Mrs. Sabiha Sultana Marine (Study Leave)
Mrs. Sabiha Sultana Marine (Study Leave)
Assistant Professor
B. Sc. Fisheries (Hons.), M.S. in Fisheries Technology and Quality Control, Doctoral Researcher at Central Queensland University of Australia
01722965566
marine.ftqc@sau.ac.bd
marine.sau.033@gmail.com

From the very beginning of my tertiary education, I had a strong inspiration and motivation to engage myself in education and research. This particular ambition influenced me to choose a research-based carrier at SAU. I feel fortunate enough to get the opportunity to pursue my doctoral study at an early stage of my research career in Australia, one of the world’s leading education providers in the current world perspective. Research is the foundation for the development of knowledge. As a researcher, I was and is engaged with multidisciplinary research activities that broaden my level of understanding and expertise in some particular aspects of Fisheries Science. At the end of my postgraduate research journey, I believe, I would be pretty confident and intellectually capable enough to run independent and collaborative research projects in various cross-cutting issues of fisheries and environment at local, national and global perspectives. The opportunity of higher study would be a great opportunity for me to acquire in-depth knowledge in my area of interest and transfer the same to hundreds of my fellow students in Bangladesh in building up their career and ensuring sustainable management of fisheries resources.

Publication Profile:
  • Marine, S.S., Sayeed, M. A, Barman, P. P., Begum, R., Hossain, M.M. and Alam, M. T. 2015. Traditional methods of fish drying: An explorative study in Sylhet, Bangladesh. International Journal of Fishery Science and Aquaculture .2 (1): 028-035.
  • Hossain, M. A., Mian, S., Akter, M., Rabby, A. F., Marine, S. S., Rahman, M. A., Iqbal, M.M., Islam, M.J., Mohammed, M. and Hossain, M. M. 2015. Ovarian Biology of Spotted Snakehead (Channa punctatus) from Natural Wetlands of Sylhet, Bangladesh. Annals of Veterinary and Animal Science. 2(3): 64-76.
  • Rashid, A., Alam, M. T., Marine, S. S., Islam, M. A. and Sarkar, M. S. I. 2015. Community Dependence on Fish Farming: Study on its Role in Uplifting the Socio-Economic Condition of Fish Farmers in Sylhet District. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University. 2(1): 97-105
  • Marine, S. S., Hossain, M. A., Rashid, A., Islam, M. A., Bari, S. M. 2014. Marketing strategies for dry fish in Sylhet district of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Research Publications Journal. 10(2):162- 169.
  • Kanan, A. H., Marine, S. S., Raihan, F., Redowan, M. and Miah, M. D. 2014. Textile effluents changes physiochemical parameters of water and soil: Threat for agriculture. International Journal of Soil Science and Agronomy. 2(10): 219-223.
  • Alam, M. B., Islam, M. A., Marine, S. S., Rashid, A., Hossain, M. A. and Rashid H. 2014. Growth Performances of GIFT Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in Cage Culture at the Old Brahmaputra River Using Different Densities. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University. 1 (2): 265-271.
  • Bari, S. M., Mamun, M. A. A., Khalil, S. M. I., Hossain, M. M., Marine, S. S. and Hossain, M. M. 2014. Seasonal Variation and Effects of Helminth Infestation on Clarius batrachus (Linneaus, 1957) From Haor Basin of Sylhet Region in Bangladesh. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University. 1 (2): 231-237.
  • Begum, R., Akter, T., Barman, P. P., Marine, S.S. and Hossain, M. M. 2014. Potential for Development of Marine Fish Marketing Systems in Chittagong District of Bangladesh. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University. 1 (2): 247-252.
  • Barman, P. P., Begum, R., Marine, S. S., Barman, S. K. and Barman A. K. 2014. Fish Marketing Systems and Socio-Economic Status of Aratdar in Gaibandha District, Bangladesh. Journal of the Sylhet Agricultural University.1 (2): 239- 245.
  • Sabiha Sultana Marine. 2014. Status of fish drying in two upazillas of Sylhet, M. S. thesis, Department of Fisheries Technology and Quality Control, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh
Research Interests:
  • Fisheries resource economics and environment
  • Aquatic ecosystems and fisheries management
  • Fish processing and preservation technology
  • Quality control of fish and fishery products
Undergraduate Courses:
  • Fishing technology
  • Fisheries microbiology
  • Fisheries chemistry
  • Fish processing and preservation
  • Fisheries products and by-product technology
  • Quality control of fish and fisheries products
Masters Courses:
  • Industrial fishery management
  • Biotechnology of fish processing
  • Fisheries economics and marketing
  • Food safety and security
  • Project design and management
Academic Degrees and Qualification:
  • Ph.D. (on going) in Central Queensland University, Queensland, Australia
  • Master of Science in Fisheries Technology and Quality Control, 2012-2014, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet, Bangladesh
  • Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, 2008-2012, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet, Bangladesh
Positions and Affiliations:
  • Lecturer (22 October 2013 - Present), Department of Fisheries Technology and Quality Control, Faculty of Fisheries, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh
Awards and Scholarships:
  • Australian Government RTP Stipend Scholarship (AUD 27,596 per annum)
  • CQUniversity Tuition Offset Scholarship
  • CQUniversity Allowances Scholarship
  • School of Health, Medical & Applied Sciences Top-Up Scholarship (AUD 5000 per annum)
  • QUT Postgraduate Research Award
  • QUT HDR Tuition Fee Sponsorship
Professional Memberships:
  • Member of Teachers Association, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh
  • Member of Democratic Teachers Association, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh
  • Member of Lecturer and Assistant Professors (LAPs) Group, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh
  • Member of Krishibid Institution Bangladesh (KIB)
Conference contributions (Oral Presentations):
  • Sabiha Sultana Marine, “Economic value of recreational fishing in Queensland: examining the effects of Queensland’s net free areas”, Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. 6-9 February, 2018.
Attended Conferences and Workshops:
  • Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. 6-9 February, 2018.
  • Three-day workshop on “SPSS’’ at Central Queensland University, Rockhampton. Venue: CQUniversity Library building, Room 10/1.33. Dated 11-13 June, 2018
  • One-day workshop on “Introduction to R” at The University of Queensland, Brisbane. Venue: Room 303, Frank White Building (43). Dated 12 October, 2016
  • Regional Dissemination Workshop on “The Process and Outputs of the IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM and Science Conference”. Venue: Auditorium, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh. Dated: 16 June, 2015
  • One-day workshop on “Annual Research”, organized by Sylhet Agricultural University Research System (SAURES), Venue: Auditorium, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh. Dated: 26 January, 2015
  • Successfully completed 6 days long (06 -11 January, 2015) training program on “Strengthening pedagogical skills of young teachers”, organized by Sylhet Agricultural University and supported by USAID- Funded Asia Farmer- to- farmer (F2F) program Winrock International.
  • Successfully completed the Orientation Training on “Seafood HACCP in Fish Value Chain” organized by Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish Foundation. Venue: Auditorium, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh. Dated: 30 November, 2014
Language:
  • Bengali (Native speaker)
  • English (IELTS 6.5)
  • Arabic (only can read)