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Consultant Profile

Dr. Mohammed Sawkat Hassan

MBBS (Dhaka), PhD (Sweden).

Personel Information

Mobile

01726150180

Email

mshassan1950@yahoo.com

Proffessional Information

Designation

Professor

Specalization

Immunology

Biography

<div>M. Sawkat Hassan was born on November 15, 1950. He graduated in Medicine & Surgery from Dhaka Medical College in 1975. After internship, he joined in the Department of Nephrology at IPGM&R as senior house physician and research assistant. In early \\\'78, he went to Libya as general physician to work under the Ministry of Health where he served for eight years. He joined and trained in the Department of Immunology at Stockholm University from \\\'87-\\\'89 and from \\\'89-\\\'92 in the Department of Clinical Immunology, Huddinge Hospital at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden under the supervision of Dr. Edvard Smith and Lennart Hammarstrom. He was awarded Doctorate in Medical Sciences (equivalent to PhD) in September, 1992. He pursued his training in the Department of Transplant Surgery under Prof. C. G. Groth. In 1993, he moved to Dhaka and joined in the Department of Immunology, BIRDEM hospital where he served as head of the department and associated professor ( and later as professor ) till his retirement in 2009. He also got training in liver transplant ( Kyoto, Japan ) and renal transplant ( King Fahad Hospital, Jeddah, KSA). In addition, he served as visiting professor at Advance Medical & Dental Institute, University Sains Malaysia at Penang during \\\'05-\\\'07. He initiated the molecular diagnostics at BIRDEM hospital in 1996 and also started the M.Phil course in Immunology. As part time consultant, he served at molecular diagnostic lab at Popular diagnostic centre, Dhaka (04-\\\'05, \\\'07-\\\'10) and as director of laboratory services at CARe Hospital, Dhaka (\\\'09-\\\'13). He specialized in Immunology, molecular diagnostics, worked in laboratory medicine, experienced in organ transplant, cancer and infectious immunity; hold academic position in home and abroad with experience in teaching, supervising research projects (and M.Phil and PhD students), published over thirty research papers in international journals. He is a member of the technical committee (adverse effects following immunization), EPI program, Directorate of Health, GoB.  And a Resource person, Project: Medical BioTechnology, Directorate of Health, <br>