Dr. Md. Kamrul Hasan
Dr. Md. Kamrul Hasan
Associate Professor and Chairman
B.Sc. in Agriculture, MS in Agricultural Chemistry; PhD in Vegetable Science; Post-doctorate in College of Agriculture and Biotechnology (Zhejiang University)
01993176486
hasanmk.agrichem@sau.ac.bd
kamrulsau@gmail.com

Research Interest: Molecular stress physiology, Pant hormone, Regulation of plant growth and development Education: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Olericulture Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China 2016, Master of Science in Agricultural Chemistry, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh 2007, Career history: Post-Doctoral Researcher College of Agriculture and Biotechnology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China 01/03/2017 to 30/06/2019: Associate Professor SAU from 30/6/2016 to till date; Assistant Professor SAU from 08/04/2010 to 30/6/2016; Visiting Lecturer Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Bangladesh 01/08/2008 To 28/02/2009 and Lecturer SAU 08/04/2008 To 07/04/2010 Members of Academic Societies: 1. Krishibid Institute of Bangladesh (KIB) from 2007 to present date 2. Life member of Bangladesh Weed Science Society Project Completions 1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) project-2019 2. Assessment of heavy metallic toxicity of industrial effluents on seedling mortality, foliar symptoms and growth of vegetable crops in Bangladesh, SAURES 2017 Honors & Awards: 1. Reviewer certificate from Journal of Pineal research, Wiley, 2019 2. International young Scientist NSFC (National Natural Science Foundation China ) award 2018 3. Chinese Government Scholarship (CSC) scholarship (Sep, 2012- July, 2016) 4. University Gold Medal Award for first position in MS Degree 5. Bangladesh Agricultural University Merit Scholarship on academic performance at M.S. levels (2007) 6. Bangladesh Agricultural University Merit Scholarship on academic performance at B.Sc. levels (2002-2004)

Publication Profile:
  • Shang, Y., Hasan, M., Ahammed, G.J., Li, M., Yin, H. and Zhou, J., 2019. Applications of Nanotechnology in Plant Growth and Crop Protection: A Review. Molecules, 24(14), p.2558. Impact Factor 3.1
  • Hasan, M.K., Liu, C.X., Pan, Y.T., Ahammed, G.J., Qi, Z.Y. and Zhou, J., 2018. Melatonin alleviates low-sulfur stress by promoting sulfur homeostasis in tomato plants. Scientific reports, 8(1), p.10182.Impact Factor 4.21
  • Hasan, M., Cheng, Y., Kanwar, M.K., Chu, X.Y., Ahammed, G.J. and Qi, Z.Y., 2017. Responses of plant proteins to heavy metal stress—a review. Frontiers in plant science, 8, pp.1492.Impact Factor 4.5
  • Hasan, M.K.,Shopan, J., Rob, M. M., Rahman, H., Azad, A. K., Ali, M. M. A., andAlamJ. 2016. Selection of novel upland cotton cultivars (Gossypium hirsutum L.) by investigating fiber quality and yield performance in multilocation trials of Bangladesh. International Journal of Bioscience, 9, pp 177-186.Impact Factor 0.56
  • Hasan, M.K., Liu, C., Wang, F., Ahammed, G.J., Zhou, J., Xu, M.X., Yu, J.Q. and Xia, X.J., 2016. Glutathione-mediated regulation of nitric oxide, S-nitrosothiol and redox homeostasis confers cadmium tolerance by inducing transcription factors and stress response genes in tomato. Chemosphere, 161, pp.536-545.Impact Factor 5.1
  • Li, M.Q., Hasan, M.K., Li, C.X., Ahammed, G.J., Xia, X.J., Shi, K., Zhou, Y.H., Reiter, R.J., Yu, J.Q., Xu, M.X. and Zhou, J., 2016. Melatonin mediates selenium‐induced tolerance to cadmium stress in tomato plants. Journal of pineal research, 61(3), pp.291-302.Impact Factor 15.22
  • Hasan, M.,Ahammed, G.J., Yin, L., Shi, K., Xia, X., Zhou, Y., Yu, J. and Zhou, J., 2015. Melatonin mitigates cadmium phytotoxicity through modulation of phytochelatins biosynthesis, vacuolar sequestration, and antioxidant potential in Solanum lycopersicum L. Frontiers in plant science, 6, p.601.Impact Factor 4.51
  • Shopan, J.,Azad, A.K.,Rahman H, Mondol M.S., Hasan M.K., 2012. Evaluation of cotton based inter cropping for northern region of Bangladesh. Int. J. Agro. Agril. Res.2(12): 43-49. Impact Factor 0.45
  • SinghaA.K., Rob M.M M., Choudhury, M.H., Habiba, U. and Hasan, M.K. 2016. Cleft Grafting and Survivability in Two Varieties of Pummelo. Bangladesh J. Agriculturist, 9,pp 23-26.
  • Shopan J., Hasan M.K., Hossain M.S. and Azad A.K., 2013. Comparative study on yield performance of upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL) in Bangladesh. Bang. J. Prog. Sci. Tech. 11(1): 103-106.
  • Shopan, J., Bhuiya, M.S.U., Kader , M. A. and Hasan, M.K., 2012 The feasibility of crop diversification in rice based cropping systems in haor ecosystem. J. Bangladesh Agril. Univ. 10(2): 211–216.
  • Hasan, M.K., M.S. Hossain, A. Huda and Azad, A.K., 2009. Screening of some cotton varieties on the basis of yield attributing characters J. Agrofor.Environ. 3(2):179-181
  • Hasan, M.K., M.J. Alam, and M. Kamruzzaman, 2008. Screening of some chickpea genotypes against Helicoverpaarmigera on the basis of physical parameters grown at two location of Bangladesh J. Agrofor.Environ. 2(2):179-182
  • Hasan, M.K., M.J. Alam, M. Kamruzzaman, and M.A.H. Chowdhury, 2008. Chemical and bio-chemical evaluation of some advance mutants of chickpea against pod borer grown at two different location of Bangladesh J. Seed Sci. &Tech. 12(2):169-175.
Citation indices:
  • https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?hl=en&user=N-aS_AYAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&gmla=AJsN-F63ppwDsTLq8SkIIURziBej10Tlf3UaDwqpxt2iaQGQwaucwaNl0HFpO1b1LzlooEXkNaLjHuUiHEGCshaizjE-49UpO8ytC2DfMUy0Vn4GlaEmzSGi1h_rTHOr05Xw8tv9-G9BnfPpjkfEJQkbMX3xgFby-g
Peer Reviewed Selected Articles:
  • Journal of Pineal Research
  • 3Biotech
Books:
  • 1. M. K. Hasan, J. Shopan, G. J. Ahammed. Nanomaterial and soil health for agricultural crops production: Current status and future prospects. Nano Maerial for Agriculturure and Forestry Application, Chapter 8, Elsevier 2019
Research Interests:
  • Molecular Plant stress physiology, Pant hormone, Regulation of plant growth and development