Dr.G.M. Rabiul Islam
University of Science and Technology
G.M. Rabiul Islam is an epidemiologist in the field of nutrition, food safety, and value chain research continuing common wealth (IMMANA) postdoctoral fellow, Tufts University, USA. Prior to that I’ve completed PhD form Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan in the field of public health economics under the Japanese Government Monbukagakusho Scholarship program. I’ve also received an MSc in Nutrition and Rural Development from Ghent University, Belgium under the VLIR scholarship program and a BSc in Agriculture from Khulna University, Bangladesh. I was appointed as a lecturer in 2004 at the Department of Food Engineering and Tea Technology (SUST) then promoted to Assistant Professor in 2007 and Associate Professor in 2013. I’ve also received extensive training by highly skilled and well renowned professionals from domestic and international institutions in the area of food safety e.g., ISO 9001, EMS 14001, OSHAS 18001, ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, BRC Global Standard for Food Safety, Issue-6, Organic Product certification, HACCP, GMP, GCP, Cosmetics-Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP): ISO 22716, PAS 220/223. My research interest is broadly focused on food and nutritional safety and security as well responses to prospective solutions at the population level in developing countries by cost effective mode and want to contribute to the decisionmaking process for the development of pragmatic food safety, nutrition and public health program for better health.
Food and nutritional safety and security as well as the prospective solutions in response to the rising the population levels. - Participation in decision making process to develop pragmatic and cost effective food safety, public health and clinical support program. -Chemical hazard and food safety. -Nutritional requirements of children and pregnant women. - Agriculture production stem and nutritional outcome, System dynamics 6. Previous Funded Research Project: • Fresh water prawn farmers’ attitude towards feed adaptability and position in the supply chain