Faridpur Medical College

Young Researchers Club

About US

The Journey

Medical research is a prestigious work worldwide. But somehow, and quite unfortunately, this arena of opportunities and development is unexplored among the undergraduate students. As a result, Bangladeshi medical students lags behind others while comparing with the research work and even with research knowledge.

In an effort to explore the world of medical research and create a culture of thinking critically as a researcher, an initiative was taken to establish a Young Researchers Club (FMC-YRC) by Dr. Rajib Biswas and Dr. Niloy Shuvo who are alumni of Faridpur Medical College (F-21). Under the guidance and support of the Principal Prof. Dr. S. M. Khabirul Islam interested undergraduate students were  asked to sign up for the FMC-YRC.

On 25 April 2019 the first session of the FMC-YRC took place in the tutorial class room of the Department of Community Medicine, supervised by Dr. Md. Rafiqul Islam (Associate Professor and Head of the Dept. Community Medicine) and Prof. Dr. ratan Kumar Saha (Former Head of the Department of Surgery). Current students of FMC attended the session and express their curiosities regarding medical research.

On 15 July 2019, second meeting and workshop with the FMC-YRC took place in the class room of the Department of Pediatrics. Dr. A. F. M. Parvez, Assistant Professor (Neonatology) and Head of the Department of Pediatrics, appreciated the formation of the research group and agreed to be the supervisor of the club. On the second meeting, brief discussion was done on the research methodology and members were invited to generate new ideas of research and participate in different research work.

Very soon, students started working on different research projects supervised by their respected teachers and started learning the nitty-gritty of medical research by first-hand experience. 

First Meeting with the FMC-YRG on 25 April 2019
Workshop on research methodology by FMC-YRG on 15 July 2019

FMC-YRC

Our Objectives

  • Engage the research enthusiast students of Faridpur Medical College in different research activities.
  • Equip the students with the practical and updated knowledge of conducting a medical research by first-hand experience.
  • Allow the students to develop their own research ideas and execute them under the guidance of the respected teachers.
  • Build a culture of medical research among the students in an academic environment.
  • Help the teachers carry out their research work with active participation.

FMC-YRC

Who We Are?

Dr. Rajib Biswas

Founder ( F21)

Dr. Niloy Shuvo

Co-Founder (F21)

Mishrita Mitu

F25

Tarannum Islam Raha

F25

Tasnova Tamannur

F25

Roel Romi

F25

Salma Afroz Shifa

F25

Sajeda Islam Flora

F25

Afsana Rahman

F25

Aniqa Tahsin

F25

Shams Ilma

F25

Shafayet Tahmid Riyad

F27

Tanzim Ahmad Seyam

F27

Anika Tasfia Imam

F27

Nishat Mariam

F27

Sanjida Eva

F27

FMC-YRC

Our Activities

Right now our team is conducting various research activities under the supervision of the teachers of Faridpur Medical College.

Here are the list of research work being conducted by FMC-YRC:

1.

Identification of risk factors and antibiotic resistance of post-menopausal recurrent UTI patients (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. Dilruba Zeba, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Supervisor: Dr. Rajib Biswas

FMC-YRG Participants: Mishrita Mitu, Tarannum Islam Raha, Tasnova Tamannur, Sajeda Islam Flora

2.

Identification of risk factors and antibiotic resistance of UTI in pregnancy (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. Dilruba Zeba, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Supervisor: Dr. Rajib Biswas

FMC-YRG Participants: Mishrita Mitu, Tarannum Islam Raha, Tasnova Tamannur, Sajeda Islam Flora

 

On 1 December 2019 FCM-YRC participated the scientific seminar on choice of antibiotic organized be the Department of Pediatrics of Faridpur Medical College

3.

Breastfeeding And Weaning of Children: Identifying the Practice-Relevant Issues in an Urban Area of Bangladesh. (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. A. F. M. Parvez, Assistant Professor (Neonatology) and Head of the Department of Pediatrics.

Supervisors: Dr. Rajib Biswas, Dr. Niloy Shuvo

FMC-YRG Participants: Salma Afroz Shifa, Shams Ilma, Mishrita Mitu

4.

Analysis of risk factors of perinatal asphyxia among children admitted in a tertiary level hospital (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. A. F. M. Parvez, Assistant Professor (Neonatology) and Head of the Department of Pediatrics.

Supervisors: Dr. Rajib Biswas, Dr. Niloy Shuvo

FMC-YRG Participants: Salma Afroz Shifa, Shams Ilma, Mishrita Mitu

5.

Analysis of the achievements of developmental milestones of the perinatal asphyxiated babies. (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. Rajib Biswas

Supervisors: Dr. Niloy Shuvo, Dr. A. F. M. Parvez

FMC-YRG Participants: Salma Afroz Shifa, Afsana Rahman, Aniqa Tahsin.

6.

Analysis of the incidence, risk factors and hospital outcome of preterm LBW babies (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. Md. Kamrul Hassan, Junior Consultant, Department of Pediatrics, Faridpur Medical College Hospital.

Supervisors: Dr. Rajib Biswas.

FMC-YRG Participants: Tarannum Islam Raha, Tasnova Tamannur, Roel Romi.

7.

Changing Trends in Disease Pattern of Dengue in 2019 Outbreak – an Analysis Among Admitted Patients in a Tertiary Level Hospital (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. Khan Md. Arif, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Faridpur Medical College Hospital.

Supervisors: Dr. Rajib Biswas, Dr. Niloy Shuvo

FMC-YRG Participants: Sanjida Eva, Nishat Mariam, Mishrita Mitu, Salma Afroz Shifa, Shams Ilma, Shafayet Tahmid Riyad.

8.

Does death in the hospital follow a predictable pattern? (Title yet to be confirmed)

Investigator: Dr. A. F. M. Parvez, Assistant Professor (Neonatology) and Head of the Department of Pediatrics.

Supervisors: Dr. Rajib Biswas

FMC-YRG Participants: Anika Tasfia Imam, Tanzim Ahmad Seyam

FMC-YRC

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