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Md. Shiblur Rahaman

Md. Shiblur Rahaman
Jichi Medical University Japan · Environmental and Preventive Medicine

Ph.D. in Environmental Science
Investigating arsenic-induced cardiotoxicity using HUVECs and mice models.

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Introduction
Currently, I am investigating arsenic-induced cardiotoxicity using HUVECs and animal models at Jichi Medical University, Japan as a postdoctoral research fellow. I am interested in the field of Environmental Toxicology, Environmental Pollution and Human Health. I strongly believe in collaborative research and also very much interested in collaborations. Email: shiblu@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; shiblu.ju@gmail.com
Additional affiliations
July 2015 - present
Noakhali Science & Technology University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Teaching and Research
Education
October 2017 - September 2020
Hokkaido University
Field of study
  • Environmental Science Development

Publications

Publications (86)
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Arsenic is awfully toxic metalloid responsible for many human diseases all over the world. Contrastingly, D-pinitol is a naturally occurring bioactive dietary compound has antioxidant properties. The objective of this study is to elucidate the protective actions of D-pinitol on arsenic-induced cytotoxicity and explore its controlling role in biomol...
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Arsenic is a recognized highly toxic contaminant, responsible for numerous human diseases and affecting many millions of people in different parts of the world. Contrarily, curcumin is a natural dietary polyphenolic compound and the main active ingredient in turmeric. Recently it has drawn great attention due to its diverse biological activities, s...
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Arsenic is a well-known potent toxicant affecting people by causing various human diseases. Long-term exposure to arsenic has strong adverse health effects on liver and kidney disorders, and various forms of cancer. Contrarily, curcumin and D-pinitol are bioactive dietary compounds that have antioxidant properties. Both are used to treat a broad va...
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Arsenic is a well-recognized environmental contaminant that occurs naturally through geogenic processes in the aquifer. More than 200 million people around the world are potentially exposed to the elevated level of arsenic mostly from Asia and Latin America. Many adverse health effects including skin diseases (i.e., arsenicosis, hyperkeratosis, pig...
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Metals are ubiquitous in the environment due to huge industrial applications in the form of diffrent chemicals and from extensive mining activities. The frequent exposures to metals and metalloids are crucial for the human health. Trace metals are benefiial for health whereas non-essential metals are dangerous for the health and some are proven eti...
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Arsenic is a well-known natural toxic metalloid that has a long history of being a poison to humans. Arsenic contamination in groundwater and foodstuff in Bangladesh is one of the severe public health concerns. Even decade after the problem was identified, millions of people are still exposed to arsenic through their drinking water and food. Many a...
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Arsenic increased blood pressure in mice via enhancement of angiotensin II and inhibition of ACE2
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Arsenic increased blood pressure in mice via enhancement of angiotensin II and inhibition of ACE2
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Arsenic induces hypertension by suppressing the vasoprotective axes of the renin-angiotensin system.
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Arsenic induces hypertension by suppressing the vasoprotective axes of the renin-angiotensin system
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Certificate of Reviewing for Brain Research journal by Elsevier
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Biosorption is a convenient process for heavy metal remediation. In this study, banana peel was experimented to eliminate lead (Pb2+) from an aqueous solution following batch experiments. The functional groups of banana peel were identified by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The adsorption mechanism was studied by the Langmuir and F...
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Biosorption is a convenient process for heavy metal remediation. In this study, banana peel was experimented to eliminate lead (Pb2+) from an aqueous solution following batch experiments. The functional groups of banana peel were identified by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The adsorption mechanism was studied by the Langmuir and F...
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Certificate of Attendance from the 48th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Toxicology.
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Oral Presentation at The 48th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Toxicology at Kobe, Japan.
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Arsenic is a well-known environmental toxic metalloid responsible for many human diseases and affecting many millions of people all over the world. In the present investigation, the efficacy of curcumin, a naturally occurring polyphenol against arsenic-induced cytotoxic manifestations with insights into biomolecular mechanism/s has been studied in...
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"Certificate of Completion" This certificate is awarded to Md. Shiblur Rahaman for successfully completing the online course ACS Reviewer Lab
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The Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in Bangladesh play a fundamental role as a source of organic matter and carbon to the sea. Sources and characteristics of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and three trace metals arsenic (As), Iron (Fe), and Manganese (Mn) were investigated in these two rivers and their confluence round a year. In monthly collected wa...
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Oral presentation at XVI-th International Conference “Present Environment and Sustainable Development” Iași, Romania.
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Certificate of Attendance from the 16th International Conference on “Present Environment and Sustainable Development
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Certification of membership of the Japanese Society of Toxicology.
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Titanium is the only metal to which osteoblasts can adhere and on which they can grow and form bone tissue in vivo, resulting in a strong bond between the implant and living bone. This discovery provides the basis for the universal medical application of Ti. However, the biochemical mechanism of bond formation is still unknown. We aimed to elucidat...
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The Dhaleswari river is considered as one of the most important rivers of Bangladesh due to its geographical location and ecological services. But it is badly polluted by industrial activities. The present study attempts to evaluate the degree of heavy metal pollution, contamination, and accumulative behavior of the sediment of the Dhaleswari river...
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α-Lipoic acid (ALA) and its reduced form dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA) are endogenous dithiol compounds with significant antioxidant properties, both of which have the potential to detoxify cells. In this study, ALA (250 μM) and DHLA (50 μM) were applied to reduce metal (As, Cd, and Pb)-induced toxicity in PC12 and Caco-2 cells as simultaneous exposure...
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Invited talk at Winter School 2021 (Research and Academic Career) on "Searching Funding Opportunities" arranged by CRT (Turkey).
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In the present investigation, coagulation-flocculation and fenton process in conjunction with phytoremediation by water hyacinth (Eicchornia crassipes) were applied to treat the most frequently occurred contaminants in textile wastewater. The mean values of EC, TDS, turbidity, pH, DO, BOD, COD and TOC in the raw effluents were 2300 μSCm-1, 1260 mgL...
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Noakhali Pourashava is an important municipality in southern Bangladesh, faces severe waterlogging problems every year during the monsoon period. The present study aimed to investigate the major causes of waterlogging and its negative effects on life, from the viewpoint of people residing in different areas of Noakhali Pourashava, various governmen...
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Noakhali Pourashava is an important municipality in southern Bangladesh. This area faces severe waterlogging problem during the monsoon period every year and has become a regular and common phenomenon. The present study aimed to investigate the major causes of waterlogging and its negative effects on life, from the viewpoint of people residing in d...
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The presentation explains the inherent causes and effects of waterlogging in Noakhali Municipality, Bangladesh. It also discusses briefly the probable solution to the waterlogging problem.
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Untreated wastewater disposal from industries has been a crucial environmental issue for developing countries like Bangladesh. The current study aims to investigate the status of Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) and the quality of effluents in the Noakhali industrial area, Bangladesh. Total 10 industries were surveyed and the ETP status showed that a...
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Untreated wastewater disposal from industries has been a crucial environmental issue for developing countries like Bangladesh. The current study aims to investigate the status of Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) and the quality of effluents in the Noakhali industrial area, Bangladesh. The ETP status showed that about 30% of industries do not have ETP...
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Oral presentation at XV-th International Conference “Present Environment and Sustainable Development”
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This is to certify that Md. Shiblur Rahaman has successfully completed the e-Learning Course on Research Ethics offered by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
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Textile effluents contain complex characteristics with different physicochemical parameters and colorful dye. It is difficult to remove all types of pollutant using a specific treatment process. In this study adsorption filtration alone then Fenton process with sand-gravel mixed filtration and activated charcoal filtration was applied. Fenton proce...
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Web of Science Certification presented to Md. Shiblur Rahaman for Successfully completing 'Basic Series' of Web of Science Training and Certification Program 2020
Thesis
Arsenic toxicity and arsenic-related health consequences are major public health concerns and a global problem affecting countries on all five continents. Arsenic contamination in the aquatic environment due to natural sources and anthropogenic activities is posing a dreadful threat to human health. Both acute and chronic arsenic exposure through d...
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Workshop on A complete Guideline for Higher Study Abroad and Scholarship *How to write an Excellent Recommendation Letter*
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Arsenic is a well-known potent toxicant affecting people by causing various human diseases. Long-term exposure to arsenic has strong adverse health effects on liver and kidney disorders, and various forms of cancer. Contrarily, curcumin and D-pinitol are bioactive dietary compounds that have antioxidant properties. Both are used to treat a broad va...
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Persuaded by the necessity of reduction of toxicity, silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs) were synthesized from the reaction between AgNO3 solution and Mizuna (Brassica rapa var. japonica) leaf extract. This study aimed to investigate the role of synthesis temperature on particle properties. Thus, four synthesis-temperatures, 25 °C (room temperature), 60...
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Arsenic (As) is widely used in the modern industry, especially in the production of pesticides, herbicides, wood preservatives, and semiconductors. The sources of As such as contaminated water, air, soil, but also food, can cause serious human diseases. The complex mechanism of As toxicity in the human body is associated with the generation of free...
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Graduates of the Publons Academy pratical Peer Review have been endorsed by a qualified mentor after completing peer review course work corresponding to 10-15 hours. Publons, in accordance with the recommendation of the managing director, hereby recognize Md. Shiblur Rahaman as having completed the Publons Academy practical peer review course to...
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Curcumin is a well-known natural polyphenolic compound and main active component of spice turmeric. It has many important pharmaceutical properties against various human diseases including neurodegeneration. Although curcumin has excellent therapeutic potential against many human diseases, there is a critical issue regarding its low bioavailability...
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Microplastics are defined as small plastic pieces less than five millimeters long which can be harmful to ocean and aquatic life. Microplastic pollution has become a global environmental problem as it is widely distributed in the environment. In 2018, the theme of World Environment Day was selected as "beat plastic pollution" to address this global...
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Groundwater is an essential and valuable natural source of drinking water. But sometimes groundwater contains different types of chemical or biological substances which make water unsuitable for consumption. The quality of the groundwater varies in different location. The recent study emphasized on monitoring the present condition of groundwater in...
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This certifies that Md. Shiblur Rahaman has successfully completed every module within "Research collaborations" offered by Researcher Academy
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This certifies that Md. Shiblur Rahaman has successfully completed every module within "Fundamentals of peer review" offered by Researcher Academy
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This certificate of excellence certifies that Md. Shiblur Rahaman has successfully completed every module within "Going through peer review" offered by Researcher Academy
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Certificate from Harvard Medical School for participating in the enduring material titled "Coping with the Stress of Coronavirus"
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Harvard Medical School Certifies that Md. Shiblur Rahaman has participated in the enduring material titled "COVID-19 Impact on Infection Control, Preparedness and Cancer Patients"
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"Record of Achievement" COVID-19: Operational Planning Guidelines and COVID-19 Partners Platform to support country preparedness and response
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Record of Achievement for completing the course "Emerging respiratory viruses, including COVID-19: methods for detection, prevention, response and control" offered by WHO
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The essential and naturally occurring transition metal manganese (Mn) is present in the soil, water, air, and various foods. Manganese can accumulate in the brain if the Mn intake or exposure is excessive and this can result in neurotoxic effects. Manganese is important for the proper activation of different metabolic and antioxidant enzymes. There...
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Arsenic is a well-known natural environmental contaminant distributed in food, water, air, and soil. The developmental toxicity of arsenic exposure is a significant concern in large parts of the world. Unlike acute toxic exposure, the classical dose–response relationship is not adequate for estimating the possible impact of chronic low-level arseni...
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Microplastics and its effects
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Copper ions (Cu(II)) produced from various industries can lead to pollution at toxic levels, eventually finding its way into food chains and resulting in serious health impairment. Among different treatment technologies practiced, adsorption is unique in terms of its versatility and economic feasibility. Here, the removal of Cu(II) was examined usi...
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Metals are ubiquitous in the environment due to huge industrial applications in the form of different chemicals and from extensive mining activities. The frequent exposures to metals and metalloids are crucial for the human health. Trace metals are beneficial for health whereas non-essential metals are dangerous for the health and some are proven e...
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The study was conducted for assessing drinking water quality of groundwater sources in Noakhali. Total twelve water samples were collected from three different locations (NSTU Campus, Sonapur and Maijdee). Each sampling location consists of four separate sampling points. The sampling points were Bibi Khadiza Hall, Tong, Maa General Store, Rahat Tra...
Research Proposal
A Research Proposal under the theme of Urban Ecosystems in Megacities.
Presentation
Possibility and mitigation options of desalination by using common ice plants in saline water.
Research Proposal
Bay of Bengal receive large quantities of land-derived organic matter via rivers, both in dissolved and particulate forms, which have already undergone significant biogeochemical alterations on land. The relatively high stability and low nutritive value of this material enable its accumulation in the deep-sea water column and sediments [1]. The dis...
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In Rayer Bazaar, different industries like tannery, plastic, textile, battery recycling industry etc. are increasing rapidly without considering the environmental issues and deterioration. Since chromium (Cr) pollution of this area has been widely investigated due to the presence of tannery industries, this study was focused on examining other envi...
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Present study was designed to evaluate the physicochemical, biological and humic substances status of the Bangshi, Dhaleshwari and Padma rivers which are located at the central part of Bangladseh. These rivers were selected as study area due to the presence of different effluent discharging industries in surrounding areas as well as for their ecolo...
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Transformation of textile sludges into vermicomposts can convert these wastes into good quality manure. The present study investigate the feasibility of vermicomposting process to transform the textile sludge amended with cow dung in different ratio into value added products by using an epigeic earthworm Eisenia foetida. Seed germination bioassay a...
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The Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in Bangladesh play a fundamental role as a source of organic matter and carbon to the sea. Sources and characteristics of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), fluorescent dissolved organic matter (FDOM) and three trace metals (Arsenic, Iron, Manganese) were investigated in these two rivers and its confluence round a yea...
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The study comprised suitability assessment of groundwater of western peri-urban area of Khulna City Corporation (KCC) for drinking and irrigation use. A total of 40 groundwater samples representative of 4 different seasons were collected from 5 different sampling locations from Rayermahal to Sachibunia to analyse major physico-chemical parameters a...
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The Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in Bangladesh play a fundamental role as a source of irrigation and drinking water. In order to characterize the seasonal variability of surface water quality in these two rivers and its confluence, physicochemical parameters periodically measured at three sampling sites round a year. Analytical result of the physi...
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The Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in Bangladesh play a fundamental role as a source of irrigation and drinking water. In order to characterize the seasonal variability of surface water quality in these two rivers and its confluence, physicochemical parameters periodically measured at three sampling sites round a year. Analytical result of the physi...
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The Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in Bangladesh play a fundamental role as a source of irrigation and drinking water. In order to characterize the seasonal variability of surface water quality in these two rivers and its confluence, physicochemical parameters periodically measured at three sampling sites round a year. Analytical result of the physi...
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Bangladesh is a land of river. The Ganges and Brahmaputra River are important river of Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system of Bangladesh. The present study was aimed to analyze the physicochemical parameters of the Ganges and Brahmaputra river water carried out from the month of April, 2012 to March, 2013. To assess the water quality and seasona...
Research
A brief discussion on some mitigation and adaptation measures against climate change.
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The northern part of Bangladesh, Dinajpur and Panchagarh district, is an important region. Our main object is to understand environmental aspect, natural hazard & social aspects of Studied area. The peoples of this area are illiterate and main occupations are agriculture. The soils of this region are sandy and sandy loam. Mainly Dinajpur is well kn...
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Some important recommendations for improving on global recession in Bangladesh.
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Field study is a part and parcel of our academic studies. Theorical study is not fully complete without field study. It also a training for students. To observe the interaction between human and nature and to know why there is such variation in earth surface. Field tour in several places which has environmental significance is needed for the studen...

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