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Izumo Shi, Shimane Prefecture, Japan
Posted:
February 28, 2020

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ASHIQ MAHMOOD RAFIQ

Tenjin shukusha ****, Tenjin-cho 233-2

Izumo-shi 693-0005, Shimane, Japan.

Cell: +81-80-455*-****

E-mail: adb1ye@r.postjobfree.com, adb1ye@r.postjobfree.com OBJECTIVE:

I would like to be engaged in teaching and research profession dealing brain, maxillofacial bones, muscles and tissues, general developmental organs and abnormalities related experimental works, techniques, and approaches for human health related issues. I was exposed to the intensive theoretical and practical background on Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Anatomy and Developmental Biology, and Biological Science related subjects.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Nationality: Bangladeshi

Sex: Male

Date of birth: January 3, 1981

Marital status: Married

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

April, 2008

March, 2012

Doctor of Philosophy

(PhD)

Department of Developmental

Biology, Faculty of Medicine,

Shimane University, Japan

October, 2007

March, 2008

Research Student

Department of Developmental

Biology, Faculty of Medicine,

Shimane University, Japan

October, 1999

February, 2004

Bachelor of Dental Surgery

(BDS)

University Dental College and

Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh

EMPLOYMENT / TRAINING:

April, 2019

March, 2020

April, 2014

March, 2019

Researcher

Assistant Professor

Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of

Medicine, Shimane University,

Japan

Center for the Promotion of Project

Research, Organization for Research

(Congenital Anomalies Research

Center)

Department of Developmental

Biology, Faculty of Medicine,

Shimane University, Japan

April, 2012

March, 2014

Postdoctoral Researcher Department of Developmental Biology, Faculty of Medicine,

Shimane University, Japan

August, 2007

March, 2008

Foreign Researcher Department of Oral and

Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of

Medicine, Shimane University,

Japan

January, 2006

February, 2007

Full Time Residential

Doctor

Yamagata Dhaka Friendship

Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh

March, 2004

December, 2005

Part Time Doctor

Yamagata Dhaka Friendship

Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh

July, 2005

December, 2005

Medical Doctor

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib

Medical University (BSMMU),

Dhaka, Bangladesh

May, 2004

April, 2005

Internee Doctor

University Dental College and

Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES AND LABORATORY SKILLS:

● X-ray related techniques: Micro-CT scan of various organs of animal model.

● Surgical techniques: Exo utero surgery technique, Jaw movement restriction by suturing both jaw, Application of chemical marker into tongue and Microinjection into brain using exo utero surgery methods in prenatal period.

● Molecular Biology related techniques: Genomic DNA extraction and purification, RNA extraction, cDNA synthesis, Genotyping, PCR, Sequence PCR, DNA sequencing, Gel electrophoresis and so on.

● Immunological techniques: Immunohistochemistry including whole mount.

● Chemical Characterization related techniques: SEM, Confocal Microscopy.

● Embedding of tissues into paraffin.

● Animal Handling and maintenance including mouse, opossum. ADDITIONAL SKILLS:

● Proficiency in writing of scientific papers and in presenting on English.

● Excellent computer skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop, ImageJ, and other soft wares.

● Proficient in speaking on English.

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS:

April, 2011 March, 2012 Rotary Yoneyama Foundation Scholarship April, 2009 March, 2011 Honor’s Scholarship

SOCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS:

1. Organized a seminar on Congenital Anomalies for Comprehensive Research. 2. Organized an open seminar to create a healthy next generation. 3. Organized an open seminar on lifestyle-related diseases which usually begins from the womb, and why it is important to take folic acid and proper nutrition. 4. Volunteer participation as a teaching member in English Conversation Salon with Japanese citizens.

PUBLICATIONS:

1. Development of the smooth muscle layer in the ileum of mouse embryos and human embryos and fetuses.

Rafiq AM, Jahan E, Matsumoto A, Otani H.

Submitted.

2. Maternal undernutrition during early pregnancy inhibits postnatal growth of the tibia in the female offspring of rats by alteration of chondrogenesis. Kimura T, Hino K, Kono T, Takano A, Nitta N, Ushio N, Hino S, Takase R, Kudo M, Daigo Y, Morita W, Nakao M, Nakatsukasa M, Tamagawa T, Rafiq AM, Matsumoto A, Otani H, Udagawa J.

General and Comparative Endocrinology 260: 58-66, 2018. 3. Interkinetic nuclear migration in the tracheal and esophageal epithelia of the mouse embryo: Possible implications for tracheo-esophageal anomalies. Kaneda R, Saeki Y, Getachew D, Matsumoto A, Furuya M, Ogawa N, Motoya T, Rafiq AM, Jahan E, Udagawa J, Hashimoto R, Otani H.

Congenital Anomalies 58: 62-70, 2018.

4. Interkinetic nuclear migration in the mouse embryonic ureteric epithelium: Possible implication for congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract. Motoya T, Ogawa N, Nitta T, Rafiq AM, Jahan E, Furuya M, Matsumoto A, Udagawa J, Otani H.

Congenital Anomalies 56: 127-134, 2016.

5. In utero and exo utero fetal surgery on histogenesis of organs in animals. Jahan E, Rafiq AM, Otani H.

World Journal of Surgical Procedures 5: 198-207, 2015. 6. Fetal jaw movement affects Ihh signaling in mandibular condylar cartilage development: The possible role of Ihh as mechanotransduction mediator. Jahan E, Matsumoto A, Rafiq AM, Hashimoto R, Inoue T, Udagawa J, Sekine J, Otani H.

Archives of Oral Biology 59: 1108-1118, 2014.

7. In Vivo Analysis of Arg Gly Asp Sequence/Integrin α5β1 Mediated Signal Involvement in Embryonic Enchondral Ossification by Exo Utero Development System. Inoue T, Hashimoto R, Matsumoto A, Jahan E, Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Hatta T, Otani H.

Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 29: 1554-1563, 2014. 8. Mathematical Analysis of Mandibular Morphogenesis by Micro CT Based Mouse and Alizarin Red S Stained Based Human Studies During Development. Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Matsumoto A, Sekine J, Otani H. The Anatomical Record 295: 313-327, 2012.

9. Effects of restriction of fetal jaw movement on prenatal development of the temporalis muscle.

Jahan E, Matsumoto A, Udagawa J, Rafiq AM, Hashimoto R, Rahman OIF, Habib H, Sekine J, Otani H.

Archives of Oral Biology 55: 919-927, 2010.

PRESENTATIONS LIST OF THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES:

1. Mathematical analysis of mandibular morphogenesis by micro-CT-based study during development.

Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Matsumoto A, Sekine J, Otani H. The 57

th

Annual Congress of the Japan Section of the International College of Surgeons; Nagoya, Japan, June 25, 2011.

2. Mandibular morphogenesis by 3-D study & mathematical analysis of its fetal and neonatal development.

Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Matsumoto A, Sekine J, Otani H. The 50

th

Annual Congress of the Japanese Teratology Society; Awaji, Japan, July 8-10, 2010.

3. Mathematical analysis of mandibular morphogenesis by 3-D study during prenatal development.

Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Sekine J, Otani H. The 56

th

Annual Congress of the Japan Section of the International College of Surgeons; Tokyo, Japan, June 12, 2010.

4. Mathematical analysis of mandibular morphogenesis during its prenatal and postnatal development.

Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Sekine J, Otani H. The 115

th

Annual Congress of the Japanese Association of Anatomists; Morioka, Japan, March 28-30, 2010.

5. Mathematical analysis of prenatal and postnatal development of the mandible: 3-D study of morphogenesis.

Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Sekine J, Otani H. The 64

th

Annual Congress of the Chugoku-Shikoku Region of the Japanese Association of Anatomists; Kochi, Japan, October 24-25, 2009.

6. 3-D study of morphogenesis of mandible; mathematical analysis of its prenatal and postnatal development.

Rafiq AM, Udagawa J, Lundh T, Jahan E, Sekine J, Otani H. The 55

th

Annual Congress of the Japan Section of the International College of Surgeons; Tokyo, Japan, July 4, 2009.

REFERENCES:

1. Hiroki Otani, MD, PhD

Professor

Department of Developmental Biology

Faculty of Medicine, Shimane University

89-1 Enya-cho, Izumo-shi 693-8501

Shimane, Japan.

Tel: +81-***-**-****

E-mail: adb1ye@r.postjobfree.com

2. Jun Udagawa, MD, PhD

Professor

Division of Anatomy and Cell Biology

Department of Anatomy

Shiga University of Medical Science

Otsu 520-2192

Shiga, Japan.

Tel: +81-77-548-****

E-mail: adb1ye@r.postjobfree.com

3. Toshihisa Hatta, MD, PhD

Professor

Department of Anatomy

Kanazawa Medical University

1-1 Daigaku, Uchinada

Ishikawa 920-0293, Japan.

Tel: +81-76-218-****

E-mail: adb1ye@r.postjobfree.com



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