Profile of Dr. Md. Shahadat Hossain Khan

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Dr. Md. Shahadat Hossain Khan

Professor

Department of Soil Science (SSC)

Faculty of Agriculture

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: khan_bely@yahoo.com


CAREER OBJECTIVE

    Very dynamic and energetic with high level of patients. Deals students in a good manner. Good at IT and communication. Broad out-look and high administrative capability. Have a good vision to uplift the university in teaching and research. Actively engaged in politics from student-life at university level. Lead teachers of the university as Secretary of Teachers Association of the university. Also attended a training on “Strengthening Leadership Capacity in Higher Education in Bangaldesh” arranged by British Council, Bangladesh where we studied many case studies and how to manage different adverse situation. I had been offered world prestigious Japanese Government Scholarship (Monbukagakusho Scholarship) for MS and PhD and was offered Commonwealth Fellowship for Post Doctoral research. Successfully completed 4 year tenure of “Student Adviser” at HSTU. Presently holding position of Director, Finance and Accounts of HSTU, Dinajpur.

EDUCATION

  1. Ph.D. in Bioenvironmental Science, 2009

    Yamagata University, Japan (Japan Govt. Fellow)

  2. M.S. in Bioresource Engneering, 2006

    Yamagata University, Japan (Japan Govt. Fellow)

  3. M.S. in Soil Science, 1995

    Bangladesh Agricultural University

  4. B.Sc.Ag.(Hons), 1990

    Bangladesh Agricultural University

  5. H.S.C, 1986

    Govt. MM Ali College, Kagmari, Tangail

  6. S.S.C., 1984

    Bindu Bashini Govt. Boys High School, Tangail


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Additional charge as Director, Accounts
    Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur

    September 01, 2017 to Present

  2. Professor
    Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur

    July 01, 2017 to Present

  3. Post Doctoral Fellow
    Carlsberg Research Laboratory, Denmark

    August 01, 2016 to June 01, 2017

  4. Post Doctoral Fellow
    Nottingham University (Commonwealth Fellow)

    January 01, 2015 to April 01, 2015

  5. Professor
    Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur

    December 01, 2011 to December 01, 2015

  6. Associate Professor
    Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur

    August 01, 2008 to November 01, 2011

  7. Assistant Professor
    Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur

    May 01, 2004 to July 01, 2008

  8. Lecturer
    Hajee Md. Danesh Science and Technology University (HSTU), Dinajpur

    May 01, 1996 to April 01, 2004


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. Dark conditions enhance aluminum tolerance in some rice cultivars via multiple modulation of membrane sterols status. 2017. Wagatsuma T, Maejima E, Watanabe T, Toyomasu T, Kuroda M, Muranaka T, Ohyama K, Ishikawa A, Usui M, Khan MSH, Maruyama H, Tawaraya K, Kobayashi Y, and Koyama H. 2018. Journal of Experimental Botany.69(3): 567-577.


  2. Wagatsuma T, Khan MSH, Watanabe T, Maejima E, Sekimoto H, Yokota T, Nakano T, Toyomasu T, Tawaraya K, Koyama H, Uemura M, Ishikawa S, Ikka T, Ishikawa A, Kawamura T, Murakami S, Ueki N, Umetsu A and Kannari T. 2015. Higher sterol content regulated by CYP51 with concomitant lower phospholipid contents in membranes is a common strategy for aluminium tolerance in several plant species. Journal of Experimental Botany. 66: 907-918.


  3. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Akhter A and Rao IM. 2015. Differences among rice cultivars in their adaptation to low ionic strength solution with toxic level of aluminum that mimics tropical acid soil conditions. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 38: 1973-1983.


  4. Wagatsuma T, Watanabe T, Toyomasu T Kuroda M, Muranaka T, Ohyama K, Ishikawa A, Usui M, Maejima E, Khan MSH, Tawaraya K and Koyama H. 2013. HMG is a promising key gene for the enhancement of aluminum tolerance of rice via modulating membrane sterols in root-tip portion. In XVII. International Plant Nutrition Colloquium and Boron Satellite Meeting Proceedings Book. Sabanci University, Istanbul. ISBN 978-¬605-4348-62-6. pp. 40-41.


  5. Khan MSH, Tawaraya K, Sekimoto H, Koyama H, Kobayashi Y, Murayama T, Chuba M, Kambayashi M, Shiono Y, Uemura M, Ishikawa S and Wagatsuma T. 2009. Relative abundance of Δ5-sterols in plasma membrane lipids of root- tip cells correlates with aluminum tolerance of rice. Physiolgia Plantarum. 135: 73-83


  6. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Akhter A, & Tawaraya K. 2009. Sterol biosynthesis inhibition by paclobutrazol induces greater aluminum (Al) sensitivity in Al-tolerant rice. American Journal of Plant Physiology. 4: 89-99.


  7. Akhter A, Khan MSH, Egashira H, Tawaraya K, Rao IM, Wenzl P, Ishikawa S and Wagatsuma T. 2009. Greater contribution of low-nutrient tolerance to the growths of sorghum and maize under combined stress conditions with high-aluminum and low-nutrients in solution culture simulating the nutrient status of tropical acid soils. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 55: 394-406.


  8. Akhter A, Wagatsuma T, Khan MSH and Tawaraya K. 2009. Comparative studies on aluminum tolerance screening techniques for sorghum, soybean and maize in simple solution culture. Am. J. Plant Physiol., 4, 1-8.


  9. Khan MSH, Abedin Mian MJ, Akhter A and Khosruzzaman M. 2006. Physico-chemical changes of paddy soils under long-term intensive fertilization. Asian J. Plant Sci. 5: 105-111.


  10. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Tawaraya K, Kawamura T and Ishikawa S. 2005. Plasma membrane lipids as an early device for detecting aluminum tolerance in rice. In. C.J. Li (eds) Plant Nutrition for Food Security, Human Health and Environmental Protection. pp. 740-741. Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, China.


  11. Wagatsuma T, Rao IM, Wenzl P, Khan MSH, Tawaraya K, Igarashi K, Murayama T, Kawamura T, Ishikawa S and Uemura M. 2005. Plasma membrane lipid layer plays a key role in high level Al resistance in signalgrass (Brachiaria decumbens): A new feature of Al resistance. In. C.J. Li (eds) Plant Nutrition for Food Security, Human Health and Environmental Protection. pp. 740-741. Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, China.


  12. Wagatsuma T, Khan MSH, Rao IM, Wenzl P, Tawaraya K, Yamamoto T, Kawamura T, Hosogoe K and Ishikawa S. 2005. Methylene blue stainability of root-tip protoplasts as an indicator of aluminum tolerance in a wide range of plant species, cultivars and lines. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr. 51: 991-998.


  13. Wagatsuma T, Ishikawa S, Uemura M, Mitsuhashi W, Kawamura T, Khan MSH and Tawaraya K. 2005. Plasma membrane lipids are the powerful components for early stage aluminum tolerance in triticale. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr. 51: 701-704.


  14. Wagatsuma T, Uemura M, Mitsuhashi W, Maeshima M , Ishikawa S, Kawamura T, Murayama T, Shiono Y, Khan MSH and Tawaraya K. 2005. A new and simple technique for the isolation of plasma membrane lipids from root-tips. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr. 51: 135-139.


  15. Hossain A. Hossain AKMM, Rahman MS, Rahman MM, Chowdhury MAH and Khan MSH. 2003. Effect of tillage practices on soil properties under different cropping patter. Journal of Science and Technology. 1:43-48.


  16. Hoque ATMR, Khan MSH, Bari MS and Hossain AKMM. 2003. Comparative performance of potato under different situations in Bogra district. Journal of Science and Technology. 1:58-64.


  17. Khan MSH, Abedin Mian MJ, Akhter A, Hossain MF and Sikder MSI. 2002. Effect of long-term fertilization and cropping on micronutrient cations of soils in Bangladesh. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences. 5(5): 543-544.


  18. Khan MSH, Abedin Mian MJ and Ahammed MS. 2001. Phosphorus sorption behaviour of soils amended with organic and inorganic fertilizers. Indian Journal of Surface Science and Technology. 17: 141-148.


  19. Baktear Hossain M, Ahmed S, Hossain AKMM, Khan MSH and T.N. Kumar. 2001. Effect of secondary and micronutrients on the yield and nutrient uptake by BRRI Dhan 32 in the Old Himalayan Piedmont plain and Tista Meander floodplain soil. OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences. 1(11): 1051-1055.


  20. Abedin Mian MJ, Rahman MH and Khan MSH. 2000. Effect of transformation of residual sulfur on soil fertility and yield of rice. Bangladesh J. Sci. & Tech. 2(1): 27-34.


  21. Abedin Mian MJ, Awal MA, Rahman MH and Khan MSH. 1998. Changes with time the chemistry of soil solution of paddy soils of different fertility. . Bangladesh J. Environ. Sci. 4: 41-47.


  22. Abedin Mian MJ, Khan MSH and Rahman MH. 1998. Bicarbonate and ammonium concentrations in soil and water in plots amended with organic and inorganic fertilizers. Bangladesh J. Environ. Sci. 4: 67-71.


  23. Ahammed S, Abedin Mian MJ and Khan MSH. 1997. Nutrient status of soils under long-term fertilization. J. Progressive Agri. 8(1&2):183-188.


Conference Papers

  1. Khan MSH, Wagtsuma T, Tawaraya K, Kambayashi M, Masaru C, Ishikawa S, Akhter A, Wenzl P and Rao IM. 2007. Aluminum tolerance is not always the primary strategy for better production of rice in acid soil. Rhizosphere-2 Conference held on August 26 – September 1 2007, Montpellier, France.


  2. Wagatsum T and Khan MSH. 2007. Special composition of plasma membrane lipids in root-tip portion as an essential role in aluminum tolerance of plants. International symposium on Plant Science for Biomass and Food Production in Acid Soil – Recent advances in physiology, genetics and genomics studies. Held on 25-26 September, 2007, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.


  3. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Tawaraya K, Kawamura T and Ishikawa S. 2005. Plasma membrane lipids as an early device for detecting aluminum tolerance in rice. 15th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium held on September 14-20, 2005, Beijing, China.


  4. Wagatsuma T, Rao IM, Wenzl P, Khan MSH, Tawaraya K, Igarashi K, Murayama T, Kawamura T, Ishikawa S and Uemura M. 2005. Plasma membrane lipid layer plays a key role in high level Al resistance in signalgrass (Brachiaria decumbens): A new feature of Al resistance. 15th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium held on September 14-20, 2005, Beijing China.


  5. Khan MSH. 1998. Cadmium Balance in Rice Field Ecosystem in Bangladesh. International Conference on Environment and Agriculture. November 1-3, 1998, Kathmandu, Nepal.


Books

  1. Wagatsuma T, Eriko M, Watanabe T, Khan MSH and Ishikawa S. 2015. Significant role of the plasma membrane lipid bilayers in aluminum tolerance of plants. In: S.K. Punday and F. Baluska (Eds.) Signaling and Communication in Plants, Vol. 24: Aluminum Stress Adaptation in Plants. Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland. pp. 99-124. ISBN. 978-3-319-19967-2.


  2. Khan MSH, Akhter A, Wagatsuma T, Egashira H, Rao IM and Ishikawa S. 2011. Tolerance to aluminum and nutrient stress in sorghum grown under simulated conditions of tropical acid soils. In: TD Pereira (Ed.) Sorghum: Cultivation, Varieties and Uses. Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York. pp. 109-128. ISBN: 978-1-61209-688-9.


  3. Watanabe T, Khan MSH, Rao IM, Wasaki J, Shinano T, Ishitani M, Koyama H, Ishikawa S, Tawaraya K, Nanamori M, Ueki N and Wagatsuma T. 2011. Physiological and biochemical mechanisms of plant adaptation to low-fertility acid soils of the tropics: The case of brachiariagrasses. In: EBO Gungor (Ed.) Principles, Application and Assessment in Soil Science. InTech Publishers, Rijeka, Croatia. pp. 87-116. ISBN 979-953-307-275-2.


Others

  1. Khan MSH, Akhter A and Wagatsuma T. 2011. Differential adaptation strategy for rice cultivars in low ionic strength solution mimicking tropical acid soil conditions. Seminar on Challenge of Adaptation of Agricultural Crops to Cope with Climate Change. 27 January, 2011. International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka.


  2. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Yamada K, Akhter A, Takahashi K, Tawaraya K, Ishikawa S. 2008. Connection of lipid composition n root-tip portion with differential aluminum tolerance between cultivars in several plant species. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, September, 2008, 54: 85.


  3. Akhter A, Wagatsuma T, Khan MSH, Ueki N, Tawaraya K, Egasira H, Ishikawa S. 2008. Characterization of the primary strategies for production of sorghum and maize grown in different concentrations of aluminum and nutrients. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, September, 2008, 54: 85.


  4. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Tawaraya K, Uemura M, Murayama T, Kambayashi M, Chuba M, Shiono Y, Sekimoto H, Ishikawa S. 2007. Specific construction of lipid molecules for the root-tip plasma membrane of aluminum-tolerant rice cultivar. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, Tokyo Agricultural University, September, 2006, 53: 64.


  5. Akhter A, Wagatsuma T, Khan MSH, Tawaraya K, Egashira H, Ishikawa S, Ezura T, Ueki N. 2007. Characterization of the primary strategies for better sorghum production in high aluminum and low nutrients conditions mimicking typical acid soil. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, Tokyo Agricultural University, September, 2006, 53: 79.


  6. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Tawaraya K, Igarashi K, Kambayashi M, Chuba M, Ishikawa S. 2006. Plasma membrane lipids and its associated flavonoids controlling differential early stage aluminum tolerances in pedigree cultivars of aluminum-tolerant Sasanishiki. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, Akita Prefectural University, September, 2006, 52: 53.


  7. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Tawaraya K, Kambayashi M, Chuba M, Ishikawa S, Akhter A. 2006. Aluminum tolerance is not the primary strategy to determine long-term growth of rice in low ionic strength medium. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, Akita Prefectural University, September, 2006, 52: 53.


  8. Khan MSH, Wagatsuma T, Tawaraya K, Kawamura T, Ishikawa S, Shimizu H, Kishimoto T. 2005. Association of the tolerance to high aluminum or other acid soil factors with plasma membrane lipids of rice cultivars. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting, JSSPN, Shimane University, September, 2005, 51: 82.



SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship (Post-Doctoral Fellowship)

    Funded by: Nottingham University, United Kingdom (UK) (January 2015 – April 2015)

  2. British Council Fellow for training on “Strengthening Leadership Capacity in Higher Education” for UK and Bangladesh (July 2011 to December 2012).

    Funded by: British Council

  3. Monbukagakusho (Japanese Government) Scholarship for M.S. and Ph.D. degree

    Funded by: Yamagata University, Japan (October 2003 to March 2009)


PROJECTS

  1. Inhibiting biodegradation of organic matter in soil using biodegration inhibitors

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology (MOSICT)

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: - -

  2. Screening of low nutrient efficient maize cultivars

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology (MOSICT)

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: - -

  3. Screening of low nutrient efficient wheat cultivars

    Funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology (MOSICT)

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: - -

  4. Screening of low nutrient efficient rice cultivars (phase-1)

    Funded by: University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: - -

  5. Effect of lime and poultry manure on nutrient availability and yield of maize

    Funded by: Institute of Research and Training (IRT), HSTU

    Position: Principal Investigator (PI)

    Description: - -


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