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Shirin Tarafder

Shirin Tarafder
Shirin Tarafder Professor Department of Microbiology & Immunology Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Bangladesh

Biography

Dr. Shirin Tarafder is Professor of Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University in Bangladesh, strong professional with a Master of Philosophy in Medical Microbiology from Institute of Postgraduate Medicine and Research. She is an experienced teacher of undergraduate and postgraduate courses and teaches Medical Immunology, Molecular biology, Mycology and Bacteriology for more than 30 years. Her other expertise is conduction, management and supervision of research project; supervision and guide of thesis and dissertations of postgraduate courses.She has published over 31 articles in peer-reviewed reputed International and national medical journals. She also has international affiliations. She is Member of Asian Council of Science Editors (ACSE), Advisory Board Member, Editorial board member and Reviewer of many reputed international medical journals. Prof. Tarafder attended international conferences as speaker.

Research Interest

Prof. Shirin Tarafder’s current Research interests are on Flow cytometry immunophenotypic diagnosis of Lymphoma, Leukemia, Primary immunodeficiency disordres (PID) ; Stem cell ; Cytogenetic studies on PID and Lymphoproliferative/Myeloproliferative disorders; advance researches on Tuberculosis

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