Dr. Ashfaqul Muid Khandaker obtained his PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics from the Izmir Institute of Technology in the field of Mitochondrial metabolism and cell aging in 2016. Dr. Muid has been a faculty member at the University of Dhaka since 2017 where he is currently an Assistant Professor at the branch of Genetics and Molecular Biology, Department of Zoology, University of Dhaka.
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|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Ph.D.||Molecular Biology and Genetics||Izmir Institute of Technology||Turkey||2016|
|Masters||Genetics and Molecular Biology (Zoology)||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2010|
|Bachelor||Zoology||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2008|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Research Fellow||TUBITAK||Turkey||02, Feb 2012||02-09-2016|
|Journal Editor (board member)||International Journal of Zoology and Animal Biology||International||Currently Working|
|Journal Editor (board member)||Journal: Microbial Bioactives||Australia||Currently Working|
For more details about Dr. Muid's research please move to the website www.muidresearchgroup.com
|Advanced Gateway Cloning||
The GATEWAY Cloning Technology is based on the site-specific recombination system used by phage l to integrate its DNA in the E. coli chromosome. Both organisms have specific recombination sites called attP in phage l site and attB in E. coli. The integration process (lysogeny) is catalyzed by 2 enzymes: the phage l encoded protein Int (Integrase) and the E. coli protein IHF (Integration Host Factor). Upon integration, the recombination between attB (25 nt) and attP (243 nt) sites generate attL (100 nt) and attR (168 nt) sites that flank the integrated phage l DNA
|Molecular Biology of Aging|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|Masters||The role of DNA repair genes on life span determination||Dr. Ashfaqul Muid||Ismat Jahan Anee||
Molecular Biology of Cellular Aging
|Masters||Mitochondrial targeted genes and human genetic disease||Dr. Ashfaqul Muid Khandaker||Nazela Ahmed Chowdhury||
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|Insect Biotechnology||Bio-molecular characterization, assessment and evaluation of some candidate pest||University Grand Commission (UGC), Bangladesh.||01-09-2018||27-09-2019||University of Dhaka|
|Agricultural Biotechnology||Cloning and expression of delta-endotoxin “cry genes” into yeast system to produ||Ministry of Education, Bangladeh||01-01-2018||01-01-2019||University of Dhaka|
|Aging Biology||The role of DNA repair genes on cellular life span determination||University Grand Commission (UGC), Bangladesh.||01-01-2018||01-01-2019||University of Dhaka|
Center for Advanced Research in Science (CARS)
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Expire Year|
|1||Zoological Society of Bangladesh||Scientific||2018|
|2||Molecular Biology Association of Turkey||Scientific||2014|
Ashraf Uddin, Ashfaqul Muid K and Nadira Akther and Milon Kanti 'BIOLOGY' (NCTB approved text book for Higher secondary School). Dhaka: Lecture publications Ltd. Dhaka, 2017 .
Ashfaqul Muid Khandaker : Stem Cell Diversity and Therapeutic Aspects of Hyperglycemia., J Embryol Stem Cell Res , vol.4 , no.1 , 2020 .
Khandaker Ashfaqul Muid and Ahmet Koc : Mitochondrial targeted AFG3 abolishment triggers higher mitochondrial membrane potential (ΔΨm) in young Yeast, Microbial Bioactives , vol.3 , no.1 , pp.120-126 , 2020 .
Sristy Saha, Zannatul Ferdous, Hawa Jahan, Ashfaqul Muid Khandaker, Reza Md. Shahjahan and Rowshan Ara Begum : Polymorphic loci analysis of 16s ribosomal RNA gene of economically important marine lizardfish Bombay duck (Harpadon nehereus)., Bangladesh J. Zool , vol.47 , no.1 , pp.49-57 , 2019 .
Ashfaqul Muid Khandaker and Onder Kimyon; Shadat Hasan Reza; Huseyin Caglar Karakaya and Ahmet Koc. : Characterization of long living Yeast deletion mutants that lack mitochondrial metabolism genes DSS1, PPA2 and AFG3, Gene (impact factor:2.5) , pp.706:172-180 , 2019 .
Ashfaqul Muid Khandaker : The Biology and Genetics of Electric Organ of Electric Fishes., International Journal of Zoology and Animal Biology , vol.5 , no.1 , 2018 .
Khandaker, A. M. and A. Koc : Deletion of mitochondrial inorganic pyrophosphatase gene extends life span in haploid yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), J. biodivers. conserv. bioresour. Manag. , pp.3(2):69-76 , 2017 .
Muid K.A and Karakaya H.Ç. and Koc A : Absence of superoxide dismutase activity causes nuclear DNA fragmentation during the aging process, Biochem Biophys Res Commun. (impact factor:2.5) , pp.444(2):260-263 , 2014 .
K. A. Muid and R. M. Shahjahan, R. Begum and R. A. Begum : Zinc Phosphide Induced DNA Damage in the Blood Cells of Gallus sp. using Comet DNA Assay, American Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences. (impact factor:1) , pp.7(1):82-87 , 2012 .
Muid K.A. and Karakaya H.Ç. and Koc A "Deletion of mitochondrial metabolism genes PPA2, DSS1 and AFG3 affects mitochondrial morphology and function that harbor life span prolongation." International Congress of Molecular Biology Izmir, Turkey: 2014 .
|International||Fellowship||2012||Turkey||PhD research fellowship from Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, TUBITAK (2012~2016 sep)|
|International||Govt. Scholarship||2010||Turkey||Turkish Government scholarship (Selection from Ministry of education, Bangladesh.2010~2012)|
|National||Scholarship||2008||Bangladesh||Scholarship from Dhaka University Alumni Association for becoming first in B.Sc (Genetic & Molecular Biology) examination (2008).|
|Local||Best Cadet||2003||Bangladesh||Rewarded as the best student in the institution of Rajshahi Cadet College, Bangladesh (2003).|
|National||Scholarship||2000||Bangladesh||Scholarship from Education Board, Bangladesh, for becoming 12th place in the Secondary School Certificate examination (2000)|