Profile of Md. Mahbubul Hassan

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Md. Mahbubul Hassan

Assistant Professor

Department of Fisheries Biology & Genetics (FBG)

Faculty of Fisheries

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: mmhassan46@yahoo.com


RESEARCH INTEREST

    Marine Biology, Cryopreservation, Gut Microbiology

EDUCATION

  1. Doctor of Philosophy, 2017

    Flinders University, Australia

  2. Master of Science in Fisheries Biology and Genetics, 2009

    Bangladesh Agricultural University

  3. B.Sc.Fisheries (Hons), 2007

    Bangladesh Agricultural University


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Lecturer
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    May 11, 2010 to May 11, 2012

  2. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    May 11, 2012 to Present


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. 1. Hassan MM, Qin JG, Li X. 2017. Gametogenesis, sex ratio and energy metabolism in Ostrea angasi: implications for the reproductive strategy of spermcasting marine bivalves. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 1-8. Impact factor 1.250.

    2. Hassan MM, Li X., Qin JG. 2017. Improvement of post-thaw sperm survivals using liquid nitrogen vapor in a spermcasting oyster Ostrea angasi. Cryobiology, 78, 1-7. Impact factor 1.996.

    3. Hassan MM, Li X., Liu Y., Qin JG. 2017. Sperm cryopreservation in the spermcasting Australian flat oyster Ostrea angasi by programmable freezing method. Cryobiology. 76:119-124. Impact factor 1.996.

    4. Hassan MM, Qin JG, Li X. 2017. Development of a spectrophotometric technique for sperm quantification in the spermcasting Australian flat oyster Ostrea angasi Sowerby. Aquaculture Research, 48, 4844-4850. Impact factor 1.461.

    5. Hassan MM, Qin JG, Li X. 2016. Spermatozeugmata structure and dissociation of the Australian flat oyster Ostera angasi: implications for reproductive strategy. Tissue and Cell. 48: 152-159. Impact factor 1.232.

    6. Hassan MM, Qin JG, Li X. 2015. Sperm cryopreservation in oysters: a review of its current status and potentials for future application in aquaculture. Aquaculture. 438:24-32. Impact factor 2.570.

    7. Akter S, Hassan MM, Nahiduzzaman M, Hossain MAR. 2014. Growth and survival of olive barb, Puntius sarana (Hamilton 1822) larvae produced with cryopreserved versus fresh sperm. Aquaculture Research. 47:228-233. Impact factor 1.461.

    8. Hassan MM, Nahiduzzaman M, Al Mamun SN, Taher MA, Hossain MAR. 2013. Fertilization by refrigerator stored sperm of the Indian major carp, Labeo calbasu (Hamilton, 1822). Aquaculture Research. 45:150-158. Impact factor 1.461.

    9. Nahiduzzaman M, Hassan MM, Roy PK, Hossain MA, Hossain MAR, Tiersch TR. 2012. Sperm cryopreservation of the Indian major carp, Labeo calbasu: effects of cryoprotectants, cooling rates and thawing rates on egg fertilization. Animal Reproduction Science. 136:133-138. Impact factor 1.605.

    10. Nahiduzzaman M, Hassan MM, Khanam MUH, Mamun SN, Hossain MAR, Tiersch TR. 2011. Sperm cryopreservation of the critically endangered olive barb (Sarpunti) Puntius sarana (Hamilton, 1822). Cryobiology. 62:62-67. Impact factor 1.996.


SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. Flinders International Postgraduate Research Scholarship

    Funded by: Flinders University, Australia


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