Golam Mezbah Uddin Australian & New Zealand Obesity Society 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting

Golam Mezbah Uddin

Currently I am working as Postgraduate researcher under Morris Lab (PhD student) and Casual academic under the department of Pharmacology, School of Medical sciences, University of New South Wales (UNSW). Also working as casual animal house attendent under Biological resource centre, SOMS, UNSW. In the beginning of my career, immediately after my bachelor in Pharmacy in August, 2009, I've Joined in PMCS Ltd (Bangla Pharma - Human health concern) as a Business Development Executive for only five (5) months. To continue my higher study on March, 2011 I've started my Master of Science under the joint program between Gangneung-Wonju National University (GWNU) and Korea Institute of Science and Teleology (KIST), fully funded by GWNU-KIST, South Korean Government research project. During my MS I've been working as associate researcher in KIST, Gangneung Institute. From the beginning of my research work, I have done preliminary pharmacological work using in vivo an d in vitro models in Bangladesh. During my MS degree in South Korea my research area was about finding neuro - protective constituents regarding the retinal diseases through natural product isolation. Advance molecular evaluative research to establish the real recovery for metabolic diseases, specifically glaucoma, Age related macular degeneration, diabetic, cardiac problems. Isolate or purify natural resources using different cinematographic method to identify the novel natural source for different metabolic diseases. In my current research (PhD) I am trying to evaluate the maternal obesity and exercise impact on metabolic outcomes. University Int. Postgrad Award is supporting my PhD and I have also awarded academic excelence top up scholarship from SOMS, UNSW

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