Curriculum Vitae

Current Working Station:
B. S. F. M. Science and Technology University
E-mail: mhasan.fish@gmail.com
Website: http://www.mhasanbd.com/
Home Address:
Narsingdi, Bangladesh
Birth Date: 31 December, 1981
Education and Career:
1997: Secondary School Certificate (SSC), Dhaka Board, Bangladesh
1999: Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), Dhaka Board, Bangladesh
2004 (held on 2005): Bachelor of Science in Fisheries (Hon’s), Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Bangladesh
2007: Master of Science (MS) in Fisheries Biology & Genetics, BAU, Bangladesh
July 2007-June, 2008: Research Assistant, Department of Fisheries Biology and Genetics, BAU, Bangladesh
October, 2008-March, 2009: Research Student, Hiroshima University, Japan
April, 2009-March, 2012: Ph.D. Student, Hiroshima University, Japan
April, 2012-April, 2014: Researcher, Hiroshima University, Japan
May, 2014-March, 2015: Special Postdoctoral Researcher, Hiroshima University, Japan
April, 2015-March, 2016: Assistant Professor
April, 2016-August, 2016: Foreign Visiting Researcher
August, 2016-Till Date: Assistant Professor
MS Thesis: Study on growth performance and some aspects of biology of Thai koi Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792) [Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Mukhlesur Rahman Khan]
PhD Thesis: Cryptic anuran biodiversity in Bangladesh with description of a new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae) [Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Masayuki Sumida]
Awards and Scholarships:
1994: Bipul Shriti Scholarship in class 7
1995: Government Scholarship in Class 8
1996: Scholarship of Bangladesh Udichi Shilpi Ghosti Parishad [History of Bangladesh Independence]
1997-1999: Government Scholarship for excellent result in SSC
2006-2007: Research Scholarship from Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh
2008: Monbukagakusho Scholarship by Japan Government for pursuing a Ph.D. degree
2014: Fellowship of Special Postdoctoral Researcher, Hiroshima University, Japan
Research Interest:
Diversity, evolution, taxonomy and conservation of animals
Memberships in Professional Associations:
* Life member of Zoological Society of Bangladesh
* Life member of Bangladesh Association for Biotechnology
* Member of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)-Bangladesh part
* Member of Herpetological Society of Japan
*Member of Genetic Society of Japan
Service as a Reviewer: Scientific papers
*International Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture
*Zootaxa
Research publications:
  1. M. Hasan, M. M. Islam, M. M. R. Khan, R. Wanichanon, A. Kurabayashi and M. Sumida. 2017. Reproductive isolating mechanisms in the Bangladesh Coastal Bullfrog Hoplobatrachus litoralis and its congeneric species revealed by crossing experiments and examination on spermatogenesis of the hybrids. Asian Herpetological research, 8:27–38.
  2. N. Sultana, T. Igawa, M. Hasan, M. S. Alam, M. M. Islam, S. Komaki, K. Kawamura, M. M. R. Khan and M. Sumida. 2016. Inter- and intra-specific genetic divergence of Asian tiger frogs (genus Hoplobatrachus), with special reference to population structure of H. tigerinus in Bangladesh. Genes & Genetic Systems, 91:217–227.
  3.  M. Hasan, M. A. R. Sarker, M. M. Islam, A. Kurabayashi, M. Kuramoto and M. Sumida. 2015. Genetic variation, advertisement call, and morphometry of Microhyla nilphamariensis from Bangladesh. Philippine Journal of Systematic Biology, 9: 63–80.
  4. M. Hasan, M. M. Islam, M. Kuramoto, A. Kurabayashi and M. Sumida. 2014a. Description of two new species of Microhyla (Anura: Microhylidae) from Bangladesh. Zootaxa, 3755: 401 – 418.
  5. M. Hasan, M. M. Islam, M.M.R. Khan, T. Igawa, M.S. Alam, H.T. Djong, N. Kurniawan, H. Joshy, Y.H. Sen, D. M. Belabut, A. Kurabayashi, M. Kuramoto and M. Sumida. 2014b. Genetic divergences of South and Southeast Asian frogs: a case study of several taxa based on 16S ribosomal RNA gene data with notes on the generic name Fejervarya. Turkish Journal of Zoology, 38: 389 – 411.
  6. S. Nasrin, T. Igawa, M. Nozawa, M. M. Islam, M. Hasan, M. S. Alam, M.M.R. Khan and M. Sumida. 2014c. Development and characterization of 27 new microsatellite markers of Indian Bullfrog, Hoplobatrachus tigerinus and its congeneric species. Genes & Genetic Systems, 89: 137 – 141
  7. Kurniawan, N., T. H. Djong, T. Maideliza, A. Hamidy, M. Hasan, T. Igawa and M. Sumida (2014) Genetic divergence and geographic distribution of frogs in genus Fejervarya from Indonesia from mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene analysis. Treubia, 41: 1-16.
  8. M. Hasan, M. M. Islam, M.M.R. Khan, M. S. Alam, A. Kurabayashi, T. Igawa, M. Kuramoto and M. Sumida. 2012a. Cryptic anuran biodiversity in Bangladesh revealed by mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene sequences. Zoological Science, 29: 162 – 172.
  9. M. Hasan, M. Kuramoto, M. M. Islam, M. S. Alam, M. M. R. Khan and M. Sumida. 2012b. A new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae) from the coastal belt of Bangladesh. Zootaxa, 3312: 45 – 58.
  10. M. S. Alam, M. M. Islam, M. M. R. Khan, M. Hasan, R. Wanichanon and M. Sumida. 2012c. Postmating isolation in six species of three genera (Hoplobatrachus, Euphlyctis and Fejervarya) from family Dicroglossidae (Anura), with special reference to spontaneous production of allotriploids. Zoological Science, 29: 743 – 752.
  11. M. M. Islam, N. Kurose, M. M. R. Khan, T. Nishizawa, M. Kuramoto, M. S. Alam, M. Hasan, N. Kurniawan, M. Nishioka and M. Sumida. 2008a. Genetic divergence and reproductive isolation in the genus Fejervarya (Amphibia: Anura) from Bangladesh inferred from morphological observations, crossing experiments, and molecular analyses. Zoological Science, 25: 1084 – 1105.
  12. M. Hasan, A. K. Shakur Ahammad and M. M. R.Khan 2010. A Preliminary investigation into the production of Thai Koi (Anabas testudineus) reared in nylon hapas in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Research Publication Journal, 4: 15 – 23.
  13. M. Hasan, M. M. R. Khan and M. Sumida 2008. Morphological and genetic variation in three populations of Hoplobatrachus tigerinus from Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, 19: 139 – 149.
  14. M. Hasan, M. M. R. Khan, I. Parvez and M.I. Hossain 2008. Home-made feed generates higher income in Thai koi, Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792) farming in Bangladesh. International Journal of BioResearch, 4: 5 – 10.
  15. A. K. S. Ahammad, M. M. R. Khan, M. E. Islam, A. Hossain and M. Hasan. 2008. Growth response of Thai Sarpunti (Barbodes gonionotus) fry to three selected feeds under laboratory condition. International Journal of BioResearch, 4: 75 – 80.
  16. M. Hasan, M. M. R. Khan and M. A. B. Siddik. 2007. Taxonomic analysis of rohu Labeo rohita and mrigal Cirrhinus cirrhosus populations in Bangladesh. Journal of Bangladesh Society for Agricultural Science and Technology, 4: 29 – 32.
  17. M. Hasan M. M. R. Khan and M. A. Rahman. 2007. Some biological aspects of Thai koi, Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792). Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 5: 385 – 392.
  18. M. I. Hossain, M. M. R. Khan, M.A. B. Siddik and M. Hasan. 2007. Effects of feed on survival and growth of local Sarpunti (Puntius sarana, HAMILTON) fry in glass aquria. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 5: 371 – 376.
  19. M.A.B. Siddik, M. M. R. Khan and M. Hasan. 2007. Evaluation of different diets on the growth of normal and monosex GIFT tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in Bangladesh. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 5: 377 – 384.
  20.  M. Hasan, M. M. R. Khan and M. Sumida. 2011. Geographic Distribution. Hylarana leptoglossa (Long-tongued Frog). Herpetological Review, 42: 562
  21. M. Hasan and M. Sumida. 2012d. Geographic Distribution. Kaloula taprobanica (Sri Lankan Bull Frog). Herpetological Review, 43: 97
Attended Meetings and Presentations:
2015 International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)-Bangladesh part, IUCN-Country Office, House 16, Road 2/3 Banani, Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh
Oral: Cryptic anuran biodiversity in Bangladesh with description of three new species
2014 The 53rd Annual Meeting of Herpetological Society of Japan, Kobe Yamate University, Kobe, Japan
Oral: Morphological and molecular comparisons of two-striped grass frogs (Anura: Ranidae) from Bangladesh and Taiwan
2014 50th Anniversary Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Canberra, Australia
Oral: Description of two new species of Microhyla (Anura: Microhylidae) from Bangladesh
2013 85th Annual Meeting of the Genetic Society of Japan, Keio University, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture
Oral: Description of two new species of Microhyla (Anura: Microhylidae) from Bangladesh
2013 The 52nd Annual Meeting of Herpetological Society of Japan. Tokai University, Sapporo Campus
Poster: Evolutionary relationships and postmating isolation among Fejervarya species from Lesser Sunda, Indonesia and other Asian countries revealed by mtDNA Cytb gene sequences and crossing experiments
2012 Ph.D thesis presentation in a special seminar of the Department of Fisheries Biology and Genetics. Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
Oral: Cryptic anuran biodiversity in Bangladesh with description of a new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae)
2012 World Congress of Herpetology-7. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Oral: A new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae) from the coastal belt of Bangladesh
2012 18th Biennial International Conference and Annual General Meeting, Zoological Society of Bangladesh. Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Oral: A new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae) from the coastal belt of Bangladesh
2012 The 51st Annual Meeting of the Herpetological society of Japan, Aichi Gakusen University, Aichi, Japan
Oral: A new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae) from the coastal belt of Bangladesh
2011 Joint Meeting of 7th International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Biological Systematics and 20th International Symposium “Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology” of the German Botanical Society, Biosystematics Berlin 2011. Frieie University, Berlin, Germany
Oral: Genetic divergences and phylogenetic relationships among the frogs from South to East Asia revealed by nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene.
2011 82th annual meeting of Genetic Society of Japan. Hokkaido University, Hokkaido, Japan
Oral: Species diversity and phylogenetic relationships among frogs from Bangladesh revealed by nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene
2010 62nd Annual Meeting of the Chugoku-Shikoku Branch of the Zoological Society of Japan, Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi, Japan
Oral: Genetic divergences and phylogenetic relationships in the frogs from South to East Asia
2009 The 48th Annual Meeting of the Herpetological Society of Japan, Tenri University, Nara, Japan
Oral: Species diversity and phylogenetics relationships of Bangladesh and other Asian countries
2009 61st Annual Meeting of the Chugoku-Shikoku Branch of the Zoological Society of Japan, Kochi University, Kochi, Japan
Oral: Species diversity and phylogenetic relationships of Bangladeshi frogs revealed by nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene
2008 International Biotechnology Conference, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BRAC), Dhaka
Oral: Morphological and genetic variation in three frog populations (Hoplobatrachus tigerinus) from Bangladesh
 Abstracts Published:
Hasan, J-S. Lai and M. Sumida. 2015. Morphological and molecular comparisons of two-striped grass frogs (Anura: Ranidae) from Bangladesh and Taiwan. Bulletin of Herpetological Society of Japan-Abstracts [in press (in Japanese)].
Hasan and M. Sumida. 2014b. Anuran Biodiversity in Bangladesh: What next? IUCN Bangladesh. (2014). The Festschrift on the 50th Anniversary of The IUCN Red List of threatened SpeciesTM, Dhaka, Bangladesh: IUCN, x+192 pp-Abstract P. 93.
Hasan, N. Kurniawan, A. Soewondo, M. M. Islam, T. Igawa, W. M. M. Nalley, M. Matsui and M. Sumida. 2014a. Evolutionary relationships and post mating isolation among Fejervarya species from Lesser Sunda, Indonesia and other Asian countries revealed by mtDNA Cytb gene sequences and crossing experiments. International Symposium, Frontiers in Amphibian Biology: Endangered Species Conservation and Genome Editing-Abstracts p.48
Hasan, M. Kuramoto, M. M. Islam, M.S. Alam, M.M.R. Khan and M. Sumida. 2012. A new species of genus Hoplobatrachus (Anura, Dicroglossidae) from the coastal belt of Bangladesh. Proceedings of the 18th Biennial International Conference and Annual General Meeting-Abstracts p.380
Hasan, M. M. Islam, M.M.R. Khan, T. Igawa, M.S. Alam, H.T. Djong, N. Kurniawan, M. Kuramoto and M. Sumida. 2011. Genetic divergences and phylogenetic relationships among the frogs from South to East Asia revealed by nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene. Proceedings of the Biosystematics Berlin 2011-Abstracts p.158
Hasan, M. M. Islam, M.M.R. Khan, M.S. Alam, T.H. Djong, T. Igawa, N. Kurniawan, M. Kuramoto and M. Sumida. 2010. Genetic divergences and phylogenetic relationships in the frogs from South to East Asia. Proceedings of the 62nd Chugoku-Shikoku Branch of the Zoological Society of Japan-Abstracts p.19
Hasan, M.M.R. Khan, M. M. Islam, M.S. Alam and M. Sumida. 2009. Species diversity and phylogenetic relationships of Bangladeshi frogs revealed by nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene. Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting of the Chugoku-Shikoku Branch of the Zoological Society of Japan-Abstracts p.23
Hasan, M.M.R. Khan, and M. Sumida. 2008a. Morphological and genetic variation in three populations of Hoplobatrachus tigerinus from Bangladesh. Proccedings of the Bangladesh Association for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (BABGE)-Abstracts p.46
Zohora, M.M.R. Khan, M. Hasan and A.K.S. Ahammadb. 2008b. Morphological and allozyme variation of three different meni (Nandus Nandus) populations in Bangladesh. Proccedings of the Bangladesh Association for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (BABGE)-Abstracts p.45
Field Experiences:
2014
Taipei City, Taiwan
Expedition member
2012
Bangladesh
Expedition leader
2011
Bangladesh
Expedition leader
Language proficiency:
Known Bengali, English and basic competence of Japanese
Countries Visited:
Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Netherlands, Germany, Canada and Australia