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Dr. Md.Ariful  Islam
Dr. Md.Ariful Islam

Professor Contact No : 01711390939
Department of Microbiology and Hygiene Email : islamma@bau.edu.bd
Faculty of Veterinary Science
 
Research Interest:    Characterization of zoonotic  and food borne bacteria (Brucella, Mycobacterium, E.coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Campylobacteria) from humans, animals and foods of animal origin Epidemiology of economically important bacterial and viral infection in livestock and poultry Development of vaccines and diagnostic protocols against economically important bacterial and viral diseases of livestock and poultry
Post Doc
Virginia Tech
USA
PhD
Chonbuk National University
South Korea
MS
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Bangladesh
DVM
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Bangladesh
Total Number:  4
 

1. Isolation, identificaion and molecular characterization of Brucella spp. in cattle and goat in Bangladesh: Funded by BAS-USDA

2. Development of live attenuated duck palgue vaccine from local field isolates: Funded by BARC

3. Epidemiology of bacterial diarrhoea in goat and its control measures: Funded by BAURES

4. Microbial quality and prevalence of antibiotic resistant bactteriain broiler meat sold at Mymensingh city funded by UGC

No training information available..
Professor
22 Feb, 2014 -
Lecturer
25 May, 2003 - 16 Jun, 2005
Assistant Professor
17 Jun, 2005 - 21 Feb, 2010
Associate Professor
22 Feb, 2010 - 21 Feb, 2014
Total Number:  42
 
  1. M. M. Haque, M. A. R. Sarker, R. A. Rifa, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2017). Detection of food borne bacteria in Ready to Eat Betel leaf sold at local markets in Mymensingh. Veterinary World, 10(9): 1040-1045.
  2. S. Islam, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, S. Saha, M. S. Basir and M. M. Hasan (2017). Molecular detection of Brucella spp. from milk of seronegative cows from some selected area in Bangladesh. Journal of Pathogens,https://doi.org/101155/2018/9378976
  3. H. Banu, M. Z. Ali, S. Akther, P. Paul, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2017). Isolation and molecular characterization of E. coli, Salmonella spp. and Pasteurella spp. from apparently healthy duck. International Journal of Animal Biology, 3(3): 12-17.
  4. M. A. Matin, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2017). Prevalence of colibacillosis in chickens in   greater Mymensingh district of Bangladesh. Veterinary World, 10(1): 29-33.
  5. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam and B. K. Baek (2016). Hematological profiles during acute and subacute brucellosis in Sprague-Dawley rats experimentally infected with B. abortus biotype 1. International Journal of Hematology Research, 2(3):143-148.
  6. M. S. Islam, A. A. Husna, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun (2016). Prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in Beef, Chevon and Chicken in Bangladesh. American Journal of Food Science and Health, 2(4): 39-44.
  7. A. Siddiqu, S. Nasrin, M. Moonmoon, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2015). Bacterial assessment of street-vended hog plum and its public health importance. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 32(1): 19-26.
  8. M. R. Reza, M. B. Lijon, M. M. Khatun and M. A. Islam (2015).  Prevalence and antibiogram profile of Mycobacterium spp. in poultry and its environments.  J. Adv. Vet. Anim. Res., 2(4): 458-463.
  9.  M. B. Lijon, M. Khatun, A. Islam, M. M. Khatun and M. A. Islam (2015). Detection of multidrug resistance Aeromonas hydrophila in farm raised fresh water prawns.  J. Adv. Vet. Anim. Res., 2(4): 469-474.
  10. M. M. Khatun, M.A. Islam and B. K. Baek (2015). Serologic responses and kinetics of B. abortus biotype 1 infection in Sprague-Dawley rats. International Journal of Life Science and Engineering, 1(5): 207-211.
  11. A. A. Husna, M. A. Islam, M. T. Rahman and M. M. Khatun (2015).  Efficacy of vinegar, sorbitol and sodium benzoate in mitigation of Salmonella contamination in betel leaf. Journal of Advances Veterinary and Animal Research, 2(2): 190-194.
  12. S. Sultana, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2015). Bacteria in chicken rolls sold by fast food restaurant and their public health significance. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 32(1): 13-18.
  13. M. A. Momin, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, M. M. Rahman and M. A. Islam (2014). The epidemiology of bacterial pneumonia in black Bengal goats in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 31(2): 70-73.
  14. A. Khandoker, M. A Islam, M. M. Rahman, A. A Husna, S. Das and M. M. Khatun (2014). Bacterial contamination of street-vended spicy puffed-rice sold at Bangladesh Agricultural University campus. The Bangladesh Veterinarian 31(1): 20 - 26.
  15. Akhter L, M.A. Islam, S. Das, M. M. Khatun and M.A. Islam (2014). Seroprevalence of brucellosis and its associated risk factors in sheep and goat in the farms and slaughter house in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 3(1): 25-28.
  16. R. K. Dey, M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam and M. S. Hosain (2013). Prevalence of Multidrug Resistant Escherichia coli in Pigeon in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 2 (1): 5-7.
  17. B. S. Zaman, M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, S. Sharmin, U. Kulsum and M. E. Hoq (2013): Bacterial flora of Koi (Anabas testudineus) harvested from ponds and their antibiogram.  Microbes and Health, 2 (1): 8-11.
  18. M. A. Islam, L. Akter, M. M. Khatun and M. A. Islam (2013). Seroprevalence of brucellosis and its associated risk factors in bovine at greater Mymensingh district of Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 2 (1): 12-14.
  19. M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, S. R. Werre, S. Nathan and S. M. Boyle  (2013). A review of Brucella seroprevalence among humans and animals in Bangladesh with special emphasis on epidemiology, risk factors and control opportunities. Veterinary Microbiology. 166: 317-326.
  20. M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun and B. K. Baek (2013). Male rats transmit Brucella abortus biotype 1 through sexual intercourse. Veterinary Microbiology. 165: 475-477.
  21. S. Sultana, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun and S. Nasrin (2012.) Multidrug resistant bacteria found in the respiratory tract of apparently healthy quails. Microbes and Health, 1 (2): 46-49.
  22. S. Nasrin, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, L. Akhter and S. Sultana (2012). Caharacterization of bacteria associated with omphalitis in chicks. Bangladesh Veterinarian 29(2): 63-68.
  23. A. T. M Jakaria, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2012). Prevalence, characteristics and antibiogram profiles of Escherichia coli isolated from apparently healthy chickens in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 1(1): 27-29.
  24. S. Naurin, M. A. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2012). Prevalence of Salmonella in apparently healthy chickens in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 1(1): 30-33.
  25. M. S. Hosain, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun and R. K. Dey (2012). Prevalence and antibiogram profiles of Salmonella isolated from Pigeons in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Microbes and Health, 1 (2): 54-57.
  26. M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun and B. K. Baek (2012).  Rats born to Brucella abortus infected mothers become latent carriers of Brucella. Journal of Infection in Developing countries. 6(3):256-261.
  27. B. K. Baek, M. Y. Park, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, S. I. Lee and S. M. Boyle (2012). The first detection of Brucella canis in cattle in the Republic of Korea. Zoonoses and Public Health, 59(2): 77-82.
  28. M. A. Momin, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, M. M. Rahman and M. A. Islam (2011). Characterization of bacteria associated with pneumonia in Black Bengal goats. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 9(1): 67-71.
  29. M. Ahmed, M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun and B. K. Baek (2011). Evaluation of four serological tests for the detection of brucellosis in goats and cattle under the field condition of Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Biological Science, 4(5): 477-482.
  30. S. I. Lee, M.A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, G.Y. Choi, J. M. Jung, B. K. Baek and I. Kakoma (2010). Immunoglobulin profiles in acute brucellosis experimentally induced by Brucella canis in BALB/c mice. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Disease, 10(9): 927-930.
  31. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, B. K. Baek and S. I. Lee (2009). Cellular and humoral immune responses and antigen recognition in Sprague-Dawley rats experimentally infected with Brucella abortus biotype 1. Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 4 (6): 267-277.
  32. M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, B. K. Baek and S.I. Lee (2009). Efficacy of strain RB51 vaccine in protecting infection and vertical transmission against Brucella abortus in Sprague-Dawley rats. Journal of Veterinary Science, 10 (3): 211-218.
  33. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, B. K. Baek and S. I. Lee (2009). Characteristics of immune response in acute brucellosis in Sprague Dawley rats. Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 3 (5): 392-397.
  34. S. I. Lee, M.J. Choi, M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, B. K. Baek and C. S. Lee (2009). Analysis of human brucellosis sera using western blot assay. Korean Journal of Veterinary Public Health, 33(1): 39-45.
  35. M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, B. K. Baek and S. I. Lee (2009). Effects of B. abortus biotype 1 on the reproductive performance of Sprague-Dawley rats. Pakistan Journal of Biological Science, 12 (4): 353-359.
  36. S. I. Lee, M.J. Choi, J. Hur, M.A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, B. K. Baek, C. S. Lee, I. Kakoma, S. M. Boyle, N. Sriranganathan and E. J. Young (2008). Comparative serology of human brucellosis in Korea. Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, 31(3): 331-338.
  37. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, M. M. Rahman and M. H. Rahman (2005). Observations on the efficacy of household sanitizing agents against ubiquitous microorganisms. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 3 (2): 156-159.
  38. M. A. Islam, M. M. Khatun, M. M. Rahman and M. T. Hossain (2005). Serologic and pathogenic characterization of infectious bursal disease virus isolated from Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 22 (2):57-64.
  39. M. A. Islam, M. M. Rahman, M. R. Islam and M. M. Khatun (2004). Molecular characterization of infectious bursal disease virus field isolates. International Journal of Poultry Science, 3 (10): 664-667.
  40. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, M .M. Rahman and M. A. Rahman (2003). Public health impact of postharvest contamination of beef carcasses sold at butcher’s meat stall. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 20 (2): 95-101.
  41. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, M .M. Rahman and M. A. Rahman (2003). Assessment of sanitary quality of hygienically and traditionally handled beef carcasses. The Bangladesh Veterinarian, 20 (2): 88-94.
  42. M. M. Khatun, M. A. Islam, M S. U. Khan and M. M. Rahman (2002). Coliforms in market beef sold in retail stores. Bangladesh Veterinary Journal, 36 (3-4):121-126.
Total Number:  7
 

PARTICIPATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS:

Date

Name and place of the conference

Participation nature

4-7 September, 2005

5th Awaji international forum on infection

and immunity, Awaji-shi, Hyogo, Japan

Poster presentation

3-6 November, 2005

3rd International water fowl conference,

GuangZhou, China

Oral presentation

30 June-4 July, 2008

XXIII World’s poultry congress, Brisbane,

Australia

Oral presentation

21  March, 2013

24th Annual Research Symposium, Virginia,

USA

Attendee as a visiting

Scholar

11-12 September, 2014

WVPA 2nd Asia Meeting Testing and Monitoring, Bangkok, Thailand

Oral presentation

 

15-17 September, 2016

3rd AFSA Conference on Food Safety and Food

Security, KIIT University, Bhuvaneswar, India

Poster presentation

17-19 November, 2016

Brucellosis 2016 International Research

Conference, NASC complex, New Delhi, India

Poster presentation

No patent information available..
Title Institution Subject Receipt Date
Korean Research Foundation Fellowship Korean Research Foundation To pursue PhD at Chonbuk National University 2007
Islamic Development Bank Merit Scholarship Award Islamic Development Bank To pursue postdoc at Virginia Tech, USA 2012
University Awards Bangladesh Agricultural University Securing 1st class in 1st position 2002
Membership Type Organization
Life member Retired Armed Forces Officers Welfare Association (RAOWA)
Life member Bangladesh Society for Biosafety and Biosecurity
Member Bangladesh Veterinary Council
Life member Bangladesh Society for Veterinary Education and Research
Member World Poultry Science Association
Member World Veterinary Poultry Science Association
Life member Bangladesh Society of Microbiology and Public Health
Member Asian Food Safety and Security Association
Life member One Health
Life member Bangladesh Society for Safe Food
Member Krishibid Institution of Bangladesh