Shamima Begum, Ph.D.
Department of Microbiology

Academic Records of Shamima Begum, Ph.D.


Ph.D. (Doctoral Course):




Title of the Thesis:


Applied Biological Science

United Graduate School, Tottori University, Japan

“Cloning and Characterization of Multivalent protease Inhibitor in Chicken Egg White”

 Degree Earned


M. Sc. in Microbiology:




Title of the thesis:

1993 (1989)                

Department of Microbiology

University of Dhaka,

Dhaka, Bangladesh

“Study on the Extracellular Protease of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

1st Class First

B. Sc. in Botany:

1990 (1988)                

Department of Botany

University of Dhaka,

Dhaka, Bangladesh

1st Class Fifth




Badrunnesa Govt. Girls College

1st   Division



Azimpur Girls’ High School

Dhaka, Bangladesh

1st   Division



·       Molecular biology and Biochemistry: Gene cloning, gene amplification (PCR, RT-PCR), DNA, RNA and recombinant protein purification; transformation and transfection; molecular cloning and recombinant protein expression, electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE, Agarose Gel), DNA sequencing, TOF-MS analysis of recombinant protein.

·         Microbiology: Sample collection, media preparation, bacteria isolation and identification. Microbiological analysis (Standard plate count, Pathogenic bacteria, Yeast, Mold etc.) of different food and food products come from home and abroad.


2008, August, 03-07

Passed written examination in “Lead Assessor Training Course

(ISO/IEC 17025:2005) on Laboratory Accreditation conducted by

Norwegian Accreditation”. BSTI, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2008, June, 22-23

Successfully completed ISO 22000:2005, Awareness Seminar on Food Safety and management, BSTI, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2006, Oct. 12-31


Successfully completed the training course in the International Training

Workshop on     “New Technology in Food Safety and Application,”

Institute of Agro-Food Science and Technology, Chinese academy of

Agricultural sciences, Beijing China.


1999, April 1-30:


Successfully completed ‘One month training course on Epidemiology’,

organized by       International Center for Diarrhoeal Disease Research,

Bangladesh (ICDDRB).