Research works:

 

Since the availability of the relevant resources and priorities of collaboration varies from time to time, our fields of activities flourished multidimensionally. Many institutes of home & abroad, Sapporo Medical University & University of Tokyo of Japan, Ghent University of Belgium, BAU, BIRDEM, IEDCR & BSMMU- for instance, have patronized our research through magnanimous collaboration &/or technology transfer. 

 

Grants from BMRC have also aided our scientific activities. The following works have been accomplished in the department as of today:

 

PhD Level

01. Molecular characterization and genomic relatedness of group A rotavirus strains from diarrheic children and adults in Bangladesh, Dr. Shyamal Kumar Paul, 2009.
02. Drug resistance and Molecular epidemiology of Aerobic Bacteria Isolated from Puerperal Infections in Bangladesh, Dr. Salma Ahmed, 2015.

 

MPhil Level:

01. Screening of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) by Latex agglutination with coagulase typing, antibiotic and antiseptic resistance, Dr. Md. Abul Hossain Khan, 2005.
02.

Comparison among different diagnostic procedures for malaria, Dr. Mezbah Uddin Ahmed, 2006.

03.

Aerobic and Anaerobic Bacterial Causes Of Puerperal Sepsis At Mymensingh Medical College Hospital, Dr. Salma Ahmed, 2007.

04.

Comparison among the Different Diagnostic Procedures For Early And Rapid Diagnosis Of Typhoid Fever, Dr. Zohra Begum, 2007.

05.

Genotypic detection of mecA gene by PCR and Phenotypic detection of enterotoxin, toxic shock syndrome toxin-1 by reverse passive Latex agglutination of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Dr. Nahida Akhter Zahan, 2007.

06.

Comparison among different diagnostic procedures for Helicobacter pylori infection, Dr. Asma Azad Sumona, 2007.

07.

Study of resistance pattern and some pathogenic factors of Staph. epidermidis isolated from different clinical specimens and healthy controls,  Dr. Nazia Haque, 2008.

08.

Rapid and easier approach for the diagnosis of Tuberculosis in a hyperendemic area of a developing country, Dr. Mohammad Tariqul Islam, 2008.

09.

Comparative study among the bacterial causes of community acquired and nosocomial urinary tract infections, Dr. Umme Shahnaz Parvin, 2008.

10.

Seroepidemiological study of human brucellosis among the population at risk in Bangladesh, Dr. Noor Muhammad, 2008.

11.

Evaluation of rapid slide culture techniques for the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis, Dr. Shafikul Islam Khan, 2009.

12.

Etiological agents of acute diarrhea in hospitalized under five children with special emphasis on Norovirus, Dr. Abul Kalam, 2009.

13.

Efficacy of Polymerase Chain Reaction for Rapid Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis from Sputum, Dr. Mohammad Mahmudul Hasan, 2010.

14.

Non culture diagnosis of genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection in pregnant women, Dr. Nasir Uddin Mahmud, 2010.

15.

Diagnosis of Kala-azar from buffy coat using different techniques including Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Dr. Rishdina Mirza, 2010.

16.

Molecular diagnosis (PCR) of Kala-azar and PKDL Patients in Clinical Samples, Dr. Syeda Anjuman Nasreen, 2011.

17.

Detection of drug resistance pattern of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by rapid slide drug susceptibility testing in liquid sula medium and identification of mutations of resistant strains by PCR based DNA sequencing, Dr. Md. Saiful Hasan, 2011.

18.

Prevalence of genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection among sexually active women by ICT and PCR from endocervical swab samples, Dr. Emily Rahman Khan, 2011.

.19.

Species distribution, antimicrobial susceptibility and some virulence factors of Coagulase negative Staphylococci isolated from different clinical specimens, Dr. Md. Arifur Rahman, 2011.

20.

Comparison of different test methods including polymerase chain reaction for early and reliable diagnosis of typhoid fever, Dr. Safia Sultana, 2012.

21.

Comparison between rapid and conventional methods for diagnosis of bacterial meningitis, Dr. Umme Habiba, 2012.

22.

Detection of Different Diarrheagenic Escherichia coli Strains by Multiplex PCR, Dr. Rashedul Kabir, 2012.

23.

Prevalence of ESBL among Esch. coli and Klebsiella spp. in a tertiary care hospital and molecular detection of important ESBL producing genes by multiplex PCR, Dr. Taslima Yeasmin, 2012.

24.

Molecular epidemiology of genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection by plasmid based PCR in sexually active women in the community and in high risk population with genotyping of some representative strains from OmpA based amplicons, Dr. Monira Haque, 2012.

25.

Detection of microbial pathogens in acute childhood diarrhea with special emphasis on Campylobacter spp, Dr. Santana Rani Sarkar, 2013.

26.

Bacterial etiology of pleural effusion with special reference to Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Dr. Arup Islam, 2013.

27.

Prevalence of soil transmitted helminthes and other gastrointestinal parasitic infection of school children in Mymensingh, Bangladesh, Dr. Mahmudur Rahman, 2013.

28.

Diagnosis of rickettsial infection by PCR and other diagnostic tools, Dr. Faria Ferdous, 2014.

29.

Study of transmission cycle of Rickettsia felis, Dr. Rajib Ahmed, 2014.

30.

Molecular epidemiology of MRSA isolated from Mymensingh Medical College Hospital, Mymensingh, Bangladesh, Dr. S M Masudur Rahman, 2014.

31.

Molecular epidemiology and characterization of Group A rotavirus, Dr. Shamsoon Nahar Jolly, 2015.

32.

Laboratory diagnosis of dermatophytosis by conventional methods and PCR with antifungal susceptibility pattern, Dr. Shabiha Monwar, 2015.

33.

Detection of Human Papiloma Virus by PCR and antibody by ELISA from patients attending at Colposcopy clinic of Mymensingh Medical College Hospital, Mymensingh, Dr. Habiba Begum, 2015.

 

Ongoing researches

 

Currently, a number of researches are being conducted in the department by different post graduate students. Here they are:

1.    HPV – Genotyping with oncogene detection

2.    Rotavirus – molecular epidemiology

3.    MRSA - molecular detection

4.    Rickettsial diseases - molecular epidemiology

5.    ESBL, Enterococci

 

Collaborative Research

 

Sapporo Medical University, Japan: Rota virus, MRSA, Rickettsia, Chlamydia
University of Tokyo: Kala-azar, specially PKDL
Ghent University, Belgium: STH (Soil transmitted helminthes)

 

Fields of interests/research

 

Rota virus & Diarrheal pathogens

MRSA

ESBL

Kala-azar & PKDL

HPV

Chlamydia

Rickettsia

STH

Enterococcus

Dermatophytes etc.

 

 

 

 

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