Dr. Md. Aminul Islam
Academic Institution: Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh
Research Filed: Veterinary Medicine, Epidemiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics
Research Interest: Immunogenomics; Transcriptomics; Bioinformatics; Probiotic lactobacilli; Host-microbes interactions; Epidemiology, Immunocompetence, and genetic
resistance of animal infectious diseases: mastitis, FMD, PPR etc.
Institutional contact: Professor, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202.
Personal Website: https://vm.bau.edu.bd/profile/VM1009
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=list_works&hl=en&user=XLSaj2kAAAAJ
Dr. Md. Aminul Islam is serving as a Professor of Veterinary Medicine, Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Dr. Islam has recently finished his JSPS postdoctoral program in the Lab of Animal Products Chemistry, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. Dr. Islam earned his PhD in immunogenomics from the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany. His PhD project focused on integrated microRNA and mRNA transcriptome profiling of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) following Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus vaccination in pigs. He gained Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) qualification from BAU, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Dr. Islam obtained two master& degrees; first masters was from BAU, Bangladesh and the second masters was from the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium. Dr Islam teaches infectious and zoonotic diseases of farm animals, epidemiology and immunology. His research interests focused on epidemiology, immunogenomics and bioinformatics of infectious diseases. Dr Islam published more than 50 research articles in peer-reviewed Scopus-indexed impact factor journals. His h-index is 18, i10-index is 29. Dr. Islam have been performed research and published scientific articles with very multinational collaborators from Japan, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, South Africa, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Australia, USA, Argentina, and Chile. Dr. Islam with his team has been contributed to NCBI-GEO database with series of Microarray/NGS-based whole transcriptome dataset: GSE84516; GSE84347; GSE78254; GSE141695; GSE139612.
Dr. Islam is a registered veterinary practitioner and love to deal with clinical cases of dairy cattle and goats.
Awards and Recognition:
- Best Publication Award, Bangladesh Agricultural University Teachers Association, January 2019, BAU, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
- FEMS Congress Attendance Grant to attend the FEMS 2019 at Glasgow, Scotland.
- Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) fellowship for postdoctoral research for the year of 2018-2019, Tohoku University, Japan.
- Faculty Prize 2017 for best research publication from doctoral thesis, June 2017. Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn, Germany.
- RIPROSAT travel grant 2013, Alumni Association of ITM, Antwerp, to attend the 14th Congress of AITVM, 2013, Johannesburg, South Africa.
- Young scientist best presentation award 2012 for a oral presentation in 19 th annual scientific conference of Bangladesh Society for Veterinary Education and Research, 2013, AU
- Directorate General for Developmental Cooperation (DGDC) fellowship 2011-12 for conducting MSc. at ITM, Antwerp, Belgium.
- University Gold Medal award for securing A+ grade in MS in Medicine, BAU
- University prize award for securing highest CGPA in bachelor (DVM degree), BAU
- Professor Dr. Abdus Salam Mia trust Gold Medal award in recognition of securing highest CGPA in bachelor (DVM degree), BAU
- National Science and Information & Communication Technology (NSICT) Fellowship 2009-2010, GoB.
- Board member, Bangladesh Medical Research Council (BMRC) for the year 2022-2025, Dhaka.
1. Islam MA, Albarracin L, Tomokiyo M, Valdes JC, Sacur J, Vizoso-Pinto MG, Andrade BGN, Cuadrat RRC, Kitazawa H, Villena J. Immuobiotic Lactobacilli improve resistance to respiratory epithelial cells to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Pathogens 2021, 10(9): 1197. [MDPI pub, IF: 3.49], PMID: 34578229, [Full-Text Link]
2. Islam MA, Rony SA, Kitazawa H and Rahman AKMA. Bayesian latent class evaluation of three tests for the screening of subclinical caprine mastitis in Bangladesh. Tropical Animal Health and Production 2020, 52(6): 2873-2881. [SpringerNature pub, IF: 1.56], PMID: 33040322, [Full-Text Link]
3. Islam MA, Rony SA, Rahman MB, Cinar MU, Villena J, Uddin MJ and Kitazawa H. Improvement of disease resistance in livestock: application of immunogenomics and CRISPR/Cas9 technology. Animals, 2020, 10(12): 2236. [review article] [MDPI pub, IF: 2.75] PMID: 33260762, [Full-Text Link]
4. Tada A † , Islam MA † , Kober AKMH † , Fukuyama K, Takagi M, Igata M, Albarracin L, Ikeda-Ohtsubo W, Miyazawa K, Yoda K, He F, Takahashi H, Villena J, Aso H, Kitazawa H. Transcriptome modifications in the porcine intramuscular adipocytes during adipogenesis and exogenous stimulation of TNF-a and serotonin. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2020, 21 (2): 638. [ † Equal contributions], [MDPI pub, IF: 5.92], PMID: 31963662, [Full-Text Link]
5. Raya TF, Islam MA, Vizoso-Pinto MG, Takahashi H, Kitazawa H, Villena J. Nasal priming with immunobiotic lactobacilli improves the adaptive immune response against influenza virus. International Immunopharmacology, 2020, 78:e106115, [Elsevier pub, IF: 3.93] PMID: 31841753, [Full-Text Link].
6. Islam MA, Takagi M, Fukuyama K, Komatsu R, Albarracin L, Nochi T, Suda Y, Ikeda-Ohtsubo W, Rutten V, Eden VW, Villena J, Aso H and Kitazawa H. Transcriptome analysis of inflammatory responses of bovine mammary epithelial cells: exploring immunomodulatory target genes for bovine mastitis. Pathogens 2020, 9(3):200. [MDPI pub, IF: 3.49], PMID: 32182886, [Full-Text Link]
7. Igata M † , Islam MA † , Tada A, Takagi M, Kober AKMH, Albarracin L, Aso H, Ikeda-Ohtsubo W, Miyazawa k, Yoda K, He F, Takahashi H, Villena J and Kitazawa H. Transcriptome Modifications in Porcine Adipocytes via Toll-like Receptors activation. Frontiers in Immunology 2019, 10: 1180. [ † Equal contributions], [Frontiers pub, IF: 7.56], PMID: 31191544, [Full-Text Link]
8. Islam MA, Neuhoff C, Rony SA, Grosse-Brinkhaus C, Uddin MJ, Hoelker M, Tesfaye D, Tholen E, Schellander K and Proll-Cornilissen MJ. PBMCs transcriptome profiles identified breed-specific transcriptome signatures for PRRSV vaccination in German Landrace and Pietrain pigs. PLoS ONE 2019, 14(9):e0222513. [PLOS pub, IF: 2.776], PMID: 31536525, [Full-Text Link].
9. Islam MA, Große-Brinkhaus C, Pröll MJ, Uddin MJ, Rony SA, Tesfaye D, Tholen E, Hoelker M, Schellander K and Neuhoff C. PBMC transcriptome profiles identifies potential candidate genes and functional networks controlling the innate and the adaptive immune response to PRRSV vaccine in Pietrain pig. PLoSONE, 2017, 12(3):e0171828. [PLOS pub, IF: 2.806], PMID: 28278192, [Full-Text Link]
10. Islam MA, Große-Brinkhaus C, Pröll MJ, Uddin MJ, Rony SA, Tesfaye D, TholenE, Hölker M, Schellander K and Neuhoff C. Deciphering transcriptome profiles of peripheral lood mononuclear cells in response to PRRSV vaccination in pigs. BMC Genomics 2016, 17 (1): 641. [SpringerNature pub, IF: 3.876], PMID: 27528396, [Full-Text Link]