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Dr. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan
Associate Professor & Coordinator
Department of Public Health
 
Contacts
Email: mumtaz.muhammadee@uoh.edu.pk
Tel:
University of Haripur (www.uoh.edu.pk)
 
Specilaization
 
Education
PhD
 
  • Profile
  • Research
  • Publications
  • Teaching
  • Industry Experience
  • Achievements

Current Status

Assistant Professor & Consultant

Department of Microbiology, University of Haripur, Haripur, Pakistan.

WelWrd Pharmaceuticals, Hattar Industrial State, Haripur

E-mail:mumtaz.muhammadee@gmail.com

Personal Profile

An experienced forward thinking academician and administrator with over 9 years’ experience within Pakistan, including working for the likes of Pharmaceuticals Industries, Research and Reference Lab, University of Karachi and University of Haripur. Possessing a broad knowledge of organizing, managing and supporting the activities required for running an educational and research institution. Flexible with strong team-working skills, involved in a wide variety of tasks in areas such as student’s enrolment, curriculum development, training, always looking for an opportunity for career progression with a reputable national and international organization with interest in “Microbiology/Biotechnology”. Having excellent communication skills in English, logical and convincing abilities.

Education:

Degree/Certificate

Year

Specialization

Institute/Board

PhD

2014

Medical Biotechnology

University of Karachi

B.Sc (Hons)

2006 

Microbiology

Hazara University Mansehra

F.Sc

2001

Pre-Medical

BISE (Board of Intermediate and secondary education Abbottabad)

S.S.C

1999 

Science

BISE Abbottabad

Personal information

Father name:                                     Karim Dad

C.N.I.C. No:                                     13302-3295559-5

Marital status:                                   Single

Permanent resident Address:          Village & Post Office Pind Kamal Khan,

Haripur, Hazara, Pakistan.

  1. A project of 0.5 Rs. 0.5 Million submitted to HEC

Research Supervision

  1. Miss Amina Shaid
  2. Miss Azra Siddique
  3. Miss Sumbal Rani

Research Associate

Place: Department of Biotechnology - University of Karachi

Duration:  January 2007 to December 2013 (7years)

Publications

  1. Sajid Ali, Fariha Hassan, Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Anwar Sheed, Abdul Jabbar and Maqsood Ali Khan. Molecular Characterization of rpoB, katG and inhA Genes for the detection of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. 2015. Int J Microb Research 6 (2): 79-83, 2015.
  2. Farzana Yasmeen, Muhammad Imran Sarwar, Abdul Hakeem, Sikandar Khan Sherwani, Muhammad Shahbaz Hussain, Mubarak Zeb, Irfan Sarwar and Mumhamad Mumtaz Khan. 2014. Identification of Staphylococcus aureus in Pus samples and its Anti-microbial Susceptibility against Imipenem, Tobramycin and Linezolid. 4 (1): 9-12.
  3. Azhari H. Nour, Muhammad Khan, Ahmad Ziad Sulaiman, Tahira Batool, Abdurahman H. Nour, Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Faridah Kormin. 2014. In vitro anti-acetyl cholinesterase and antioxidant activity of selected Malaysian plants. Asian J Pharma and Res. 7 (3): 93-97.
  4. Muhammad Imran Sarwar , Sikandar Khan Sherwani , Irfan Sarwar , Muhammad Mumtaz Khan and Shahana Urooj Kazmi. 2014. Prevalence of HBsAg among the Patients of Sheikh Zayed Hospital Rahim Yar Khan Pakistan. Reviews of Progress.  44 (26): 1-3.
  5. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Maria Silvana Alves, Sajid Ali, Mustafa Kamal. 2013. Depiction of mutations in the rpoB gene associated with rifampin resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis clinical isolates. Int J sc & Research. 4(11): 323-328. 
  6.  Muhammad Mumtaz Khan[1], Mohammad Haroon Khan[2], Maria Silvana Alves[3], Sherwani Sikandar Khan [4], Mirza Adnan Baig1, Mustafa Kamal*1. 20013. Structure based assessment of rpoB gene from multiple-drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis clinical isolate. Int J advance research. 7 (1): 567-575.
  7. Sherwani Sikandar Khan , Khan Muhammad Mumtaz, Munir Shahzad , Ziaullah, Kazmi shanhan urooj. 2013. Anthelmintic potential of crude extract of camellia sinensis (Green tea). Int Res J Pharm. 43 (3):94-96.
  8. Sikandar Khan Sherwani, Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Muhammad Uzair Khan, Muhammad Ajmal Shah, Shahana Urooj Kazmi. 2013. Evaluation of in vitro anthelmintic activity of cymbopogen citratus (lemon grass) extract. Int J Pharm & life Sce. 4: (6)0976-7126.
  9. Sikandar Khan Sherwani, Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Arif Zubair, Muhammad Ajmal Shah, Shahana Urooj Kazmi. Evaluation of in vitro thrombolytic activity of bougainvillea spectabilis leaf extract. 2013. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 21(1): 6-9.
  10. Muhammad Khan, Salah A. A Elhussein, Muhammad Mumtaz Khan , Nawsher Khan. 2012. Anti-Acetylcholinesterase Activity of Piper Sarmentosum by a continuous Immoblized-enzyme Assay. APCBEE Procedia.  2:199-204.
  11. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Mustafa Kamal. 2012. The base “G” in TB86 primer frequently used in the amplification of katG isoniazid resistance gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an insertion. Journal of Basic & Appl Sce 8: 181-182.
  12. GenBank Submission
  13. Kamal M, Khan MM, Khan MH, Khan M. and Alves MS.2013. Depiction of Mutations S315T in katG gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in clinical isolates from Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB776022| MMK-1
  14. Kamal M, Khan MM, Khan MH, Khan M. and Alves MS. 2013. Depiction of Mutation S315R in katG gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in clinical isolates from Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB776695| MMK-2.
  15.   Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711167 | MK-1.
  16. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711168 | MK-2.
  17. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711169 | MK-3.
  18. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711170 | MK-4.
  19. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711171 | MK-5.
  20. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711172 | MK-6.
  21. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no:AB711173 | MK-7.
  22. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no:AB711174 | MK-8.
  23. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no:AB711175 | MK-9.
  24. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711176     | MK-10.
  25. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no: AB711177 | MK-11.
  26. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2012. Description of new mutations in rpoB gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from Karachi, Pakistan. NCBI/GenBank. Accession no:  AB711178 | MK-12.
  27.  Muhammad Mumtaz Khan. Infection pattern and prevalence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.2006. BSc(Hons) Thesis.
  28. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan. Rifampicin and Isoniazid associated drugs resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Pakistan. 2014. PhD thesis.

 

Article submitted

 

  1. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Sajid Ali, Maria Silvana Alves, and Mustafa Kamal.2015. The important event of rifampicin and isoniazid drug resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis: an update! European journal of Microbiology.
  2. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Mohammad Haroon Khan, Maria Silvana Alves, Sajid Ali, Muhammad Khan, Mustafa Kamal. 2015. Investigation of S315R and S315T through structural analysis couple with docking studies of isoniazid prodrug to wild type & mutant KatG of MDR-MTB. Journal of biotechnology.
  3. Rehmat Zaman, Wajid Rehman, Mukhtiar Hassan, Muhammad Mumtaz khan. 2015. Synthesis, characterization and biological activities of Cephalosporin metals complexes. Pakistan journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.                                            

 

Conference proceeding

 

  1. Muhammad Mumtaz Khan, Mohammad Haroon Khan, Maria Silvana Alves, Fozia Karim Dad, Sajid Ali, Muhammad Khan, Mustafa Kamal. 2014. Investigation of S315R and S315T through structural analysis couple with docking studies of isoniazid prodrug to wild type & mutant KatG of MDR-MTB. Clin microbial 2014. 3:5.1.

 

  1. Sumera Bibi1, Hajira Haroon1, Sadia Alam2, Alia Naz1, Murad Ali3, Muhammad Mumtaz Khan2. Impact of wastewater effluents on the physicochemical and Bio-burden of fresh water. 2nd international water conference. Water & sustainable Development. June 5-7, 2015.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Professor 

Place: Department of Microbiology - University of Haripur, Haripur, Pakistan

Duration:  March 2014 to still

Academic Responsibilities

  • Incharge Reports and minutes writing
  • Coordination and collaboration Committee
  • Member Admission Committee
  • Member Grievance Committee
  • Internal member Board of studies
  • invention to inovation summit comittee

Exam Responsibilities of affiliated collages

  • Exam supervisor, semester examination GPGC, Haripur
  • Inspector of Supplementary Exam: GPGC Haripur, GPGC for Woman Haripur, WAPDA Degree Collage, Ghazi, Haripur
  • Exam Superintendent, Govt Collage of Management Sciences, Haripur.
  • Master Trainer of Presiding Assistant Presiding officer during local bodies Election

Research Supervision 

  1. Miss Amina Shaid ( Thesis completed
  2. Miss Azra Siddique (Thesis completed)
  3. Miss Sumbal Rani (Thesis completed)
  4. Miss Uzma Riaz
  5. Miss Noor Sahr
  6. Miss Iqra Waheed
  7. Miss sania

 

Courses taught

General Virology, Medical Microbiology, General Immunology, Clinical Parasitology, Industrial Microbiology, Fresh Water Microbiology

 

 

Consultant 

Place: welwrd Pharmaceutical, Industrial estate Hattar, Haripur.

Duration:  1st February 2014 to still

Quality Assurance Officer

Place: Akson Pharmaceutical Mirpur AJK

Duration:  1st January 2006 to December 2006 

Quality Control Officer

Otsuka Pakistan Ltd, Lesbella Industrial State, Bloachestan (Night Shift).

Microbiologist (Evening Shift)

Place: Department of Clinical Microbiology at Raheela Research and Reference Lab Karachi.