Shah Mohammad Faruque is a Bangladeshi scientist. He is a scientist of microbiologist and a researcher on Cholera diseases. His research focuses was on cholera. It is the bacterium which causes the plague disease Cholera. Presently he is the director of the Centre for Food in Bangladesh. He is also authorized at ICDDR’B of Bangladesh.
The areas of attention include epidemiology, microbial genetics and environmental microbiology. He has been working for development of bacterial pathogens. These are particularly those connected with food borne and waterborne diseases.
Shah Mohammad Faruque was born in Jessore District in 1956 in Bangladesh. He studied his early education from Jessore Sacred Heart School and Jessore Zilla School. After that he got admitted in Jhenidah Cadet College and Government M.M. College. He received his BSc and MSc degrees from Dhaka University in Biochemistry during 1978 and 1979. In 1988, he got his PhD from the University of Reading at UK. He worked on hormonal order of gene appearance. He was a Commonwealth researcher in UK. Faruque has married to Hasna Hena. They have two children.
Faruque has writer of more than one hundred and twenty original research papers. He has contributed much to the natural devices associated of bacterial pathogens. He was rewarded in 2005 for the TWAS Prize in Medical Sciences. He has proposed models to clarify the role of ecological and swarm factors.
Faruque is a Fellow of TWAS. It is the World Academy of Sciences. He is also a Fellow of the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences. He is an associate of the International Society for Infectious Diseases. Faruque is one of the founders of the Association of Vibrato Biologists. He worked together with scientists from different countries and Institutes in several countries. He has been providing magnificent role in Bangladesh.