Mr. Sarker Mohammed Ibrahim Khalil
Mr. Sarker Mohammed Ibrahim Khalil
Assistant Professor
B.Sc. Fisheries (Hons.), MS in Aquaculture, (BAU), Erasmus Mundus MSc in Marine Environment and Resources (MER), (University of Bordeaux, France; University of Liege, Belgium; University of the Basque
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khalilsmi.fhm@sau.ac.bd

Sarker Mohammed Ibrahim khalil is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fish Health Management at Sylhet Agricultural University since 2012. He received a B.Sc. and M.Sc. from Bangladesh Agricultural University in 2010 and 2012 respectively. He received his second M.Sc. from prestigious MER consortium (http://merconsortium.eu/) and attended University of Bordeaux, France; University of Liege, Belgium; University of the Basque Country, Spain and University of Southampton, UK. His main research interests are aquaculture, fish disease, immunology and pathology through molecular (gene transcription and sequencing); cellular (biochemical enzyme and protein detection) and conventional techniques (histology).

Publication Profile:
  • Goni O, Alam M. M. M., Khalil S. M. I., Bari S. M., Hamom A., Parven M., and Mamun M. A. A. 2020. Identification of pathogenic bacteria from diseased stringing catfish Heteropneustis fossilis with their sensitivity to antibiotics. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 8(1): 291-301
  • Bir J., Howlader P., Ray S., Sultana S., Khalil S. M. I., and Banu G. R. 2017. A critical review on White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV): A potential threat to shrimp farming in Bangladesh and some Asian countries. IJMM 6(1):39-48
  • Mahfuza Akter, Manon Auguste, Joyanta Bir, Esther Blanco, Tifanie Briaudeau, Giulia Dapueto, Diaz de Cerio, Caroline Coccoli, Marie Creemers, Marinelle Espino, Dhiman Gain, Endika Gil-Uriarte, Camille Grimaldi, Sarker Mohammed Ibrahim Khalil, Alizée Lopez, Ane Rementeria, Marlène Roch, Azibar Rodriguez, Olaya Roman, Hu Ruoyu, Melina Abdou, Miquel Coll Crespi, Maria Cuarter o Botia, Marianna Fighera, Teba Gil-Diaz, Justyna Lucja Kowal, Florian Luxenbur ger, Cristiana Mirasole, Nadezda Pankratova, Abra Penezic, Silvia Zieger, Mary-Lou Tercier-Waeber, and Corinne Nardin 2017. SCHeMA EU Project Summer School Report (Bilbao June 16 – 17, 2016), September 2017. CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry 71(9):607-610. (DOI: 10.2533/chimia.2017.607)
  • Ahammad B., Khandaker M., Hossain M. I., Mamun M. A. A., Khalil S. M. I., Mita F. A., Bari S. M., Alam M. M. M. Moniruzzaman M. 2017. Assessment of fish diversity in Shatghari point of Surma River, Golapgonj, Sylhet, Bangladesh. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 5(5): 205-211
  • Bari S. M., Khalil S. M. I., Mamun M. A. A., Islam MJ., Baten M. A., and Hossain M. M. 2015. Seasonal Variation in Population Dynamics of Helminth Parasites in Clarias batrachus from Natural wetlands of Sylhet, Bangladesh. International Journal of Natural Sciences. 5(2):86-89
  • Bari S. M., Khalil S. M. I., Mamun M. A. A., Islam MJ., Baten M. A., and Hossain M. M. 2015. Seasonal Variation in Population Dynamics of Helminth Parasites in Clarias batrachus from Natural wetlands of Sylhet, Bangladesh. International Journal of Natural Sciences. 5(2):86-89
  • Khalil S. M. I., Mamun M. A. A, Bari S. M. and Haque M. N. 2014. Endoparasitic infestations in Channa punctatus (Bloch, 1793) collected from different water bodies in Sylhet. J. Syl. Agril. Univ. 1(1):59-64
  • Hossain M. M., Ahmed G. U., Ferdous M. J., Khalil S. M. I., Bari S. M., Hassan M. M. and Gosh K., 2014. Seasonal variation of clinico-pathological changes of a farmed exotic carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix from North- Eastern region, Bangladesh. Annals of Veterinary and Animal Science. 1(1):122-135
  • S. M. I. Khalil, K. J. Chandra and D. R. Das, 2014. Effects of endoparasitism of Heteropneustes fossilis on condition factor, gonad and blood composition of host. Res. Agric., Livest. Fish. 1(1): 159-167
  • Khalil S. M. I., Chandra K. J., Hasan M. T., Kashem M. A and Das D.R. 2013. Parasitic infestation of Heteropneustes fossilis and their influence on length and weight of the host, Bangladesh J. Environ. Sci. 24:114-119
  • Shahin M. I. H., Chandra K. J., Das D. R. and Khalil S. M. I. 2013. Morphology and histopathology of alimentary canal of Clarias batrachus (Linnaeus) and Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch), IRJAHS 2(3), p11-20
  • Kashem M.A., Uddin M.N., Hasan M.T., Khalil S.M.I and Reza M.S., 2013. Effect of Oxytetracycline on bacterial load of Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Silver Carp) fish in culture pond of Mymensingh, Bangladesh. J. Agrofor. Environ. 7(2):183-187
Peer Reviewed Selected Articles:
  • Shahin M. I. H., Chandra K. J., Das D. R. and Khalil S. M. I. 2013. Morphology and histopathology of alimentary canal of Clarias batrachus (Linnaeus) and Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch), IRJAHS 2(3), p11
  • Hossain M. M., Ahmed G. U., Ferdous M. J., Khalil S. M. I., Bari S. M., Hassan M. M. and Gosh K., 2014. Seasonal variation of clinico-pathological changes of a farmed exotic carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix from North- Eastern region, Bangladesh. Annals of Veterinary and Animal Science. 1(1):122-135
  • Mahfuza Akter, Manon Auguste, Joyanta Bir, Esther Blanco, Tifanie Briaudeau, Giulia Dapueto, Diaz de Cerio, Caroline Coccoli, Marie Creemers, Marinelle Espino, Dhiman Gain, Endika Gil-Uriarte, Camille Grimaldi, Sarker Mohammed Ibrahim Khalil, Alizée Lopez, Ane Rementeria, Marlène Roch, Azibar Rodriguez, Olaya Roman, Hu Ruoyu, Melina Abdou, Miquel Coll Crespi, Maria Cuarter o Botia, Marianna Fighera, Teba Gil-Diaz, Justyna Lucja Kowal, Florian Luxenbur ger, Cristiana Mirasole, Nadezda Pankratova, Abra Penezic, Silvia Zieger, Mary-Lou Tercier-Waeber, and Corinne Nardin 2017. SCHeMA EU Project Summer School Report (Bilbao June 16 – 17, 2016), September 2017. CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry 71(9):607-610. (DOI: 10.2533/chimia.2017.607)
  • Bir J., Howlader P., Ray S., Sultana S., Khalil S. M. I., and Banu G. R. 2017. A critical review on White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV): A potential threat to shrimp farming in Bangladesh and some Asian countries. IJMM 6(1):39-48
  • Goni O, Alam M. M. M., Khalil S. M. I., Bari S. M., Hamom A., Parven M., and Mamun M. A. A. 2020. Identification of pathogenic bacteria from diseased stringing catfish Heteropneustis fossilis with their sensitivity to antibiotics. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 8(1): 291-301
Conference Proceedings:
  • T Sultana, SK Mazumder and SMI Khalil, 2019. Reproductive biology of Mystus bleekeri (DAY, 1877), a commercially important catfish of Bangladesh. 1st ICSF, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet, Bangladesh, pp.70
  • MM Moshiur, SMI Khalil, TA Sumon and MMM Alam, 2019. Prevalence of fish diseases in different aqua farms in North-Eastern Bangladesh. 25-27th August, 1st ICSF, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet, Bangladesh, pp.99
  • TF Sumon, MA Hussain, FA Mita, J Bir and SMI Khalil, 2019. Present Status of Formalin use in four commercial fish species of the North-Eastern Bangladesh. 25-27th August, 1st ICSF, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet, Bangladesh, pp.137
  • Sarker MI Khalil, Miren P Cajaraville and Maren Ortiz-Zarragoitia, 2018. Transcription levels of genes related to gamete development and hormonal signaling in Mussels Mytilus Galloprovincialis (L.) along the reproductive cycle. 9-12th September, 31st Congress, ESCPB, Porto, Portugal. Pp. 168
Research Interests:
  • 1. Diseases of vertebrate and Invertebrate
  • 2. Identification of disease through molecular (gene transcription and sequencing); cellular (biochemical enzyme and protein detection) and conventional techniques (histology).
  • 3. Aquatic pollution and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)
Research Support:
  • Principal Investigator; Title of the Project: Gonadal Histology and Histopathological alterations related to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) in adult Olive Barbs Puntius sarana collected from Surma river; Organization: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh Duration: July 2020 - June 2021
  • Principal Investigator; Title of the Project: Evaluation of histopathological alterations in the gills and liver of Olive barb (Puntius sarana) as an indicator of the Surma river pollution; Organization: University Grants Commission, Bangladesh Duration: July 2019 - June 2020
Undergraduate Courses:
  • 1. Fish Pathology
  • 2. Fish Parasitology
  • 3. Common Fish Diseases
Masters Courses:
  • 1. Advanced Fish Pathology
  • 2. Advanced Fish Parasitology
  • 3. Water Quality and Health Control
  • 4. Common Fish Diseases
Academic Degrees and Qualification:
  • B.Sc. Fisheries (Honors), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
  • M.S. in Aquaculture, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
  • Erasmus Mundus MSc in Marine Environment and Resources (MER), University of Bordeaux, France; University of Liege, Belgium; University of the Basque Country, Spain and University of Southampton, UK
Positions and Affiliations:
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Fish Health Management, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet 3100, Bangladesh. Duration: 02 April 2014 to till date
  • Lecturer, Department of Fish Health Management, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet 3100, Bangladesh. Duration: 02 April 2012 to 01 April to 2014.
Other Academic, Administrative and Scientific Research Involvements:
  • Assistant Provost, Hazrat Shah Poran (R.) Hall, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet.
Awards and Scholarships:
  • Erasmus Mundus Scholarship 2015 for MSc in Marine Environment and Resources (MER) funded by European Commission; Duration: September 2015 to August 2017.
Role as Reviewer:
  • Microbial Pathogenesis
  • Archives of Microbiology
  • Letters in Applied Microbiology
  • Current Microbiology
  • Indian Journal of Fisheries
Professional Memberships:
  • Life Member: Krishibid Institution Bangladesh (KIB).
  • General Member: Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF).
Training:
  • 8/11/2017-13/11/2017: Advanced Agricultural Research Methodology”, organized by Highier Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP), Sub-project CP#6197, supported by USAID-Funded Asia Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) Program, Winrock International, Sylhet Agricultural University, Sylhet, Bangladesh
  • 13/07/2017-14/07/2017: “ENSEMBL WORKSHOP”, organised by Dr. Oihane Diaz De Cerio and Dr. Eider Bilbao (University of the Basque Country-PiE-EHU/UPV) in co-operation with Dr. Benjamin Moore (European Bioinformatics Institute- EMBL-EBI), Plentzia, Bilbao, Spain.
  • 20/06/2016-24/06/2016: 10th International Post-graduate Course Part-II: Research in Marine Environment and Resources (RiMER), Plentzia, Bilbao, Spain
  • 14/06/2016-16/06/2016: Summer School organized by Integrated in Situ CHemical MApping Probes (SCHeMA) projects, funded by European Commission, Plentzia, Bilbao, Spain.
  • 01/02/2016-05/02/2016: 10th International Post-graduate Course Part-I: Research in Marine Environment and Resources (RiMER), Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
  • 4/01/2016-28/012016: Internship with Prof. Jorg Schafer and Teba Gil Diaz (PhD student), University of Bordeaux, France entitled with “Estuarine reactivity of Antimony (Sb)”.
  • 3/04/2011-14/04/2011: Training on “Basics of MS Office”, Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh
Mentorship and Supervisory Work (MS):
  • Tofael Ahmed Sumon; ID. No.: 1402030401; Reg. No.: 0769; Thesis title: Status of formalin in commercially important fishes from the northeastern region of Bangladesh. Role: Supervisor.
  • Md Abdul Karim; ID. No.: 1702030406; Reg. No.: 2018; Thesis title: Histologival alterations in Liver and Kidney of Gangetic Mystus (Mystus Cavasius) due to water pollution in the Surma River. Degree offered: June 2019. Role: Supervisor.
  • Mst Monera Jaman; ID. No.: 1802030406; Thesis Title: Evaluation of histopathological alterations in the gills and liver of Olive barb (Puntius sarana) as an indicator of the Surma river pollution. Role: Supervisor.
  • Md Jobayer Rahman; ID. No.: 1901030406; Reg. No.: 2842; Thesis title: Gonadal Histology and Histopathological alterations related to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) in adult Olive Barbs Puntius sarana collected from Surma river. Role: Supervisor.
  • Sayed Mashequl Bari; ID. No.: 1202030401; Reg. No.: 0554; Thesis title: Study of Endohelminth parasites and their infestations on host, Clarias batrachus (Linneaus). Degree offered: December 2013. Role: Co-supervisor.
  • Md. Moshiur Rahman; ID: 1302030401 Reg. No.: 0794; Thesis Title: Status of fish health management and the responsible use of drugs and chemicals in North-Eastern Bangladesh. Degree Offered: December 2014. Role: Co-supervisor.
  • Basir Ahammad; Id. No.: 1402030402; Reg. No.: 1008; Assessment of Fish diversity in Shatghari Point of Surma River, Golapganj, Sylhet. Degree offered: December 2015. Role: Co-supervisor.
  • Osman Goni; ID: 1602030403; Reg. No.: 1609; Thesis Title: Identification of bacterial pathogens from diseased Heteropneustes fossilis and assessment of their sensitivity to antibiotics. Degree Offered: June 2018 Role: Co-supervisor.
  • Moslima Parven; ID: 1702030401; Reg. No.: 1977; Thesis Title: Diagnosis of bacterial pathogens from diseased Pangasius hypophthalmus and evaluation of their sensitivity to antibiotics. Degree Offered: December 2018 Role: Co-supervisor.
Language:
  • Bangla (Mother tongue)
  • English (Expert user)
  • Spanish (Frequent user)