Professor Nobumichi Kobayashi, Head of the Department of Hygiene, Sapporo Medical University, Japan is visiting The Department of Microbiology, Mymensingh Medical College.
As a part of the continuing collaborative research activities, Professor Nobumichi Kobayashi is currently at The Department of Microbiology, Mymensingh Medical College. He arrived on the 17th January, 2014 for his 7 days visit, up to the 23rd instant, to supervise a PhD student, Dr. Salma Ahmed, Associate Professor of this department, under JSPS RONPAKU PhD program. He will also supervise the activities of Dr. Rajib Ahmed, Dr. Masud Ahmed, Dr. Shamsunnahar Jolly and Dr. Faria Ferdousi, in their researches on various aspects of medical Microbiology including Rotavirus and MRSA.
Professor Nobumichi Kobayashi, Head of the Department of Hygiene, Sapporo Medical University, Japan is an esteemed scientist with global reputation. He has original contribution in the field of Rotavirus, Drug resistance bacteria eg, MRSA, ESBL, Enterococcus including VRE and so on. He started collaborative researches with Microbiology, MMC since 2005 and visits us at least once a year and sometimes twice also. This is his 11th visit since 2005.
Ever since the commencement of the unyielding collaborative activities, The Department of Microbiology, MMC has many joint researches with Sapporo Medical University, in particular, with Professor Nobumichi Kobayashi, on Rotavirus, MRSA, Puerperal infection, Genital Chlamydiasis, Diarrheagenic Esch. coli, Enteric Fever, MDR, Kala-azar including PKDL and so on. The fields of collaboration is increasing day by day.
During his every visit to MMC, Professor Nobumichi Kobayashi inspiringly extends his vast knowledge, prodigious skills and stupendous expertise - gathered over many years of cutting-edge research activities in the realm of Medical Microbiology, to our faculty members, PG students and technologists. His benevolent contribution to materialize PCR and other molecular techniques at The Department of Microbiology, MMC will ever be cherished with utter adoration. Moreover, he is also very generous to provide precious reagents and technological supports for the research works conducted by the department.
In this connection, it is worth mentioning here, Dr. Shyamal Kumar Paul, now Associate Professor of this department, obtained PhD in 2010, under his supervision through the JSPS RONPAKU PhD program. In this program a student works for 9 months in Bangladesh and 1-3 months in Japan. Older>>
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