|Sk. Istiaque Ahmed|
Department of Fisheries Resource Management
Faculty of Fisheries
Mr. Sk. Istiaque Ahmed is currently undergoing his PhD degree as a research student at Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute in the University of Tokyo (UTokyo), Japan. His present research question is basically based on Environmental DNA (e-DNA) which now a days has become a global research hot cake in the field of physical oceanography and open water resource management. Mr. Ahmed demonstrated proven efficacy in his arena of research by producing a number of national and international publications. He earlier investigated key research questions in the field of aquatic toxicology and on different fisheries management approaches ranging from the participatory socio-economic studies to the sophisticated controlled laboratory experiments.
Before joining as a faculty in this university, he achieved his B.Sc. Fisheries (Honours) degree and MS in Fisheries Management degree with distinct merit position and by depicting excellent academic records from one of the most renowned agricultural universities in south-east Asia namely Bangladesh Agricultural University.
Despite being a young researcher, he has enormous thirst for exploring new ideas of aquatic environmental management and biodiversity conservation. On top of that, as an academician he is very much enthusiastic in delivering lectures on contemporary topics of Fisheries science. He has a passion in counselling university students in critical real life situations and national issues.
Mr. Ahmed is very much hopeful to produce something very valuable and new interesting findings at his higher study abroad and is well committed to disseminate his acquired knowledge for the assurance in maintaining continuous development in country’s fisheries sector after coming back in Bangladesh.
|•||Assistant Professor in Fisheries Resource Management, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from April 30, 2017 to Present|
|•||Lecturer in Fisheries Resource Management, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from April 30, 2015 to April 29, 2017|
|Course Name||Course Code||Department|
|Fisheries Research and Planning||FRP-401||Faculty of Fisheries|
|Aquatic Biodiversity and Conservation||ABC-302||Faculty of Fisheries|
|Aquatic Soil Science||ASS-102||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
|Course Name||Course Code||Department|
|Research Methods, Concept and Design||RCD-501||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
|Fisheries Biodiversity||FBI-502||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
|Mangroves Conservation and Restoration||MCR- 502||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
|Ecology of Fishes||ECF-501||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
|Aquatic Soil Management||ASM-501||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
|Community Based Fisheries Management||CBM-502||Department of Fisheries Resource Management|
1) PhD in Physical Oceanography (On-going) at The University of Tokyo (UTokyo), Japan.
2) MS in Fisheries Management, Dept. of Fisheries Management, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh ( June, 2015)
3) B.Sc. Fisheries (Hons.), Faculty of Fisheries, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh ( Session - 2009-10)
1) Awardee of prestigious Japanese Govt. Scholarship (MEXT) recommended by Embassy of Japan (EoJ) in Bangladesh
2) Securing first position in MS in Fisheries Management degree
3) Primary, Junior school, SSC and HSC talentpool board scholarships recipient.
National Science and Technology (NST) fellowship for carrying out MS research
Impacts of Sumithion on Hematological Parameters, and Histo-Architecture of Intestine and Gonad in Zebrafish, Dept. of Fisheries Management, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh.
1) Hossain MI, Rahman MS, Amin AKMR, Ahmed SI, Shahjahan M (2019). Effects of sumithion on growth and production of phytoplankton and zooplankton in aquaculture ponds. Iranian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 18 (2): 307-318.
2) Ahmed SI, Zahangir MM, Haque F, Ahmmed MK, Shahjahan M (2016). Alteration of blood glucose and hemoglobin levels in zebrafish exposed to sumithion. Progressive Agriculture, 27 (2): 228-234.
3) Ahmed SI, Ahmmed MK, Ghosh SK, Islam MM and Shahjahan M (2015). Histo-architectural changes of intestinal morphology in zebra fish (Danio rerio) exposed to sumithion. Research in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, 2(3): 499-506.
4) Ahmmed MK, Ahmmed F, Kabir KA, Faisal M, Ahmed SI, Ahsan MN (2017). Biochemical impacts of salinity on the catfish, Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch, 1974), and possibility of their farming at low saline water. Aquaculture Research, 1-11.
5) Ghosh SK, Ahsan MK, Ahmmed MK, Ahmed SI, Hasan MM, Kamal M (2016). Catch assessment of artisanal marine fishing gears in Coxs Bazar and Teknaf of Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, 27 (2): 228-234.
6) Ghosh SK, Ahmmed MK, Ahmed SI, Ahsan MK, Kamal M (2015). Study on the socio-economic conditions of the fishermen in Teknaf. Research in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, 2(3): 483-489.
1) Served as Principal Investigator on a project entitled Fish Biodiversity Status of Halda River to Identify its Threatened Species funded by University Grant Commission (UGC), Bangladesh
2) Served as Co- Investigator on a project entitled Assessment of toxic heavy metal accumulation in different organs of fishes and observation of their growth performance funded by ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.
Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), The University of Tokyo (UTokyo), Japan.