Profile of Dr. N. H. M. Rubel Mozumder


Dr. N. H. M. Rubel Mozumder

Associate Professor

Department of Food Science & Nutrition (FSN)

Faculty of Engineering

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.



    1. To achieve a leading position as a 'Qualified University Teacher' that will implement my efforts to student’s learning outcomes and development. 2. To motivate creativity and cutting-edge professional thinking in a way that encourages student performance. 3. To develop a research network as faculty professional in a position that offers collaborative research-work opportunities in the field of food science and nutrion.


    Metabolomics Approach based on NMR Spectroscopy, Food Analysis, Community Nutrition


  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Food and Nutrition (Metabolomics), 2020

    Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea

  2. Korean Language certificate, 2017

    Pai Chai University, South Korea

  3. Master of Science (MSc) in Nutrition and Rural development: Human Nutrition majoring Public Health, 2014

    Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

  4. Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition and Food Science, 2009

    University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  5. Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Nutrition and Food Science, 2008

    University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh

  6. HSC, 2001

    Rifles Public School and College

  7. SSC, 1999

    Motijheel Model School and College


Journal Papers

  1. Mozumder, N. R., Hwang, K. H., Lee, M. S., Kim, E. H., & Hong, Y. S. (2020). Metabolomic understanding of the difference between upruning and pruning cultivation of tea (Camellia sinensis) plants.  140, 109978. I.F.: 4.972 (SCIE).

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  2. Estimation of water-soluble vitamin B-complex in selected leafy and non-leafy vegetables by HPLC method.

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  3. Exposure assessment of epoxy fatty acids through consumption of specific foods available in Belgium

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  4. Characterization of tea leaf metabolites dependent on tea (Camellia sinensis) plant age through 1H NMR-based metabolomics. 

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  1. Vlir-uos Scholarship Program, Ghent Belgium, 2012

    Funded by: Belgium Government

  2. Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP), 2016

    Funded by: Korean Government


  1. Project on 'Utilizing Minimum Women’s Dietary Diversity Score (MDD-W) as a Proxy Indicator to Maximize Associations with Nutrient Adequacy of Adult Women in Northern Bangladesh'. Funded by UGC, Bangladesh for 2015-2016.

    Funded by: UGC, Bangladesh, 2015-16

    Position: PD

    Description: Overall Objective: To explore minimum women’s diet diversity scores (WDDS) to maximize associations with nutrient adequacy of adult women of reproductive age (15-49 years) in three northern districts (Dinajpur, Bogra and Joypurhat) of Bangladesh. Specific Aims: 1. To explore relationships among diversity indicators, energy intake and the indicator of diet quality. 2. To characterize women’s food consumption pattern and diet quality based on ten foods group indicators (FGIs) with restricted options (FGI-10 and FGI-10R). 3. To assess the correlation between each FGIs and the mean probability of nutrient adequacy (MPA) for micronutrients.