As a teacher, I consider two factors. These are PATIENCE and UNDERSTANDING. I prefer visual and hands-on teaching method rather than audio approach. My understanding remains useless, until and unless I recover what have taught. My target is to get the residual knowledge from students.
More than Seventeen (17) years of experience as a Medical Biochemist as well as teaching/research in a medical school environment, which includes pre-analytical works for laboratory testing, application of test methods and instrumentation, construction and analysis of standard curves for different Biochemical test methods, maintenance of QC, interpretation of test results, and consultation with physicians. Teaching duties include conducting undergraduate medical school classes. Research duties include research in Diabetes, Thyroid disorders and endocrine-related disciplines.
OBJECTIVE: General, Math, biochemistry and Science.
17+ years experience as a Medical Biochemist as well as teaching/research in a medical school environment, which includes pre-analytical works for laboratory testing, application of test methods and instrumentation, interpretation of test results, and consultation with physicians. Teaching duties include conducting undergraduate medical school classes. Research duties include research in Diabetes, Thyroid disorders and endocrine-related disciplines. Published and presented research papers in International journals, seminars and conferences.
International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS),
Comparable Education Level in Ontario (ICAS File No: (concealed information))
First Professional Degree in Medicine
Ontario College Diploma (honours) 2014
Chemical Laboratory Technician, Seneca College, Toronto
Core Subject: Industrial Microbiology, Cell biology, Biochemistry and Analytical chemistry
Ontario College Certificate (honours) 2012
Applied Science Technology, Seneca College, Toronto
Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Clinical Biochemistry
Bangladesh Institute of Research, Rehabilitation in Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders (BIRDEM), (under) Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Bangladesh, 2001
Thesis: Insulin Resistance & Insulin Secretory Dysfunction in Obese Bangladeshi Type 2 Diabetics Subjects
Biostatistics, Physical Chemistry, Elementary Biophysics, Basic Biochemistry, Metabolism, Nutrition & Vitamins, Hormones, Fluids & Electrolytes, Acid-base Balance and Disorders, Medical Genetics, Clinical Biochemistry, Clinical Endocrinology & Microbiology.
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Chittagong Medical College, (under) Chittagong University, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 1990
Prestige Healthcare College, Etobicoke Sept-Oct 2014
Provided one-on-one counseling service to students on an appointment
Assessed and referred students for proper program placement
4/04 to 8/11 Consultant Biochemist, Ultra Assay Diagnostics, Chittagong, Bangladesh
4/04 to 8/11 Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Clinical Biochemistry, CMOS General Hospital
01/94 to 12/02 Asst. Prof., Dept. of Physiology & Biochemistry, USTC
11/90 to 10/91 Internee Doctor, Medicine/Surgery Dept., Ctg. Medical College Hospital
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assistant/Associate Professor (January 1994 to August 2011):
• Prepare and deliver lecture to students through lectures, discussions, audio-visual presentations and laboratory
• Conduct laboratory sessions and discussion groups
• Prepare, administer and grade tests, term papers and laboratory reports
• Evaluate progress of students and discuss results with College officials
• Participate in staff meetings, educational conferences and professional workshops
• Direct research programs of graduate students and advise on research matters
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and SPSS Proficient in Internet-based Research, Literature Survey& E-mailing
American Diabetes Association (ADA), Professional Section, 2001-2002
European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), Member 2003-2004
AWARDS (Full list available upon request)
Awarded as Young Investigator’s Award to participate the ‘22nd World Congress of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 2003’, in Busan, South Korea.
Awarded AACC International Travel Grant by Van Slyke Foundation to participate the 19th International Congress of Clinical Chemistry (ICCC) and American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Meeting in 2005, in Orlando, Florida, USA.
REFERENCES: Available upon request
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