Md Saidur Rahman, PhD, DVM studies how environmental factors can affect fertility and influence the development of uterine diseases. He has studied endocrine disruptors' (EDCs)' impact on reproduction and how reducing exposure to EDCs may limit negative health outcomes.
His current research is devoted to studying the molecular mechanisms that regulate the pathophysiology of uterine diseases. His focus is on uterine biology, the development of therapeutic strategies for uterine diseases and the clinical management of endometrial cancer recurrence. He seeks to apply new techniques to reproductive research, including high-resolution imaging systems and engineered animal models that are phenotypically relevant to humans and non-human primates.
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Columbia, MO 65211
- Reproductive Biology
- Infertility and Subfertility
- Pathophysiology of Endometriosis
- Endometrial Diseases and Cancers
- Environmental, Occupational, and Public Health
Education & Training
2019 - 2022 Research Professor, Chung-Ang University, Korea
2017 - 2021 Brain Pool Fellowship, National Research Foundation, Korea
2017- 2018 Instructor, Chung-Ang University, Korea
2010 - 2011 National Science and Technology Fellowship, Bangladesh
2016 PhD, Chung-Ang University, Korea
2011 MS in Theriogenology, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
2009 DVM, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh
2010 Veterinary Certification-Bangladesh Veterinary Council
Awards & Honors
- Young Investigator Award, Korean Society of Animal Reproduction (2021)
- Young Investigator Award, Korean Society of Embryo Transfer (2021)
- Outstanding Reviewer Award, Theriogenology, Elsevier, Amsterdam (2018)
- Young Scientist Award, Korean Society for Developmental Biology (2016)
- Best Researcher Award, Chung-Ang University Graduate School (2016)
- American Chemical Society Author’s Reward (2015)
Selected Publications (Recent three years)
- Rahman MS, Pang WK, Amjad S, Ryu DY, Adegoke EO, Park YJ, Pang MG.
Hepatic consequences of a mixture of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in male mice.
J Hazard Mater. 2022, 436, 129236.
- Park YJ, Rahman MS, Pang WK, Ryu DY, Jung MJ, Amjad S, Kim JM, Pang MG.
Systematic multi-omics reveals the overactivation of T cell receptor signaling in immune system following bisphenol A exposure.
Environ Pollut. 2022, 308:119590.
- Ryu DY, Pang WK, Adegoke EO, Rahman MS, Park YJ, Pang MG.
Abnormal histone replacement following BPA exposure affects spermatogenesis and fertility sequentially.
Environ Int. 2022, 170:107617.
- Adegoke EO, Rahman MS, Amjad S, Pang WK, Ryu DY, Park YJ, Pang MG.
Bisphenol A damages testicular junctional proteins transgenerationally in mice.
Environ Pollut. 2022, 302:119067. 119067.
- Rahman MS, Pang WK, Ryu DY, Park YJ, Ryu BY, Pang MG.
Multigenerational impacts of gestational bisphenol A exposure on the sperm function and fertility of male mice.
J Hazard Mater. 2021, 416:125791.
- Rahman MS, Adegoke EO, Pang MG.
Drivers of owning more BPA.
J Hazard Mater. 2021, 417:126076.
- Rahman MS, Hossain KS, Das S, Kundu S, Adegoke EO, Rahman MA, Hannan MA, Uddin MJ, Pang MG.
Role of insulin in health and disease: An Update, Int.
J. Mol. Sci. 2021, 22, 3939.
- Rahman MS, Pang WK, Ryu DY, Park YJ, Pang MG.
Multigenerational and transgenerational impact of paternal bisphenol A exposure on male fertility in a mouse model.
Hum Reprod. 2020, 35(8):1740-1752.
- Rahman MS, Pang MG.
New Biological Insights on X and Y Chromosome-Bearing Spermatozoa.
Front Cell Dev Biol. 2020, 7:388.
- Park YJ, Rahman MS, Pang WK, Ryu DY, Kim B, Pang MG.
Bisphenol A affects the maturation and fertilization competence of spermatozoa.
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2020, 196:110512.