Md. Shahin Parvez
Aquaculture, Fish Nutrition, Fish Disease
PhD (ongoing) – Khulna University, Bangladesh
MSc in Aquaculture (2013) – Khulna University
BSc (Honours) in Fisheries (2011) – Khulna University.
Thesis Workings (As a student during the entire higher education tenure)
Undergraduate Thesis Title: “Determination of In Vivo Protein Digestibility of Different Feed Ingredients for Clarias batrachus (Magur)”.
Master’s Thesis Title: Genetic variation inferred from Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprinting in tilapia of five different hatcheries.
Ph.D Thesis Title (Ongoing, Part time): Multiplex PCR-based rapid screening of white spot virus and pathogenic bacteria in shrimp for increased farm productivity and export performance.
Special Training or course attended
Ø Successfully completed Training on “Induction for the Beginners” organized by Center of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), Khulna University (25 February, 2017).
Ø Successfully completed Training on “Pedagogy Module I: Teaching and Learning” organized by Center of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Khulna University (11-13 June, 2015).
Ø Successfully completed Training on “Pedagogy Module II: Teaching, Learning and Assessment” organized by Center of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), Khulna University (30-31 December, 2016).
Ø Successfully completed Hands-on Training entitled “Principle and Application of PCR for Shrimp WSSV Detection” organized by FMRT Discipline of Khulna University (26-28 December, 2013).
List of Research Publications (National/international peer-reviewed full/short articles/abstract)
1. Khanom, M., Golder, J., Chisty, M. A., Debnath, S., Arafat, S. T. and Parvez, M. S. (2017). Protein digestibility determination of different feed ingredient for Tilapia, Oreocromis mossamibcus using in vivo technique. International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB), 5(4): 31-36
2. Mostafa, M., Sarower, M. G., Al-Imran, Parvez, M. S. and A.F.M Hasanuzzaman (2016). Detection and culture feasibility of a soil nematode (Panagrellus redivivus), a potential live feed for prawn larvae in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 4(1&2): 31-37
3. Raseduzzaman, M., Sayeduzzaman, M., Shams, F., Parvez, M. S., Ahmed, M. U. and Sarower, M. G. (2016). Molecular Approach in Detection of Enterovirulent Escherichia coli Strains from Traditional Shrimp Farms of Bangladesh. American Journal of Life Science Researches, 4(2): 72-78
4. Hasan, M. M., Nahar, S., Arafat, S. T., Debnath, S., Parvez, M. S., Rahman, S. M. and Ahsan, M. N. (2016). Proximate composition of edible aquatic vegetables: A preliminary assessment of four species from Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, 13 (1): 49-53.
5. Parvez, M. S., Mohiuddin, M., Ahsan, M. N., Aktar, S. and Sultana, S (2015). Effect of Growth Promoter on the Total Bacterial Load in Anabas testudineus Culture Ponds (2015). Int. Journ. for Res. in App. Sci. & Eng. Tech. (IJRASET), 03 (1): 175-179.
6. Ahsan, M. N., Parvez, M. S., Rouf, M. A. and Akter, S (2014). Production performance of over-wintered freshwater giant prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) in polyculture with common carp (Cyprinus carpio) for an early crop. Journal of Research in Agriculture and Animal Science, 02(11): 7-13
7. Parvez, M. S., Chisty, M. A. H., Rahman, S. M., Ahsan, M. N., Debnath, S. and Ahmed, M. U. (2013). Determination of in vivo protein digestibility of different feed ingredients for walking catfish, Clarias batrachus. International Research Journal of Applied Life Sciences (IRJALS), 2(5), p. 1 – 9.
8. Parvez, M. S., Saha, S. R., Debnath, S. and Ahsan, M. N. (2017). Effect of Echerichia coli fortification in tilapia reared in indoor static water system. 14th Annual Scientific Conference-2017 of Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Science University. pp. 21-24.
9. Parvez, M. S. and Ahsan M. N. (2016). Development of a multiplex PCR protocol using novel primer for rapid detection of white spot syndrome virus in shrimp. Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum. 2016. Book of Abstract. 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference & Research Fair 2016. BFRF, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pp. 68
10. Parvez, M. S. and Ahsan M. N. (2016). Optimization of DNA extraction protocol for rapid detection of WSSV in shrimp using non-patented bulk reagents. Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum. 2016. Book of Abstract. 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference & Research Fair 2016. BFRF, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pp. 69
Research Experiences (PI/Co-PI/Associate Researcher/Technical Expert)
Working as Principal Investigator entitled the project "Quality assessment and shelf life prediction of some selected fish products at variable low temperature storage conditions" funded by Pranti Aquacuture Limited under BANA project of WorldFish
Worked as Principal Investigator entitled the project “Analysis of critical water quality parameter(s) so as to relate with larval massive mortality pattern in prawn hatchery” funded by Khulna University Research Cell, Khulna University.
Worked as Associate Researcher entitled the project “Effectiveness of Probiotics Uses in Extensive Shrimp Farming” funded by Solidaridad Network Asia (SNA), Bangladesh with support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Worked as Research Associate entitled the project "Coping with shrimp white spot syndrome virus through application of PCR technology that employs non-patented bulk reagents affordable by the farmers” funded by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI) under IDRS-BFRI project.
Ø Presented the final findings of a research project entitled “Multiplex PCR-based rapid screening of white spot virus and pathogenic bacteria in shrimp for increased farm productivity and export performance” in the project completion workshop held on 02 February, 2017 at FMRT discipline
Ø Presented the final findings of a research project entitled “Mainstreaming of eccentric aquatic production system as a climate adaptive alternative livelihood strategy for the coastal community” in the project completion workshop held on 29th June, 2014 at FMRT discipline
Ø Presented the final findings of a research project entitled “Coping with shrimp white spot syndrome virus through application of PCR technology that employs non-patented bulk reagents affordable by the farmers” in the project completion workshop held on 30th December, 2013 at FMRT discipline