Vector borne zoonotic diseases
On the field of Veterinary Epidemiology with an emphasis on vector ecology, vector-borne disease, zoonosis, animal welfare and infectious disease research in one health approach.
I am a lecturer on Medical and applied Entomology of National University, Gazipur - 1704, Bangladesh. I did my PhD on dengue vector mosquito management and protein profiling from Universiti of Sains Malaysia. I have some research students those working on vector mosquitoes and fruit flies. I would like engage my new students on the field of Gnatworking. Therefore, I am interested to learn the basic practical knowledge regarding this.
Statistical Modeling on Arboviral Diseases, Dengue incidence, Climate Change, Public Health , Bio-Statistics etc.
I am interested in molecular and morphological taxonomy and systematics of medical important arthropods. I have a good background of field work especially on mosquitoes and sand flies collections in Europe, Africa and South-East Asia.
We were working under All India Network project on blue tongue (AINP BT) since 2001 and the project was completed on 2017 and we are also working on this aspect in Gujarat state. In the span of 16 years we worked on collection, taxonomy and molecular characterization of Culicoides and we are still working on Culicoides.
Basic and applied research to support the control of visceral and cutaneous leishmaniasis worldwide, including environmental niche modelling, transmission modelling, molecular population genetics, molecular phylogenetics and taxonomy.
Parasitosis, Leishmaniasis, sandflies, sandflies microbiota
Insect-borne disease research
Leishmania-sand fly interactions.
Transmission biology of leishmaniasis.
Pathogenesis of vector-born infections.
Vector biology and control.
I am a biologist background with a Master of Science and PhD Medical Entomology. Am interested in studying all the vector and vector borne diseases
I have a strong interest in the study of Insects of public and animal health concern, and in vector-borne diseases. Since I finished my training as a veterinarian, I have always developed my professional career linked to the world of medical and veterinary entomology.
Now I am working on mosquito surveillance and identification of the vectors involved in vector-borne diseases. And at the same time I am developing my PhD in the black fly topic, focusing on ecology and its impact on public health.