Prof. Md Moklesur Rahman SarkerProfessor
State University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Ph.D. in Immunopharmacology from Okayama University, Japan
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Prof. Dr. Md. Moklesur Rahman Sarker is a Professor and Head of Academic & Research Affairs, Department of Pharmacy, State University of Bangladesh. In addition, he is the founder President and CEO of Health Med Science Research Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He served as the Director of Institutional Quality Assurance Cell of the University (a program of Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh). He is the Chairman of Institutional Animal Ethics Committee and Executive Member of Human Ethics Committee of the State University of Bangladesh. Prof. Moklesur has 19 years’ of colourful working experiences in different academic and research institutions in home and abroad. Before joining to State University of Bangladesh, he worked as a Research Fellow and Principal Investigator of two High Impact Research Projects in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya. He also served in Lincoln University College Malaysia holding several important academic and research positions including- Associate Professor and Head of Pharmacology Department in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Coordinator for Post-Graduate Program in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Chairman of Animal Ethics Committee, and Head of Animal Experimental Unit of the University. Prior to this, he served as an Assistant Professor and Head of Pharmacy Department in the Daffodil International University and also worked in national and multinational Pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh with different capabilities including Research & Development of pharmaceutical products. Prof. Moklesur obtained his PhD degree in Immunopharmacology from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Okayama University Japan in the year 2010. Prof Moklesur has published 63 articles in peer reviewed journals including high impact factor journals. His research interests include- diabetes & antidiabetic agents, immunomodulating agents, cancer & anticancer agents, lipid lowering/antiobesity agents, Prophetic medicines, phytomedicines/herbal medicines, functional foods & nutraceuticals, antibiotics/antimicrobial drugs resistance, rational use of drugs, substandard/adulterated/counterfeit drugs, impact of food adulteration on public health.