Zohora Khatun, MS
PhD Student, Internal Medicine (Neuroscience)
Aichi Medical University, Nagakute-Aichi-Japan
Ms. Zohora Khatun completed her BSc and MS degree from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh, and started her research carrier in January 2013 at Laboratory of Eukaryotic Gene Expression and Function, BMB, CU. At EuGEF she joined in number of projects. Initially, she focused on the mechanism of inflammation and immune alteration during arsenicosis; later, on signaling molecules in cancer progression under the supervision of Dr. ASM Noman to identify novel diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic approaches for cancer patients. Now, she is pursuing her PhD at Internal Medicine (Neuroscience), Aichi Medical University, Japan under the supervision of Dr. Yohei Okada to establish a disease model for Motor Neuron Disease specifically SBMA through induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) culture.
Besides lab, she is interested in reading short stories, poetry and news of intellectual creativity, in the near future she wants to involve herself in online writing, etc. She loves to spend her time with research to participate in discoveries of biological sciences. She enjoys her spare-time with family and friends.
Noman AS, Dilruba S, Mohanto NC, Rahman L, Khatun Z, Riad W, Al Mamun A, Alam S, Aktar S, Chowdhury S, Saud ZA, Rahman Z, Hossain K, Haque A. Arsenic-induced Histological Alterations in Various Organs of Mice. J Cytol Histol.2015;6:323.
Noman AS, Uddin M, Rahman MZ, Nayeem MJ, Alam SS, Khatun Z, Wahiduzzaman M, Sultana A, Rahman ML, Ali MY, Barua D, Ahmed I, Islam MS, Aboussekhra A, Yeger H, Farhat WA, Islam SS. Overexpression of sonic hedgehog in the triple negative breast cancer: clinicopathological characteristics of high burden breast cancer patients from Bangladesh. Sci Rep.2016;6:18830.