Profile of Dr. Abdul Gaffar Miah


Dr. Abdul Gaffar Miah


Department of Genetics & Animal Breeding (GAB)

Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Science

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.


Vice-Chancellor of RSTU, Natore


    Higher Quality Education and Sustainable Research


    Animal Production and Reproduction, Sperm Physiology, and Conservation of native Animal Genetic Resources


  1. Postdoctorate (Sperm cryobiology), 2016

    Shinshu University, Japan

  2. Postdoctorate (Sperm cryobiology), 2015

    Sydney University, Australia

  3. Postdoctorate (Sperm Signaling pathway), 2011

    Bonn University, Germany

  4. PhD (Reproductive Biotechnology), 2007

    Shinshu University, Japan

  5. MS in Dairy Science (Dairy Cattle Reproduction), 1998

    Bangladesh Agricultural University

  6. BSc in Animal Husbandry, 1993

    Bangladesh Agricultural University


  1. Professor
    Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University

    December 12, 2015 to Present


Journal Papers

  1. Physiological roles of relaxin in prefertilizing activities of spermatozoa

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  2. Microbial assessment of different samples of ostrich (Struthio camelus) and determination of antimicrobial susceptibility profiles of the isolated bacteria

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  3. Effect of Selenium and Vitamin E on Development and Viability of Preimplanted Mouse Embryo

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  1. JSPS Invitation Fellowship, 2016

    Funded by: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japanese Government

  2. Endeavour Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2015

    Funded by: Australian Government

  3. Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2009

    Funded by: Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, German Government

  4. Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship, 2004

    Funded by: Japanese Government


  1. Conservation and germplasm cryobanking of native chicken genetic resources in Bangladesh

    Funded by: BANBEIS, Education Ministry, Bangladesh

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: ajor objectives: i) Live conservation of the native chicken genetic resources in Bangladesh and ii) To develop an Avian Germplasm Cryobank Specific objectives: iii) To improvement of cryosurvivability of the native chickens’ sperm by supplementation of natural sources of antioxidants; iv) To study the performance of native chicken genetic resources after artificial insemination (AI) with cryopreserved semen

  2. Dietary effect of hydroponic sprouted fodder on turkey production in Bangladesh

    Funded by: NATP-2, BARC, Bangladesh

    Position: Co-PI

    Description: Objectives: i) To investigate the effect of dietary supplementation of hydroponic sprouted fodder on productive and reproductive performances of turkey ii) To study the economic sustainability of hydroponic sprouted fodder on turkey production in Bangladesh

  3. Enrichment of Research Capabilities for Postgraduate Studies on Advanced Animal Science

    Funded by: HEQEP/UGC/World Bank

    Position: DSPM

    Description: Objectives: i) To improve the research facilities of two departments Department of Animal Science & Nutrition and Department of Genetics & Animal Breeding ii) To generate knowledge and technology through innovative and applied research in the area of animal protein resources