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Published on September 20, 2016

Author: AbuSayeed4

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1. 1 of 5| P a g e CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR. MD. ABU SAYEED DVM, CT (India) MS Fellow (Epidemiology) Department of Medicine and Surgery Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Mobile No. +8801719836877 sayeed.dvm@gmail.com Career Objectives To become a good academician and researcher especially in the field of infectious diseases with emphasis on zoonoses and transboundary diseases in one health approach for the welfare of the society. Personal Information Address line 1 (Present)  Lecturer of Epidemiology (Part time), Department of Medicine and Surgery, Jhenidah Government Veterinary College, Jhenidah Address line 2 (Permanent)  Village- Madapur, Post office – Khash Mathurapur, Upazilla – Daulatpur, Dist.- Kushtia Nationality  Bangladeshi Hobby  Traveling Education Degree Conferring Institute/Board Year Result MS (Masters of Science) Fellow (Epidemiology) Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Chittagong Appeared 3.85(scale 4) Thesis submitted Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Chittagong 2014 3.71 (scale 4) Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Monirampur Degree Collage, Jessore 2006 5.00 (scale 5) Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Monirampur Govt. High School, Jessore 2004 5.00 (scale 5)

2. 2 of 5| P a g e Work Experience  Management related work in Dairy and Poultry farm  Mass education related work in Government and Non-Government Organizations  Working experience in BSL2 Plus laboratory in Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, Bangladesh  Public health and conservation related work in Different voluntary organization e.g. save the frogs, USA, Bat conservation project etc.  Research experience as a field researcher of UK funded BALZAC Project.  I have experience in did acting and laboratory of Biostatistics and Veterinary Epidemiology as a class teacher for the last one year. Training & Achievement Name of training Institute Duration Clinical and Production Madras Veterinary College, Chennai, India 15 days Veterinary College & Research Institute, Namakkal, India 15 days Clinical Upozilla Veterinary Hospital, Monirampur, Jessore. 60 days Management, Communication & Income generation training CARE Bangladesh, SHOUHARDO II Program. 30 days Lab. Training Bangladesh Livestock Institute Livestock Research Institute I.C.D.D.R.B. and I.E.D.C.R 15days Zoo Dhaka Zoo, Chittagong Zoo. 10 days Farm Training Central Cattle Breeding & Dairy Farm, Savar, Dhaka. 15 days CP Bangladesh , Breeder Farm, Rangpur-2 30 days Others Training on Outbreak Investigation in IEDCR 3 days Epidemiological Survey Based Training Conducted by CVASU and Royal Veterinary College, UK 2 days Language Proficiency Language Writing Reading Speaking Listening Bengali Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent English Excellent Excellent Good Good

3. 3 of 5| P a g e Technical Skills and Competences  Microsoft office (word, excel and PowerPoint), Adobe Photoshop and Adobe illustrator, Graphics designing and web development.  Multimedia presentation skill through projector  Global Positioning System (Magellan Global System TM )  Both cultural and professional event organizing skills. Time management and working under pressure and deadline  Ability to use Stata software  Driving (motorcycle and Car) Research Interest I am very much interested to do research work especially on Avian Influenza. My immense interest is to work in Avian Influenza and live bird trading network. Extracurricular activities Organizing different festivals in different National Memorial days Participation in different games, debates and others Research Activities 1. Research on bio-security and breeder management system (cobb 500): In my research I have tried to show the local Breeder farm management strategy in Bangladesh. 2. Research on Sero Prevalence of Salmonellosis in 6 commercial farms and backyard chickens in Chittagong region: Here the study showed that Salmonellosis is more prevalent among the layer birds (44%), followed by backyards (26%), breeder (24%) and broiler (10%). 3. Epidemiological assessment of Hygienic conditions of Live Bird Markets on Avian Influenza in Chittagong metropolitan city, Bangladesh. In this study we have found the prevalence of Avian Influenza was 40% (95% CI: 20-60%; N=40) at LBM level followed by 20.3% (CI: 10-30%, N=290) at stall level. Again the prevalence of H5, H7 and H9 at stall level was 2.8% (CI: 1-5%), 0% and 3.1% (CI: 1-6%), respectively. Generalized Estimating Equation model determined selling of species (OR=2.5: Chicken and non-duck species versus Duck with other species), Bird holding area (OR=1.9: Cage versus Floor) and Hygienic score (OR=3.1: Score 3 or more versus score less than 3) as potential risk factors for the occurrence of Avian Influenza at stall level.

4. 4 of 5| P a g e Published Paper: As Co-Author: 1. Gerrit Koop, Md. Nurul Islam, Md. Mizanur Rahman, Momena Khatun, Jinnat Ferdous, Md. Abu Sayeed, Shariful Islam, Md. Ahaduzzaman, Sazeda Akter, Abdul Mannan, Mohammad Mahmudul Hassan, Ravi Dissanayake, Md. Ahasanul Hoque. “Risk factors and therapy for goat mastitis in a hospital- based case-control study in Bangladesh” Preventive Veterinary Medicine (Volume 124, 1 February 2016, Pages 52–57, available at doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2015.12.007) 2. Saroj Kumar Yadav; Md. Ahaduzzaman; Sudeb Sarker; Md. Abu Sayeed; Md. Ahasanul Hoque. “Epidemiological Survey of Fascioliasis in Cattle, Buffalo and Goat in Mahottari and Dhanusha, Nepal" The Journal of Advances in Parasitology (July 2015 | Volume 2 | Issue 3 | Page 5) 3. Md. Samun Sarker, Md. Ahaduzzaman, Md. Abu Sayeed, Rajib Sarker, Minhazul Abedin Nanno, Abdul Mannan and Mohammad Belayet Hossain “Comparison of some serum biochemical parameters between lactating and non- lactating dairy cows in selected dairy farms of Chittagong district of Bangladesh” Asian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, 2015, 1 (2),259-264;doi:10.3329/ajmbr.v1i2.25620 4. Md. Samun Sarker, Md. Ahaduzzaman, Saurav Kumar Ghosh, Md. Abu Sayeed, Md. Akramul Bary. “Cross-Sectional Survey on Prescribing Patterns for Food Animal Medications in Bangladesh” Journal of Dairy, Veterinary & Animal Research, Volume 3 Issue 4 – 2016. 5. Md. Samun Sarker; Arup Sen; Md. Ahaduzzaman; Md. Abu Sayeed; Zamila Bueaza Bupasha; Nasir Uddin (2015). “Prevalence, risk assessment and wound healing approach of myiasis in cattle and goat”. Journal of Parasitic Diseases (Submitted) Poster Presentation in Scientific Conferences: Abu Sayeed; Poster and Abstract presentation in 8th One Health Bangladesh Conference @ 29-31 March, 2015 on “Investigation of Heavy Metals in Water and Dairy Milk of Chittagong and Chandpur Districts of Bangladesh”. Published in Abstract Book, (http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/FAOcountries/Bangladesh/News/A bstract_Book_8OHBC__Reconst_.pdf)

5. 5 of 5| P a g e Professional References Sawkat Anwer DMVH, Ph.D Professor and Associate Dean Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine Administration Building, Grafton, USA Phone: (508) 839-8788 e-mail- sawkat.anwer@tufts.edu Dr. Nitish Chandra Debnath Professor of Microbiology Ex-Vice Chancellor Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University Cell: +8801712079147 e-mail- Nitish.Debnath@fao.org Dr. Md. Ahasanul Hoque Professor (Epidemiology) Department of Medicine & Surgery Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Cell: +8801757796866 e-mail- md.hoque@my.jcu.edu.au Attachment  Letter of support Declaration I the undersigned certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this resume correctly describes my qualifications, my experiences and me. I understand that any willful misstatement described herein may lead to disqualification or dismissal, if employed. DR. Md. Abu Sayeed

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