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Professor Mohammed Mosihuzzaman was born on 06 August 1940 in Jhenidah, Bangladesh.
He obtained B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry, University of Dhaka, 1962; M.Sc in Chemistry, Universityof Dhaka, 1963; Ph.D in Chemistry, Birmingham University, UK, 1968; Post-doctoral Fellowship, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 1968-1970.
Professor Mohammed Mosihuzzaman was Research Fellow, 1963-64; Senior Lecturer, 1964-1965; Assistant Professor, 1970- 1974; Associate Professor, 1974-1987; Professor, 1987-2006, Emeritus Professor, 2015, Department of Chemistry, University of Dhaka.
Prof Mosihuzzaman received research grants from International Foundation for Science (IFS), Sweden, 1979-1983; International Program in the Chemical Sciences (IPICS), 1977-2006,Uppsala University, Sweden; Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation with Developing Countries (SAREC), Sweden, 1982-1986; Bose Centre for Advanced Research, Dhaka University, 1982-1988; University Grants Commission, Bangladesh, 1986-1988; Shaman Pharmaceuticals Inc., South San Francisco, USA, 1997-1998; Natural Product Division, National Cancer Institute, 1996-2006, Frederick, Maryland, USA.
Prof Mosihuzzaman received Commonwealth Scholarship, UK, 1965-1968; Post-doctoral Fellowship, USA, 1968-1970.
Prof Mosihuzzaman has published more than 120 research papers in national and international journal of repute; led a research group producing more than 100 M.Sc., 5 M.Phil.and 23 Ph.Ds. His is research interests was in Jute plant and bacterial polysaccharides, dietary fiber, natural products, medicinal plant materials; Antidiabetic plant materials; Anticancer & Anti-HIV plants materials, and herbal medicine.
He was Chairman, Department of Chemistry, 1991-1993; Dean, Faculty of Science, 1993-1995, University of Dhaka; Chairman (on deputation), BCSIR, Dhaka 1997-2001; Founder Chairman of the Asian Network of Research on Antidiabetic Plants (ANRAP), functioning since 1994 supported by IFS (International Foundation for Science, Sweden), IPICS (International Programme in Chemical Sciences, Uppsala University, Sweden) and UNESCO. Founder Coordinator of the Network of Instrument Technical personnel and User scientists of Bangladesh (NITUB), functioning since 1994 supported by the IPICS, IFS and UNESCO. Chairman, National Organizing Committee, ASOMPS X (Tenth Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Spices and Other Natural Products) held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 18-23 November 2000. President, Agami Education Foundation since 2015.
Dr Mosihuzzaman attended conferences and presented more than 100 papers in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Botswana, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Sri Lanka, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Uruguay and Vietnam.