Prof Dr. Sharmin Musa has done her SSC and HSC from Viqarunnisa Noon School and College in 189 and 1991. She has done her B.S (Hons) and MS in Zoology from Dhaka University. She ahs done her PhD from University of Manchester in2005 with fellowship from Ministry of Science and Technology, Goverment of the Poeple's Republic of Bangladesh. Now she is teaching as professor of Zoology in Dhaka University and also performing research in human and animal parasitlogy.Read less
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Ph.D.||Animal Biology (behavioural ecology0||University of Manchester, UK||United Kingdom||2005|
|Masters||Zoology (Parasitology)||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||1995|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|No experience is found|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|parasitology and animal behaviour||
Human and animal parasitology, animal behaviour
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|Ph.D.||Report on Occurrence of communicable diseases and their risk factors among the female inhabitants of lower socioeconomic groups in Dhaka city||Prof Hamida Khanum||Prof Hamida Khanum||Tahmina Karim||2017|
|Masters||OCCURRENCE AND PREVALENCE OF PROTOZOA AND HELMINTH PARASITES IN GRAZING MAMMALS||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida Khanum||Halima Akhter||2017|
|Masters||IDENTIFICATION AND OCCURRENCE OF COMMON SKIN AND VENEREAL DISEASES (SVD) AMONG THE OUT PATIENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY OF THREE HOSPITALS IN DHAKA CITY||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida khanum||Taslima Akhter||2017|
|Masters||Prevalence of Gastrointestinal parasite in Horse (Equus ferus caballus) from captive and domestic habitat||Professor Dr. Sharmin Musa||Professor Dr. Hamida Khanum||Miss Rowshan Ara Begum||Parasitology||2017|
|Masters||Distribution of zoonotic parasites in cat (Felis catus, Linnaeus, 1758) and dogs (Canis lupus familiaris, Linnaeus, 1753) from Katabon Market.||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida Khanum||Rezwana aHMED||2014|
|Masters||RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEAD LICE (Pediculus humanus capitis) INFESTATION AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida Khanum||Tahmina Karim||2013|
|Masters||COMPARATIVE STUDY ON HELMINTHS IN DOMESTIC FOWLS (GALLUS GALLUS) AND DUCKS (ANAS PLATYRHYNCHOS)||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof HAMIDA Khanum||Munirul Islam||2011|
|Masters||PREVALENCE OF ECTOPARASITES AND GASTRO-INTESTINAL PARASITES IN CATTLE (Bos indicus) IN KOTAWALI THANA, JESSORE, BANGLADESH||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida Khanum||Tania Rahman||2011|
|Ph.D.||Parasite community of Polynemus paradiseus (Linnaeus,1758) and Xenentodon cancila (Hamilton,1822): histopathological and biochemical analyses in relation to their feeding habits||Prof Sharmin Musa||prof hamida khanum||Yasmin Sultana||Current Year|
|Ph.D.||Epidemiology of malaria among the Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar of Bangladesh’.||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida Khanum, Prof Richard Maude||Arif Anowar Khan||Current Year|
|Ph.D.||Parasitic health risk associated with eco-san toilet manure, waslewater and flood runoff waier in and around Dhaka city||Prof Sharmin Musa||Prof Hamida Kahnum||Tamanna Akhter||Current Year|
|Masters||A study on detection of asymptomatic malaria.||Professor Dr. Sharmin Musa||Professor Dr. Hamida Khanum||Mrs Romana Akhter||Parasitology||Current Year|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|vector borne disease||"Recent adances in technologies and their application for disgnosis, treatment, prevention and control of vector borne diseases (kala-azar, filariasis and malaria) in endemicareas of bangladesh'||Ministry of Science and Technology||01-06-2019||01-06-2019||University of Dhaka|
|Communicable Diseases||'Occurrence of Communicable diseases and risk factors for Communicable Diseases among the Female Inhabitants of Lower Socioeconomic Groups'||UGC||01-06-2019||01-06-2019||University of Dhaka|
|Intestinal parasitic and intestinal tract infections (UTI)||“Knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) assessment of intestinal parasitic and intestinal tract infections (UTI) among women and school going children in slum areas of Dhaka”||UGC||01-01-1970||University of Dhaka|
|Malaria||'Epidemiology of malaria among the Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar of Bangladesh'||with joint collaboration with MORU (Mahidol -Oxford Research Unit). University of Oxford.||01-01-1970||University of Oxford|
|1||"Zoonotically important parasites of livestock in Bangladesh" presented in ICSTD 2021 ORGANIZED BY BCSIR on 11/03/2021|
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Expire Year|
|1||Life Member, Zoological Society of Bangladesh||Life memeber||20016||Life Time|
|2||Institute of Allergy & Clinical Immunology of Bangladesh (IACIB), a National Non-Governmental Organization, located in BiruliaUnion, PO: Dairy Farm, Savar, Dhaka – 1341, Bangladesh,||Research collaboration||2020||2024|
|3||with joint collaboration with MORU (Mahidol -Oxford Research Unit). University of Oxford.Will be completed in 2021||PhD RESEARCH||2017||4 YEARS|
Prianka Barua, Sharmin Musa, Rezwana Ahmed and Hamida Khanum : Commonly found zoonotic parasitic species in Dogs and Cats from a prominent pet market of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Annual Research and Review in Biology. , pp.35(1): 17-23. , 2020 .
Sharmin Musa, Hamida Khanum and Tahmina Karim : Communicable Diseases Among The Female Inhabitants Of Lower Socio-Economic Groups in Dhaka City, Bangladesh Journal of Zoology , vol.48(2) , pp.105-117 , 2020 .
Hamida Khanum, Sharmin Musa and Rezwana Ahmed : Association of dogs(Canis lupus familiaris, Linnaeus,1753) and risk perception of zoonotic infection for humans, National Journal of Life Sciences. , vol.15 , no.1 , pp.27-32 , 2018 .
Sharmin Musa, Hamida Khanum and Tania Ahmed : Prevalence of ecto-parasites in cattles (BOS INDICUS) of Jessore , Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Zoology. , vol.46 , no.2 , pp.137-145 , 2018 .
Mt. Tahmina Karim, Hamida Khanum and Sharmin Musa : Occurrence of enteric parasites and their risk factors among the female inhabitants of lower socioeconomic groups in Dhaka city, Asian Journal of Medical and Biological Research. , vol.4 , no.4 , pp.343-350 , 2018 .
Per T Smiseth, Sharmin Musa and Allen J Moore : Negotiation between parents: does the timing of mate loss affect female compensation in Nicrophorus vespilloides?, Behaviour. , vol.143 , pp.293-301. , 2005 .
|International||Overseas scholarship scheme from University of Manchester||2000||United Kingdom||For higher study|
|International||Bangabandhu Fellowship from Ministry of Science and Technology||2000||Bangladesh||Study|
|National||Dean award from Faculty of Biological Sciences||1994||Bangladesh||For academic excellence|