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Ms. Taslima Ahmed
Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition
Faculty of Food Science and Technology


About
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I am involving with research on: nutrition throughout life focused on scientific advances in promoting growth, resilience, and survival; the impact of diet on metabolic health; population-based epidemiologic studies and intervention trials; public health and nutrition. I am also very interested in how diet, nutrition, and diseases are linked by the use of objectively measured nutritional biomarkers and metabolomics approaches. 



Experience


Teaching
•  Assistant Professor in Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from Aug. 8, 2019 to Present
•  Lecturer in Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from Aug. 8, 2017 to Aug. 7, 2019


Teaching : Current Courses


Undergraduate
Course NameCourse CodeDepartment
Applied DieteticsAPD 302Faculty of Food Science and Technology
Applied NutritionAPN 201Faculty of Food Science and Technology
Elementary Food ScienceEFS 101Faculty of Food Science and Technology

Masters
Course NameCourse CodeDepartment
Advanced MacronutrientsADN-501Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition
Advanced MicronutrientsADN-502Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition
Community NutritionCMN-501Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition
Nutrition in EmergencyNUE-502Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition

Qualifications


Educational Qualifications

MS in Applied Human Nutrition and Dietetics

Department of Applied Food Science and Nutrition 

Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU)

Result: A (3.92 out of 4.00) 1st Position in Merit 

 

B.Sc. (Hon’s) in Food Science and Technology

Faculty of Food Science and technology

Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU)

Result: A (3.87 out of 4.00) 3rd Position in Merit


Honours


Publications


  1. Ahmed, T., Sarwar, N. Ahmad, M. and Sharmin, K. N. 2019. Evaluation of quality and vitamin A fortification level of soybean oil available in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (BJVAS), 7(2): 38-46.
  2. Sarwar, N., Ahmed, T., and Akther, S. 2019. Effect of Different Processing and Preservation Methods on the Quality of Tenualosa Ilisha (Hilsa Shad) Fish. Journal of Advances in Food Science & Technology, 6(2): 75-87. http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JAFSAT/article/view/4660
  3. Sarwar, N., Ahmed, T. and Ahmad, M. 2019. Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Activity of Common Vegetables and Spices Available in Bangladesh. Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 17 (3): 43-47. https://maxwellsci.com/msproof.php?doi=ajfst.17.6011
  4. Ahmed, T., Sarwar, N. 2018. Evaluation of quality and antioxidant activity of developed instant black tea and commercial tea (Сamellia sinensis) available in Bangladesh, Ukrainian Journal of Food Science, 6 (2): 184-197. http://ukrfoodscience.ho.ua/Archiv/Ukr%20Jour%20Food%20Sci%20V%206%20I%202.pdf 
  5. Ahmad M., Islam M.S., Sarwar N., Kobra K.T., Hoque M.M., Junayed M., Mamun A.A. Morshed S. and Ahmed T. 2018. Microbial safety of drinking jar water and antimicrobial resistant pattern against Escherichia Coli in jar water at Chittagong, Bangladesh. International Food Research Journal (IFRJ), 25(2): 597-601.  http://www.ifrj.upm.edu.my/25%20(02)%202018/(20).pdf
  6. Sarwar, N., Akther, S., Ahmed, T., Sharmin, K. N., Ahmad, M., Hossain, M. A., Akter, F. and Alam, M. K. 2016. Determination of major constituents in Commercial Brands of Carbonated soft drinks. European Academic Research Journal, 4(5): 5029-5043. http://euacademic.org/UploadArticle/2738.pdf
  7. Begum, A., Sharmin, K. N., Hossain M.A.,Yeasmin, N., and Ahmed, T. 2017. Nutritional status of adolescent girls in a rural area of Bangladesh: A cross sectional study. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 52(3): 221-228 https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/BJSIR/article/view/34158
  8. Alam, M.J., Akther, M.S., Begum, M.A., Matin, A., Ahmed, T. 2017. Physicochemiocal and microbiological properties of some portable water samples available in Chittagong area. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences,5(1):67-72

 

 

Funding


Current Funding

Effects of lockdown and social distancing on nutritional status and wellbeing of Bangladeshi during the Covid-19 pandemic, Funded by Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, 2020-2021


Project Completed

1. Evaluation of quality and antioxidant activity of developed instant black tea and commercial tea (Сamellia sinensis) available in Bangladesh, Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.

2.  Evaluation of quality and vitamin A fortification level of soybean oil available in Bangladesh, Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.



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