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Seminar on ‘Role of Microbial Proteases & host infection’ held at IU
IU, BdChronicle Reporter:
A seminar on ‘Role of Microbial Proteases in their own metabolism and host infection’ was held at Islamic University (IU) on Tuesday at the IU central auditorium around 10am.
The Applied Nutrition and Food Technology department of IU and Oral Molecular Biology Department of Nagasaki University, Japan jointly organized the seminar.
IU Vice Chancellor Professor Abdul Hakim Sarker addressed the seminar as the chief guest while Pro-vice chancellor Professor Dr M Shahinoor Raman and Dean of the Applied Science and Technology faculty Professor Dr Kamal Uddin were present there as special guests.
Chaired by the chairman of Applied Nutrition and Food Technology department Professor M Abdus Samad, the programme was conducted by Professor Dr Abdur Rauf.
Two professors of Oral Molecular Biology Department of Nagasaki University in Japan, Dr Takauiki K. Nemoto and Dr Yuko Ohara Nemoto, presented their research article on the topic of ‘‘Role of Microbial Proteases in their own metabolism and host infection’.
Among others, Professor Dr M Tanvir Sarower, Professor Dr Kashem, Assistant Professor Muhammad Hafizur Rahamn, Tawfiq Elahi and students from different departments of the university took part in the seminar.