Profile of Dr. Md. Abdullah Al Mamun


Dr. Md. Abdullah Al Mamun

Associate Professor

Department of Soil Science (SSC)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.



    To become competent in teaching as well as in research activities.


    Accumulation, Speciation, and Biotransformation (Metabolism) of Arsenic by Biological Materials


  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), 2019

    Kanazawa University, Japan [Under Japanese Government Scholarship (Monbukagakusho: MEXT)]

  2. Master of Science in Soil Science (M.S. in Soil Science), 2008

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Bangladesh

  3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Honours) [B.Sc. Ag (Hons.)], 2006

    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Bangladesh

  4. Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), 2001

    Bonarpara College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh

  5. Secondary School Certificate (SSC), 1999

    Kachua Hat High School, Rajshahi, Bangladesh


Journal Papers

  1. Chelator-assisted washing for the extraction of lead, copper, and zinc from contaminated soils: A remediation approach (Applied Geochemistry)

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  2. Integrated nitrogen management on nutrient contents, uptake and use efficiency of BRRI Dhan 29 (International Journal of Plant & Soil Science)  
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  3. Effect of organic and inorganic amendment of nitrogen on soil properties and yield of BRRI Dhan 29 (Research on Crops)

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  4. Bioaccumulation and biotransformation of arsenic by the brown macroalga Sargassum patens C. Agardh in seawater: effects of phosphate and iron ions (Journal of Applied Phycology)

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  5. Arsenic speciation and biotransformation by the marine macroalga Undaria pinnatifida in seawater: A culture medium study (Chemosphere)

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  6. Comparative biotransformation and detoxification potential of arsenic by three macroalgae species in seawater: Evidence from laboratory culture studies (Chemosphere)
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  7. Arsenic biotransformation potential of six marine diatom species: effect of temperature and salinity (Scientific Reports)
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