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Prof. Md Taslim Uddin | Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation | Best Researcher Award

Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation | Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation | Bangladesh

Short Bio

Md. Taslim Uddin is a distinguished Professor at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He also serves in the Faculty of PM&R at the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons (BCPS). With a career spanning over four decades, he has made significant contributions to the field of medical rehabilitation, both in Bangladesh and internationally.



Education 📚

Md. Taslim Uddin completed his secondary and higher secondary education in Comilla, Bangladesh, focusing on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology. He obtained his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Chittagong University in 1984. Furthering his expertise, he earned a Fellowship from the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons (BCPS) in 1995. He has also undergone extensive postgraduate training in PM&R, including a residency at King Abdul Aziz Hospital in Saudi Arabia.

Experience 🏥

Starting his career as a Resident Medical Officer with Save the Children Fund in 1985, Md. Taslim Uddin later served as a Medical Officer in Bangladesh’s National Health Services. He has held various positions at BSMMU, progressing from Indoor Medical Officer to Professor and Chairman of the Department of PM&R. His leadership roles extend to chairmanship at BCPS and active participation in numerous professional bodies, such as the Bangladesh Association of PMR and the International Society of PRM.

Research Interests 🔬

Md. Taslim Uddin’s research primarily focuses on the effects of physiotherapy on conditions like ankylosing spondylitis, rehabilitation of spinal cord injuries, and the impacts of climate change-related natural disasters on persons with disabilities. He is deeply involved in improving rehabilitation practices and policies, especially in resource-limited settings.

Awards 🏆

Throughout his illustrious career, Md. Taslim Uddin has been recognized with numerous awards, including the ISPRM Young Scientist Award. His dedication to disaster medical rehabilitation has also earned him accolades, notably for his work in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake and Cyclone SIDR in Bangladesh.

Publications 📖

Md. Taslim Uddin has an extensive list of research publications, contributing significantly to the body of knowledge in physical and rehabilitation medicine. Below are some notable publications:

  1. “Health Impacts of Climate-change Related Natural Disasters on Persons with Disabilities in Developing Countries: A literature review” (2024) – The Journal of Climate Change and Health
  2. “Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of Persons With Spinal Cord Injury in Bangladesh: Database for the International Spinal Cord Injury Community Survey” (2023) – Neurotrauma Reports
  3. “Leadership in Rehabilitation Teamwork: Challenges for Developing Countries” (2022) – Frontiers in Rehabilitation Science
  4. “Rehabilitation of Persons with Spinal Cord Injury in Bangladesh” (2022) – Mymensingh Medical Journal
  5. “Correlation between goniometric measurements of range of motion and radiographic scores in osteoarthritis knee: An observational study among females” (2022) – Medicine
  6. “Association of COVID-19 symptoms and functional status of the COVID-19 survivors in a tertiary health care center in a developing country” (2023) – F1000Research
  7. “Fellowship Trainee Research Activities of a Faculty of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons: Analysis of 30 years Dissertation Work and Recommendation for Further Improvements” (2022) – Journal of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons
  8. “Relations between indoor rehabilitation and basic health services in a developing country” (2023) – Frontiers in Rehabilitation Science
  9. “Ethical issues and dilemmas in spinal cord injury rehabilitation in the developing world: a mixed-method study” (2022) – Spinal Cord
  10. “The Impact of COVID-19 and the Challenges of Post-COVID Rehabilitation in a Developing Country” (2022) – Frontiers in Rehabilitation Science



Md Taslim Uddin | Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation | Best Researcher Award

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