Dr. Muhammad Imran Najeeb

D.V.M. (UAF), M.Sc (Hons) (UVAS)
Lecturer

Dept. of Microbiology, UVAS, Lahore – Pakistan

imran.najeeb@uvas.edu.pk

Telephone: +92 (0) 42 9211449 Ext 179 Fax: +92 (0) 42 99212864 
Mobile: 00 92 (0) 300 7913878

Biography

Dr Muhammad Imran Najeeb is lecturer at Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan and holds D.V.M and M.Sc. (Hons.) degree In Microbiology.
In his Master research, he worked on development of Indirect ELISA for detection of ND antibodies. The main aim of his research was to develop purified antigen for ELISA. In Ph.D he is working on Screening and characterization of indigenous microalgae for bio-fuel and bio-energy production potential. 

Areas of Interest

  1. Isolation and identification of pathogenic microbes of veterinary ad human importance
  2. Development of Diagnostic Kits of veterinary importance
  3. Genetic Engineering and BioTechnology.
  4. Alternative Energy (Bio-Fuels)

Publications

 

  1. Ikram Muhammad,  Atif Hanif ,mansur–ud–din Ahmad, Imran Najeeb, Altaf Mahmood, Hassaan Bin Aslam, Muhammad Qasim, Khawar Ali Shahzad, Abdul Ahad.2014. Development And Optimization Of Multiplex Pcr For The Identification Of A, O And Asia–1 Serotypes Of Fmdv In Pakistan . Journal Of Infection And Molecular Biology 2 (1): 11 – 15.  
  2. Muhammad Zafar, Aftab Ahmad Anjum, Muhammad Fiaz Qamar, Muhammad Imran Najeeb and Azhar Maqbool.2013.Haematological Studies during the Use of Herbal Polysaccharides in Commercial Poultry Biologia (Pakistan)
  3. M. U. D. Ahmad, A. Sarwar, M. I. Najeeb, M. Nawaz, A. A. Anjum, M. A. Ali and N. Mansur.2013.Assessment Of Microbial Load Of Raw Meat At Abattoirs And Retail Outlets.,  J.Anim. Plant Sci. 23(2).
  4. Muhammad Qasim, Imran Najeeb, Majeeda Rasheed,  Khawar Ali Shahzad,  Abdul Ahad, Zahida Fatima And Zubair Anwar.2012. Physico-chemical growth requirements and molecular characterization of indigenous spirulina. African journal of microbiology research., 6(11): 2788-2792.
  5. M. Azhar, A.A. Anjum, M.F. Qamar, M.I. Najeeb and A. Maqbool.2011. Role of herbal polysaccharides as growth promoters in broilers Journal of Science International.
  6. A. Hanif, K. Muhammad, A. A. Anjum, M.I. Najeeb.2009.Antimortem diagnosis of Buffalo rabies using saliva samples by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction., Pakistan Journal of Zoology.Suppl. S# 9 (part ii) 851-854
  7. Arfan, a.; a. Hanif; a. Shahid; m.d. Ahmad and m.i. Najeeb 2008 study of disease outbreak in layer flocks in and around samundri, district faisalabad., pak. J. Life soc. 5(1-2).
  8. Atif hanif, m.I.Najeeb.2007. Comparison of conventional bacterial isolation, rapid slide agglutination and polymerase chain reaction for detection of mycoplasma gallisepticum in breeder flocks. pak. J. Life soc., 4(1-2).

 

  1. M. A. Ali, Gull Naz, A. A. Anjum, K. Muhammad, M. D. Ahmad, M. I. Najeeb and S. Hameed. 2012. Identification and characterization of soil borne Mycotoxins producing Aspergillus species. Int. Conference of Toxicology, UVAS, Lahore. Pp: 46.
  2. M. A. Ali, M. D. Ahmad, K. Muhammad, A. A. Anjum, Gull Naz, M. Kamran and M. I. Najeeb. 2012. Influence of seasonal dynamics on prevalence of soil mycoflora. Int. Conference of Toxicology, UVAS, Lahore. Pp: 47.
  3. M.A. Ali, M.D. Ahmad, A.A. Anjum and M.I. Najeeb.2011. Multiple drug resistant (MDR) bacteria in mastitic milk of buffaloes. 31st. Pakistan Congress of Zoology (International), AJK University, Muzaffarabad. Pp: 34.

 

 

 

 

TRAINIGS, COURSES AND CONFERENCES (ATTENDED)

  1. Two week post graduate training course on application of Nuclear and Other Advances Techniques in NIAB 02-13 October 2009 
  2. USAHA’s 115th Annual Meeting and AAVLD’s 54th Annual CONFERENCE AUGUST 29- 5 SEP 2011. Buffalo USA.
  3. Basic Laboratory Techniques in Microbiology Department of Microbiology 2013
  4. One Day Workshop on Up-gradation of Modules in Molecular Genetics and Genomics Thursday March 19 2015. Organised  by British Council INSPIRE Translational Education partnership programme and department of livestock production, UVAS Ravi Camus

WORKSHOP ORGANISED

  1. Workshop on Cloning of Recombinant PUC 18 into DH5-Alpha. 12-17 september 2011.
  2. Workshop on Molecular Techniques (Pcr/Rt-Pcr) For Diagnosis Of Animal Microbial Diseases 16-19 November 2009

Postgraduate Supervision

Designation

M. Phil Students

in Progress

Produced

Supervisor

2

3

Member

1

5

Total

3

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