Full profile of Dr. Md. Mohidul Hasan

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Dr. Md. Mohidul Hasan

Associate Professor

Department of Plant Pathology (PLP)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: mhasan@hstu.ac.bd


CAREER OBJECTIVE

    To become an ideal teacher and a good researcher as well

RESEARCH INTEREST

    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction, Biotic stress in plants

EDUCATION

  1. PhD in Biotechnology, 2014

    Department of Biotechnology, Yeungnam University, Republic of Korea

  2. MS in Plant Pathology, 2004

    Dept. of Plant Pathology, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh

  3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BScAg Hon's), 2000

    Bangladesh Agricultural Universty, Bangladesh

  4. HSC, 1996

    Cant Public School and College, Bogra, Rajshahi, Bangladesh

  5. SSC, 1994

    Gabtali Pilot High School, Bogra, Rajshahi, Bangladesh


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Associate Professor
    Dept. of Plant Pathology, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology Univeristy

    May 15, 2013 to Present

  2. Assistant Professor
    Dept. of Plant Pathology, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology Univeristy

    January 16, 2008 to May 14, 2013

  3. Lecturer
    Dept. of Plant Pathology, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology Univeristy

    May 15, 2005 to January 15, 2008

  4. International Researh Professor
    Dept. of Biotechology, Yeungnam University, Republic of Korea

    September 01, 2016 to August 31, 2017

  5. Member
    Phytopathological Soceity

    July 07, 2005 to Present

  6. Editorial Board Member
    Universal Journal of Agricultural Research

    June 03, 2015 to Present


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. Hasan M.M., Tufail Bashir, Ritesh Ghosh, Sun keun Lee and Bae H. August, 2017. An overview of LEDs’ effects on the production of bioactive compounds and crop quality. Molecules (Switzerland) 22 (9): 1420. (IF: 2.861)

  2. Hasan M.M., Tufail Bashir and Bae H. June, 2017. Use of ultrasonication technology fo the increased production of plant secondary matabolites. Molecules (Switzerland) 22 (7): 1046. (IF: 2.861)

  3. Hasan M.M., and Bae H. February, 2017. An overview of stress-induced resveratrol synthesis in grapes: perspective for resveratrol-enriched grape products. Molecules (Switzerland) 22 (2): 294. (IF: 2.861)

  4. Begom MM, Hasan MM, Islam, MM, Islam, NB, Alam MA, Hossain, MM. 2017. In vitro antimicrobial efficacy of Calotropis procera (Ait) against some foodborne bacteria. Food and Pharma International (India). 1 (2): 93-98.

  5. Hasan M.M., Islam N.B., Naznin S., Islam M.M. and Mustarin K.E.  December, 2016. Management of Cercospora leaf spot of Indian spinach (Basella alba L.) with BAU bio-fungicide and a plant growth promoting hormone. Universal Journal of Plant Science (USA) 4(4): 43-49. (Indexed in CABI, CAS, Copernicus etc.)

  6. Hasan M.M., Hasan M,S, Naznin S., and Islam N.B. and Mustarin K.E.  December, 2016.  Bio-control of root-knot (Meloidogyne incognita) of Indian Spinach (Basella alba L.). Universal Journal of Agricultural Research (USA) 4(6): 247-253. (Indexed in CABI, CAS, Copernicus etc.)

  7. Hasan M.M.,  Kim H.S., Jeon J.H, Kim S.H, Moon B., Song J.Y., Shim S.H. and Baek K.H. June, 2014. Metabolic engineering of Nicotiana benthamiana for the increased production of taxadiene. Plant Cell Reports (Germany) 33(6): 895-904. (IF: 3.088)

  8. Hasan M.M., Yun H.K., Kwak, E.J. and Baek K.H. March, 2014. Preparation of resveratrol-enriched grape juice from ultrasonication treated grape fruits. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (Netherlands) 21(2): 729-734. (IF: 4.556)

  9. Hasan M.M., Cha M., Bajpai V.K. and Baek K.H. September, 2013. Production of a major stilbene phytoalexin, resveratrol in peanut (Arachis hypogaea) and peanut products: a mini review. Reviwes in Environmental Science and Biotechnology (Netherlands). 12: 209–221. (IF: 4.352)

  10. Hasan M.M. and Baek K.H. August, 2013. Induction of resveratrol biosynthesis in grape skins and leaves by ultrasonication treatment. Korean Journal of Horticultural Science and Technology (South Korea) 31(4): 496-502. (IF: 0.339)

  11. Bajpai V.K., Kan S.C., Kim S., Hasan M.M, Dhakal R., Park E, and Baek K.H. February, 2012. Microbial conversion of tomato by Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. Carotovorum 21: a biotechnological approach to control pathogenic Candida species. Romanain Biotechnological Letters (Romania) 17 (1): 6989-6998. (IF: 0.412)

  12. Islam N.B., Hossain S.M.M.*, Hasan M.M., Hassan S.M.E and Islam M.M. 2016. Incidence and severity of black point disease of wheat. Int. J. Expt. Agric. 6(2):12-19.

  13. Islam M.M., Hassan S.M.E., Hossain S.M.M.*, Hasan M.M. and ISLAM N.B. 2016. Prevelence and management of some major diseases of mango at Dinajpur district of Bangladesh. Int. J. Expt. Agric. 6(2):1-11.

  14. Hossain SMM, Hasan MM, Alam MA, Islam MM. 2015. Study on epidemiology and chemical control of rhizome rot disease of ginger (Zingiber officinale rose). J.Sci.Technol. (Dinajpur). Vol. 13: 75-81.



  15. Hasan M.M., Khatun A., Bachchu M.A., Bhuyan M.M.H. and Hossain M.A. 2011. Efficacy of akanda (Calotropis gigantean L.) against some phytopathogenic bacteria. J. Agrofor. Enviorn. 5(1): 15-18.



  16. Chowdhury E.K., Hasan M.M., Mustarin K.E., Hasan M.S. and Fancy R. 2009. Efficacy of different fungicides in controlling rhizome rot of ginger. J. of Agrofor. Environ. 3(1): 179-181.


  17. Hasan M.S., Hasan M. M., Rashid M.M. and Hossain M.F. 2009. Combined management of cercospora leaf spot and anthracnose in okra seed production. J. of Agrofor. Environ. 3(1): 119-122.


  18. Mustarin K., Uddin M.N., Hasan M.M. and Bhuyan M.M.H. 2009. Control of root-knot disease of soybean by Trichoderma harzianum. Bangladesh J. Prog. Sci. & Tech. 7(1): 41-44.


  19. Khatun A., Hasan M.M., Rahman M.M., Hasan M.S. and Khandakar N. 2009. In Vitro regeneration in two potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties. Bangladesh J. of Prog. Sci. and Tech. 7(1): 21-24.


  20. Hossain S.M.M., Hassan S.M.E., and Hasan M.M. 2008. Field performance and disease incidence of farmers’ saved wheat seed collected from major wheat growing regions of Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. of Seed Sci. 12(2): 163-168.


  21. Khatun M.T., Kabir M.A., Hasan M.M., Kabiraj R.C. and Ahmad M.U. 2008. Efficacy on root-knot (Meloidogyne javanica) of tomato of two alcoholic plant extracts with emphasis on chemical investigations. Journal of Science and Technology. 6: 97-102.


  22. Hossain S.M.M., Hasan M.M. and Hassan S.M.E. 2008. Health of farmers’ saved wheat seed of some wheat growing ares of Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. of Seed Sci. 12(2): 157-162.


  23. Hassan S.M.E., Hossain S.M.M., Hasan M.M. and Mustarin K. 2008. Effect of side dressing of furadan 5G and miral 3G against root-knot (Meloidogyne javanica) of brinjal. Bangladesh Res. Publ. J. 1 (2): 156-165.


  24. Hossain M.T., Hasan M.M., Alam, M.A., Khatun A. and Alam M. 2008. Efficacy of hot water treatment device and some fungicides against Phomopsis vexans of eggplant. Int. J. BioRes. 4 (6): 54-58.


  25. Hossain M.M., Hasan M.M., Hasan M.S., Alam M.A. and Islam M.T. 2007. Screening of tomato and brinjal against bacterial wilt caused by Ralstonia solanacearum; Int. J. Sustain. Agril. Tech. 3 (1): 12-15.


  26. Rashid M.M., Hassan S.M.E. and Hasan M.M. 2006. A benchmark study on quality seed production by the farmers of Dinajpur districts. J.Sci.Technol. (Dinajpur). Vol. 4: 133-136.


  27. Hasan M.M., Ahmad M.U., Khokon M.A.R. and Maung Z.T.Z. 2005. Bio-control of root-knot of mungbean. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science. 16 (1): 59-63.



PROJECTS

  1. Evaluation of some plant extracts against Ralstonia solanacearum

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: Five different important medicinal plants were selected and tested against Ralstonia solanacearum, a soil borne wilt causing bacterium

  2. Comparative Studies on The Antimicrobial Effect of Ata (Annona Squamosa) and Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) Leaf Against Ralstonia Solanacearum

    Funded by: Institute of Research and Training (IRT), Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: Different solvent extracts of turmeric and ata were tested against Ralstonia solanacearum, a devastating vegetable wilt pathogen, and also compare their efficacy as well

  3. Evaluation of Antibacterial Efficacy of Akanda (Calotropis giganta L.) and castor (Ricinus communis)

    Funded by: Institute of Research and Training (IRT), Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: Akanda and Castor the two important medicinal plants available in Bangladesh. Different solvent extracts of both the plant were used to test their antibacterial efficacy against different plant pathogens


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