.B: For both semester elective courses, courses from other related departments (if required) and research credit hours will be decided by the supervisor/Planning Committee.




Course offered at MS in Parasitology

July-December Semester

Course title

Course Code

Credit (T+P)

Compulsory course (8 credits)

Protozoology

PPR-602

2+0

Entomology

EPR-602

2+0

Parasitic Ecology and Epidemiology

PEE-602

2+0

Clinical Parasitology

CPR-602

 

Elective Courses (4 credits)

 

 

Molecular Parasitology

MPR-602

2+0

Zoonotic Parasites

ZPR-602

2+0

Parasites of Pet and Laboratory Animals

PLA-602

2+0

January-June Semester

Course title

Course Code

Credit (T+P)

Compulsory course (8 credits)

General Parasitology

GPR-601

2+0

Helminthology

HPR-601

2+0

Immuno-Parasitology

IPR-601

2+0

Malacology

MPR-601

2+0

Elective Courses (4 credits)

 

 

Avian Parasitology

APR-601

2+0

Parasites of Zoo and Wild Animals

ZWA-601

2+0

Parasites of Large Animals

LPR-601

2+0

Research Semester

Course Title

Credit hours

 

Research work (total)

8 (satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)

 

Quality of Thesis

5

 

Thesis Defense

3

 

N.B: For both semesters elective courses, courses from other related departments (if required) and research credit hours will be decided by the supervisor/Planning Committee.

 


 Current Research Project:

Research Project

Investigator

Funding

Engaging communities to address antimicrobial resistance: Identifying contextualised and sustainable community-led solutions in low resource settings


Professor Dr. AMAM Zonaed Siddiqi and Associate Professor Dr Md Abdul Alim (co-investigator)


Medical Research Council (MRC), UK (Global Challenge Research Fund Health and Context Call)

Comparative genomics and Genome-wide association studies of Black Bengal goats


Professor Dr. AMAM Zonaed Siddiqi


UGC

Whole genome re-sequencing of Gayal (Bos frontalis) and genome annotation to unveil genetic variations to explore the evolution and adaptation at genome level


Professor Dr. AMAM Zonaed Siddiqi (co-investigator)


Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute (BLRI)

Assessing antibacterial and antiviral properties of selected fabrics through conventional culture & quantitative RT-PCR assay


Professor Dr. AMAM Zonaed Siddiqi


Roots Group (BD) Ltd.

Exploring duck diseases in Hakaluki and Tanguar haor areas and developing suitable vaccination strategies


Professor Dr. MA Hossain


NST

Establishment of non-invasive DNA sexing facility for exotic and pet bird species.


Professor Dr Md Masuduzzaman and Associate Professor Dr Md Abdul Alim (co-investigator)


UGC

Epidemiological investigation of Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) outbreak in commercial dairy cattle of Chattogram, with special emphasis on identification and molecular confirmation of the available vectors carrying the LSD virus


Associate Professor Dr Md Abdul Alim and Professor Dr Mohammad Alamgir Hossain (co-investigator)


UGC

Increasing livestock production in the hills through better husbandry, health service and improving market access through value and supply chain management


Associate Professor Dr Md Abdul Alim (co-investigator)


Krishi Gobeshona Foundation

Establishment of standard cytological protocol including fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) at clinical pathology laboratory for the differentiation of cancers from other space occupying lesions


Professor Dr. Sharmin Chowdhury


NST

Determination of Antimicrobial Resistance and Residues in Livestock and Poultry Food Products and Feed in Bangladesh


Professor Dr. Sharmin Chowdhury


Program Based Research Grants (PBRG) of PIU-BARC, NATP-2, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC)

Screening of Brucellosis in dairy cows through Milk Ring test, Rose Bengal Dye test, Indirect ELISA and PCR in Chittagong metropolitan area


Professor Dr. Sharmin Chowdhury



UGC

 

Recent Publications:

Year-2020 

Sathkumara, H. D., Muruganandah, V., Cooper, M. M., Field, M. A., Alim, M. A., Brosch, R., . . . Kupz, A. (2020). Mucosal delivery of ESX-1-expressing BCG strains provides superior immunity against tuberculosis in murine type 2 diabetes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.  DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2003235117. [impact factor: 10.62]

 Alim, M. A., Kupz, A., Sikder, S., Rush, C., Govan, B. & Ketheesan, N. (2020). Increased susceptibility to Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in a diet-induced murine model of type 2 diabetes. Microbes Infect. 2020 Mar 29. pii: S1286-4579(20)30050-2  DOI: 10.1016/j.micinf.2020.03.004 [Epub ahead of print]. [impact factor: 2.37]

 Sikder, S., Rush, C. M., Govan, B. L., Alim, M. A. & Ketheesan, N. (2020). Anti-streptococcal antibody and T-cell interactions with vascular endothelial cells initiate the development of rheumatic carditis. J Leukoc Biol, 107, 263-271. DOI: 10.1002/JLB.4MA0919-096RR. [impact factor: 4.29]

 Abul Bashar Mir Md. Khademul Islam, Md. Abdullah-Al-Kamran Khan, Rasel Ahmed, Md. Sabbir Hossain, Shah Md. Tamim Kabir, Md. Shahidul Islam and AMAM Zonaed Siddiki, (2020) Host transcriptional responses and SARS-CoV-2 isolates from the nasopharyngeal samples of Bangladeshi COVID-19 patients. (Under review) Cell host and microbes.  bioRxiv 2020.07.23.218198; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.07.23.218198

 MN Hoque, Arif Istiaq, Rebecca A. Clement, Keylie M. Gibson, Otun Saha, Ovinu Kibria Islam, Ruhshan Ahmed Abir, Munawar Sultana, AMAM Zonaed Siddiki, Keith A. Crandall, M. Anwar Hossain (2020) Insights into the resistome of bovine clinical mastitis microbiome, a key factor in disease complication. Frontiers in Microbiology 11:860 https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2020.00860

 SM Lokman, MM Hasan, M Rasheduzzaman, A Salauddin, AMAM Zonaed Siddiki, A. Mannan (2020) “Exploring the genomic and proteomic variations of SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein: a computational biology approach”. MEEGID Infection, Genetics and Evolution (In press) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.meegid.2020.104389

 MA. Halim, MO Faruk, M. Akter and AMAM.Z Siddiki (2020) “Protoscolicidal effects of Zingiber officinale and Allium cepa ethanolic extracts using hydatid cysts protoscolices and comparison of their activities with conventional anthelmintic”. Bangladesh Veterinary Journal. Accepted (In Press)

 S. Kundu, MM Rahman, MF Ahsan, V Kumar, AMAMZ Siddiki (2020) DNA barcoding elucidates the population genetic diversity of venomous Cobra species (Reptilia: Elapidae) in Indo-Bangladesh region. Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources (In press) https://doi.org/10.1080/23802359.2020.1778552

 AMAMZ Siddiki, G Miah, Md. Sirazul Islam, Mahadia Kumkum, Meheadi Hasan Rumi and Abdul Baten (2020) "Goat genomic resources: The search for genes associated with its economic traits" International Journal of Genomics (In press)

 MM Kibria, N. Islam, KSM Shawrob, M billah, MH Rumi, AMAMZ Siddiki (2020) “Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822) from the Halda river of Bangladesh”. Asian Fisheries Science (Under review)

 MM Kibria, N. Islam, KSM Shawrob, M billah, MH Rumi, AMAMZ Siddiki (2020) “The genome of Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822) from the Halda river of Bangladesh”. Asian Fisheries Science (Under review)

 S. Sikdar, M. Zaman, TA Enan, J. Alam, AMAMZ Siddiki (2020) Comparative genome analysis of Lumpy Skin disease virus with Goat and sheep pox virus indicates similar vaccine efficiency. Bioinformation (Under review).


Year 2019

S Das, TM. Rakib, MS Islam, MM Rahaman, T Das, MA Hossain, S Sarker, S Raidal. 2019. The first complete mitogenome of Indian star tortoise (Geochelone elegan). Mitochondrial DNA Part B 3 (2), 1112-1113

 Mannan, M. A, Siddiki, AMAMZ ., Miya, M. S., Chowdhury, S., Kamal, T. and Hossain, M. A (2019) Factors associated with the hatchability of Haemonchus species eggs and molecular identification of Haemonchus contortus.  Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 7(2):1-09.

 Hossain, M. M., Hasib, F. M.Y., Bayzid, M.,Hassan, M.M., Hossain, M. A.,and Alim, M. A (2019) Prevalence of gastro-intestinal parasitic infections in sheep of a coastal belt under Noakhali district, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 7(2):32-37.

 Siddiki, AMAMZ., Sarker, M.S., Mazumder, S., Bhuiya, B.A., Basher, K., Kamal, T. and Hossain, M.A.(2019) Morphotaxonomic and DNA barcoding analyses of mosquitoes collected from Chattogram Metropolitan area. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 7(1):1-08.

 Rahman MK, Islam S, Rahman M, Ferdous J, Akter S, Rahaman MM, Hossain MA, Hassan MM, Islam A (2019) Hematological and biochemical reference values of Asian house shrews (Suncus murinus) in Bangladesh, Veterinary World, 12(9): 1514-1518

 Siddiki AZ, Baten A, Billah M, Alam MAU, Shawrob KSM, Saha S, Chowdhury M, Rahman AH, Stear M, Miah G, Kumkum M, Islam MS, Hossain MA, Mollah AKMM, Khan MKI (2019) The genome of the Black Bengal goat (Capra hircus). BMC Res Notes. Jun 27;12(1):362. doi: 10.1186/s13104-019-4400-3.

 Kayesh MEH, Yamato O, Rahman MM, Hashem MA, Maetani F, Eiei T, Mochizuki K, Sakurai H, Tsukiyama-Kohara K. Molecular dynamics of koala retrovirus infection in captive koalas in Japan. Archives of Virology 164: 757-765, 2019.

 Sikder, S., Price, G., Alim, M. A., Gautam, A., Scott Simpson, R., Margaret Rush, C., . . . Ketheesan, N. (2019). Group A streptococcal M-protein specific antibodies and T-cells drive the pathology observed in the rat autoimmune valvulitis model. Autoimmunity, 52(2), 78-87.  DOI: 10.1080/08916934.2019.1605356. [impact factor: 7.64]

 Alim, M. A., Sikder, S., Sathkumara, H., Kupz, A., Rush, C. M., Govan, B. L., & Ketheesan, N. (2019). Dysregulation of key cytokines may contribute to increased susceptibility of diabetic mice to Mycobacterium bovis BCG infection. Tuberculosis. DOI: 10.1016/j.tube.2019.02.005  [impact factor: 2.58]

 A.M.A.M.Z. Siddiki, AH Rahman, Michael Stear, MKI Khan, Gous Miah, Masum Billah, MAU Alam, KSM Shawrob, M Kumkum, S Saha, M Chowdhury, AKMM Mollah and A Baten (2019). “Complete Mitochondrial Genome Sequence of Black Bengal Goat (Capra hircus)”. Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources .4(2): 2121-2122 https://doi.org/10.1080/23802359.2019.1623098

 Nazmul Hoque, AMAM Z. Siddiki et al, (2019) "Metagenomic deep sequencing reveals association of microbiome signature with functional biases in bovine mastitis" Scientific Reports. 9: 13536 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-49468-4   

 Saida Zinnuraine, T. Kamal and AMAMZ Siddiki (2019) Histopathological investigation of a unilateral spermatocytic seminoma in a dog. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 7(1)

 T. Sultana, S. K. Ghosh, S. Akter, MA Mithu, NN Tamzi, and AMAMZ Siddiki (2019) Nutritional and microbiological assessment of shidhal, a semi-fermented fish product of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 8(1) 56-64

 AMAMZ Siddiki, MS Sarker, S. Mazumder, B.A. Bhuiya, B.A., K. Basher, T. Kamal and M.A. Hossain, (2019) DNA barcoding and morphotaxonomic analyses of mosquitoes collected from Chattogram Metropolitan area. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 8(1) 1-9


 Year 2018:

Rakib, T. M., Barua, S. R., Siddiki, A. M. A. M. Z., Masuduzzaman,     M., Hossain, M. A., & Chowdhury, S. 2018. Histopathology in Bovine Rotavirus (Type A) Infected Calves and Its Confirmation by ELISA and RT-PCR. Journal of Dairy and Veterinary Science, 6(4): JDVS.MS.ID.555693 (2018). 

 Barua, S. R., Rakib, T. M., Das, S., Masuduzzaman, M., Hossain, M. A., Chowdhury, S. 2018. Hematological and Serological Changes in Neonatal Diarrheic Calves Infected with Bovine Rotavirus. Multidisciplinary Advances in Veterinary Science, 2(3), 356-366.

 Rakib, T., Islam, M. S., Nur-E-Azam, M., Islam, S., Faruq, A., Das, T., Akter, L., Hassan, M., & Hossain, M. (2018). Multidrug Resistance Pattern of Salmonella Typhimurium Isolated from Rectal Swabs of Stray Dogs at Chittagong Metropolitan Area (CMA), Bangladesh. Microbiology Research Journal International, 25(4), 1-11.

 Shubhagata Das, Tofazzal Md. Rakib, Md. Shafiqul Islam, Md. Mustafizur Rahaman, Tridip Das, Mohammad Alamgir Hossain, Subir Sarker & Shane R. Raidal (2018) The complete mitogenome of indian star tortoise (Geochelone elegans). Mitochondrial DNA part B. ISSN: (Print) 2380-2359 (Online) Journal homepage: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tmdn20

 Rakib, TM, Islam, SM. Azam, MN and Hossain MA (2018) Multidrug Resistance Pattern of Salmonella Typhimurium Isolated from Rectal Swabs of Stray Dogs at Chittagong Metropolitan Area (CMA), Bangladesh. Microbiology research 25(4):1-11

 Siddiki, Z. AMAM, Sultana, A., Saida Z., Nath, B. R., Kamal, T and Hossain, M. A. (2018) Morphological identification of Calicophoron sp (Digenea Paramphistomidae) in the rumen of infected goat. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 6(1 &2):65-69.

 Md. Akramul Bari, Md Zulfekar Ali, Sharmin Chowdhury, Abdul Mannan, Md. Nur-e-Azam, Mohammad Moktader Moula, Zafar Ahmed Bhuiyan, Md. Taohid wasim Shaon, Mohammad Alamgir Hossain (2018) Prevalence and Molecular Identification of Haemoprotozoan Diseases of Cattle in Bangladesh. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. 6(4):176-182.

 Mizanur Rahman, Shariful Islam, Md. Masuduzzaman1, Mahabub Alam, Mohammad Nizam Uddin Chawdhury, Jinnat Ferdous, Md. Nurul Islam, Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan, Mohammad Alamgir Hossain and Ariful Islam (2018) Prevalence and diversity of gastrointestinal helminths in free-ranging Asian house shrew (Suncus murinus) in Bangladesh. Veterinary World, 11(4): 549-556.

 Barua SR, Rakib TM, Das S, Masuduzzaman M, Hossain MA, Chowdhury S. (2018). Hematological and Serological Changes in Neonatal Diarrheic Calves Infected with Bovine Rotavirus. Multidisciplinary Advances in Veterinary Science. 2(3):356-366.

Yabuki A, Hamamoto T, Rahman MM, Yamato O. Changes in lectin-binding patterns in the kidneys of canines with immune-complex mediated glomerulonephritis. The Journal of Veterinary Medical Sciences 80: 1562-1566, 2018

 S Sikder, NL Williams, AE Sorenson, MA Alim, ME Vidgen, NJ Moreland, CM Rush, R S Simpson, B L Govan, R E Norton, M W Cunningham, D J McMillan, K S Sriprakash, N Ketheesan. 2018. Group G streptococcus induces an autoimmune carditis mediated by interleukin 17A and interferon γ in the Lewis rat model of rheumatic heart disease. The Journal of infectious diseases 218 (2), 324-335  12        

M Alam, M Hasanuzzaman, MM Hassan, TM Rakib, ME Hossain, M H Rashid, M A Sayeed, L B Philips, M A Hoque. 2018. Assessment of transport stress on cattle travelling a long distance (≈ 648 km), from Jessore (Indian border) to Chittagong, Bangladesh. Veterinary record open 5 (1).


Year 2017:

Mannan, M. A., Masuduzzaman, M., Rakib, T. M., Chowdhury, S., & Hossain, M. A. 2017. “Histopathological and haematological changes in haemonchosis in small ruminants of Bangladesh.” Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 5(2), 17-23.

 Chowdhury, S., Barua, S. R., Rakib, T. M., Rahman, M. M., Ferdushy, T., Hossain, M. A., Islam, M. S., Masuduzzaman, M. 2017. Survey of Calf Management and Hygiene Practices Adopted in Commercial Dairy Farms in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, 5: 14-22.

O. Faruk, A.M.A.M. Zonaed Siddiki, M.F. Karim, M. Masuduzzaman, S. Chowdhury, M.S. Islam and M.A. Hossain., 2017. Molecular characterization of Echinococcus granulosus through amplification of 12S rRNA gene and cox1 gene fragments from cattle in Chittagong, Bangladesh. International Journal of Biological, Biomolecular, Agricultural, Food and Biotechnological Engineering. 11 (4), 301-305.

O. Faruk, A.M.A.M. Zonaed Siddiki, M.S. Islam, A. Rekha, S. Chowdhury, M. Masuduzzaman, M.A. Hossain, 2017. Identification of Non Cerebral Cyst: zoonotic Taenia multiceps in domestic goat in Bangladesh. Veterinary World. 10(10), 1156-1160.

 Chowdhury S, Barua SR, Rakib TM, Rahman MM, Ferdushy T, Hossain MA, Islam MS, Masuduzzaman M (2017). Survey of calf management and hygiene practices adopted in commercial dairy farms in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci. 5(1): 14-22.

Mukti Barua, Goutam Buddha Das, Kamrul Islam, Sharmin Chowdhury, Md. Emran Hossain, Babu Kanti Nath and Md. Shafiqul Islam, 2017. Effect of Fish Oil on Performance, Coccidiosis Prevention and Serum Lipid Profile in Broiler. Asian Journal of Poultry Science, 11: 20-30.

 Mannan MA, Masuduzzaman M, Rakib TM, Chowdhury S, Hossain MA. (2017). Histopathological and haematological changes in haemonchosis caused by Haemonchus contortus in small ruminants of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 5(2):17-23.

 Sharmin Chowdhury, Shama Ranjan Barua, Tofazzal Md. Rakib, Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman, Tania Ferdusy, Mohammad Alamgir Hossain, Md. Shafiqul Islam and Md. Massuduzzaman (2017) Survey of calf management and hygiene practices adopted in commercial dairy farms in Chittagong. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences.  5(1): 14-22.

 Faruk, M.O, Siddiki, A.M.A.M.Z, Masuduzzaman, M, Chowdhury, S. and Hossain, M. A (2017) Identification and molecular characterization of Echinococcus granulosus from domestic goat in Chittagong, Bangladesh Tropical Biomedicine 34(4): 1–10.

Mannan, M., Siddiki, A. Das, S., Alim, M.A., & Hossain, M. A. (2017). Molecular identification and characterization of Trypanosoma infection in cattle in Chittagong Metropolitan area, Bangladesh. Bangl J Vet & Anim Sci, 5(2):52-60.

Alim, M. A., Sikder, S., Bridson, T. L., Rush, C. M., Govan, B. L., & Ketheesan, N. (2017). Anti-mycobacterial function of macrophages is impaired in a diet induced model of type 2 diabetes. Tuberculosis (Edinb), 102, 47-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.tube.2016.12.002.  [impact factor: 2.62]

Haleagrahara, N., Miranda-Hernandez, S., Alim, M. A., Hayes, L., Bird, G., & Ketheesan, N. (2017). Therapeutic effect of quercetin in collagen-induced arthritis. Biomed Pharmacother, 90, 38-46. DOI: 10.1016/j.biopha.2017.03.026. [impact factor: 4.54].

MKI Khan, AZ Siddiki, MR Ali, MA Akter. 2017. Identification of best performer hilly chickens of Bangladesh in consideration of climate change factors: light and heatIndian Journal of Animal Sciences 87 (8), 991-995  .

 Rahman, MS, Rahman, MM, Moghal, MMR, Rakib, TM and A.M.A.M.Z. Siddiki, (2017). “Characterization of bacteria causing bovine mastitis by Amplified Ribosomal DNA Restriction Analysis (ARDRA) method”. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 5(2) 44-51.

For total list of publication click here 

 

   


Sharmin Chowdhury
Professor and Head

Dr Md Abdul Alim
Associate Professor

Md Shafiqul Islam
Assistant Professor

Tofazzal Md. Rakib
Assistant Professor

Tania Ferdushy
Professor

Krisna Roy
Professor

Shubhagata Das
Associate Professor

 



Mohammad Salah Uddin
Senior Technical Officer

 



Paritous Chandra Das
Senior Office Asst. Cum-Computer Typist

Md. Abul Kalam
Laboratory Attendant

Jasim Uddin
Laboratory Attendant

 

Address : Department of Pathology and Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Khulshi, Chattogram 4225