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An urgent appeal from a postdoctoral Bangladeshi expatriate

An urgent appeal from a postdoctoral Bangladeshi expatriate

Dear members,
One of the objectives of GNOBB has been to help Bangladeshi Biotechnologists. I am reproducing below a letter received from Dr. Sarder Uddin employed until recently at Montana State University as a postdoctoral fellow. He urgently needs to be employed in a job suitable to his qualifications and experience. I reproduce below a letter received from Dr. Sarder Uddin whose postdoctoral fellowship terminated 31st December, 2013. Please contact Dr Sarder directly at if you have a postdoctoral position available in your department.
A copy of the letter received from Dr. Sarder Uddin.
“I’m Sarder Uddin, a Bangladeshi, currently staying at Montana State, USA under H-1B status. Here, I was working at Montana State University in the department of Cell Biology as a Post Doctoral Researcher. Due to funding limitations, my position ended on 31st December, 2013 (with a short notice). To keep my H-1B visa I must have to join elsewhere within January, 2014 but I gauge, which will be very much difficult for me without help of others. I don’t have any relative/known person who can help me in this regard.
Briefly, I’ve completed my PhD in the field of Molecular Biology from the Graduate School of Medicine, Yamaguchi University, Japan (with The Dean Award-2012). Before that, I’ve finished my MS in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (2005), Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (2003) and B.Sc. in Biotechnology (2001) from Khulna University, Bangladesh. Moreover, I’ve several years teaching and research experience as a full time faculty member in Bangladesh. I’ve published several articles in different peer reviewed scientific journals.
if you have a postdoctoral position available in your department, please contact Dr. Sarder Uddin direct at the following email address: opunasir@gmail.com.

Expression of a profound sense of gratitude to GNOBB members
January 7, 2014. Within a few hours from the issuance of an appeal to GNOBB members for helping an expatriate Bangladeshi biotechnologist, a GNOBB member  responded offering an important and useful  piece of information. This web-based organization founded nearly ten years back in 2004 has become a very powerful tool serving as a bridge between the members to their mutual advantage. – Coordinator

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