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Md. Sahab Uddin

Research Scholar - Department of Pharmacy at Southeast University Bangladesh

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Neuropharmacology, Neuropsychology, Neurophysiology, Neuropsychopharmacology
Md. Sahab Uddin is a research scholar in the Department of Pharmacy at Southeast University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. His research interest is how neuronal communication can be manipulated by neurochemicals to manage Alzheimer’s disease. He has developed Matching Capacity, Dissimilarity Identification and Sense Making tests for the estimation of memory, attention and cognition respectively in human. Furthermore, he has also established Numeral Finding and Typo Revealing tests for the determination of attention in human. Md. Uddin published a number of method, research, review and image articles in the peer reviewed international scientific journals. He is serving as editorial and reviewer board member of more than fifty international scientific journals. He has authored three book entitled “Pharmakon Comprehensive Pharmaceutical Pharmacology”, Tools of Pharmacy: Getting Familiar with the Regular Terms, Words and Abbreviations” and “Quality Control of Pharmaceuticals: Compendial Standards and Specifications”. In addition, he has also published a number of book chapters under scholarly publishers. Md. Uddin is a researcher and scientific minded author, his numerous manuscripts are waiting for publication.
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