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Dr. Pankaj Chakraborty
Associate Professor
Department of Medicine and Surgery
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Co-ordinator
Advanced Studies & Research (CASR)


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Qualifications


Educational Qualifications
Degree Study PeriodPassed YearUniversity
PhD in Animal Genomics and Disease ResistanceSeptember 2011 -
October 2015
2015University of Edinburgh, UK
MS in MedicineJuly 2008- December 20092009CVASU
MS in Pathology June 2006- December 20072007Bangladesh Agricultural University
DVM1997-2002
 
2002 (Final exam held in 2005)
 
University of
Chittagong

Honours


Publications


    

1) P. Chakraborty, R Kuo, L Vervelde, BM Dutia, P Kaiser, J Smith (2019). Macrophages from susceptible and resistant chicken lines have different transcriptomes following Marek’s disease virus infection. Genes.10(2):74.

 2) P Chakraborty, L Vervelde, RG Dalziel, PS Wasson, V Nair, BM Dutia and P Kaiser (2017). Marek’s disease virus infection of phagocytes: a de novo in vitro infection model. Journal of General Virology. 98:1080-1088.

3) P Chakraborty, MS Pallab and MAM Prodhan (2015). Seroprevalence, associated risk factors and economic importance of bovine tuberculosis in Red Chittagong cattle in two selected upazillas of Chittagong district, Bangladesh.Wayamba Journal of Animal Science. 7:1244-1253.

4) P Chakraborty and MAM Prodhan (2015). Coprological prevalence of bovine fascioliasis, its epidemiology and economic significance in Chittagong district, Bangladesh. Livestock Research for Rural Development. 27(11):2015.

5) P Chakraborty, BD Nath, MR Islam and PM Das (2010). Comparative susceptibility of fayoumi, indigenous and white leghorn chicks to infectious bursal disease.ARPN Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science.5(6):27-34.

6) A Paul, SR Barua, P Chakraborty, MR Faruque and MM Amin (2009). Comparative efficacy of a conventional and newly developed fowl cholera vaccine in commercial layer chickens.Bangladesh Journal of Microbiology. 26(1&2):15-19.

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