Department of Pharmacy
Farhana Israt Jahan  Assistant Professor
Name :
Farhana Israt Jahan
Employee ID
710000842
Designation
Assistant Professor  
Department
Department of Pharmacy
Faculty
Faculty of Allied Health Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/pharmacy/israt.html
E-mail
jifarhana@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone
+88-01718556489
  • Ph.D Researcher, Department of Pharmacology, University of Dhaka. 
  • M. Pharm.(Thesis) and B. Pharm. (Hons.), Jahangirnagar University.
  • Training on DIU Moodle system, held on 14th January, 2019, arranged by Department of Pharmacy, Daffodil International University
  • Training on ‘Development of Teaching Learning Process for quality education’ held on 10th March 2018, arranged by Department of Pharmacy, Daffodil International University
  • Training on ‘Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) & writing journal articles’ held on January 2016, arranged by HRDI, Daffodil International University.
  • Four weeks in-plant training from Incepta Pharmaceutical Ltd.

 

Medicinal chemistry, Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Clinical Pathology, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics.

Journals:

1. Farhana Israt Jahan, Sultana S, Brishti SA, Obydulla. Ethnopharmacological Survey on Traditional Medicinal Plants at Keraniganj, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine, February 2019.

2. Farhana Israt Jahan, Lopa, AF, Akter AA survey on prevalence and prescription pattern of patient with psychiatric disorder. PharmacologyOnline, Newsletter, 2, 63-71, August 2018.

3. Rahman MH, Oliullah ABM, Rahman MM, Alam MJ, Shahriar M, Farhana Israt Jahan. Anti-Inflammatory And Analgesic Activities Of Ethanolic Extract Of Glochidion Thomsonii (Bark). PharmacologyOnline, Archive, 3, 317-323, December 2018.

4. Akter A, Farhana Israt Jahan, Esha NR. Assessment Of Prevalence And Prescription Trends Of Patients With Hemophilic Disorder. PharmacologyOnline, Archive, 3, 90-97, December 2018.

5. Oby Dulla, Farhana Israt Jahan: Ethnopharmacological survey on traditional medicinal plants at Kalaroa Upazila, Satkhira District, Khulna Division, Bangladesh; Journal of intercultural ethnopharmacology; 6(3), 216, July 2017.

6. Farhana Israt Jahan, Hossain N, and Mamun A: Questionnaire Survey on Disability & Paralysis Patients in the Center for the Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed (CRP), Savar, Dhaka; World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; 6(2), 200-209, January 2017.

7. Rahman MJ, Hossain N, Pervin L, Farhana Israt Jahan: Investigation of Antimicrobial and Anti-diarrheal potential of methanolic extract of the leaves of Lablab purpureus;International Journal of Innovative Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research; 4(8), 909-916, August 2016.

8. Sultana S, Brishti SA, Farhana Israt Jahan: A Survey on Health Status of Rural Population at Hazratpur Union, Keranigonj Thana, Bangladesh; PharmacologyOnline; 2, 44-48, August 2016.

9. Seraj S, Azam FMS, Farhana Israt Jahan, Nasrin D, Jahan S, Rahman S, Morshed MT, Rahmatullah M: Search for Phytoremediating Plants in a Textile Dye Polluted Area of Dhaka City, Bangladesh; Advances in Environmental Biology; 8(12), 220-224, July 2014.

10. Rahmatullah M, Ayman U, Akter F, Sarker M, Sifa R, Sarker B, Chyti HN, Farhana Israt Jahan: Chowdhury MH & Chowdhury SA: Medicinal formulations of a Kanda tribal healer – a tribe on the verge of disappearance in Bangladesh; African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines; 10(2), 213-222, 2013.

11. Seraj S, Farhana Israt Jahan, Chowdhury AR, Monjur-E-Khuda M, Khan MSH, Aporna SA, Jahan R, Samarrai W, Islam F, Khatun Z &Rahmatullah M: Tribal formulations for treatment of pain: a study of the Bede community traditional medicinal practitioners of Porabari village in Dhaka district, Bangladesh; African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines; 10(1), 26-34, 2013.

12. Rahmatullah M, Hasan A, Parvin W, Moniruzzaman M, Khatun A, Khatun Z, Farhana Israt Jahan &Jahan R: Medicinal plants and formulations used by the Soren clan of the Santal tribe in Rajshahi district, Bangladesh for treatment of various ailments; African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines; 9(3), 350-359, 2012.

13. Farhana Israt Jahan, Hasan MRU, Jahan R, Seraj S, Chowdhury AR, Islam MT, Khatun Z, Rahmatullah M: A Comparison of Medicinal Plant Usage by Folk Medicinal Practitioners of two Adjoining Villages in Lalmonirhat district, Bangladesh; American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(1), 46-66, 2011.

14. Karim MS, Rahman MM, Shahid SB, Malek I, Rahman MA, Jahan S, Farhana Israt Jahan:Rahmatullah M: Medicinal Plant Usage by Folk Medicinal Practitioners of Bangladesh: a randomized survey in a village of Narayanganj district; American Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(4),  405-414, 2011.

15. Rahmatullah M, Farhana Israt Jahan, Seraj S, Khatun Z, Islam F, Sattar MM, Khan T, Ishika T, Rahman M, Jahan R; Correlation between non-conventional plants consumed during food scarcity and their folk medicinal usages: a case study in two villages of Kurigram district, Bangladesh; American Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(2), 240-246, 2011.

16. Ali M, Nahar K, Sintaha M, Khaleque HN, Farhana Israt Jahan, Biswas KR, Swarna A, Monalisa MN, JahanR, Rahmatullah M: An Evaluation of Antihyperglycemic and Antinociceptive Effects of Methanol Extract of HeritieraFomesBuch- Ham. (Sterculiaceae) Barks in Swiss Albino Mice; American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(2), 116-121, 2011.

17. Islam F, Farhana Israt Jahan, Seraj S, Malek I, Sadat AFMN, Monalisa MN, Swarna A, Sanam S, Rahmatullah M: Differences in selection of ailments and medicinal plants by folk medicinal practitioners: a study of practitioners in Barobazar village of Jhenidaha district, Bangladesh; American Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(2), 292-303, 2011.

18. Islam F, Farhana Israt Jahan, Seraj S, Malek I, Sadat AFMN, Bhuiyan MSA, Swarna A, Sanam S, Rahmatullah M: Variations in disease and medicinal plant selection among folk medicinal practitioners: a case study in Jessore district, Bangladesh; American Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(2), 282-291, 2011.

19. Chowdhury FB, Azam FMS, Hassan MM, Farhana Israt Jahan, Chowdhury AR, Seraj S, Khatun Z, Rahmatullah M: Studies with Callus Induction of VitexNegundo: an Aromatic Medicinal Plant; American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(1), 6-14, 2011.

20. Rahmatullah M, Jahan R, Seraj S, Islam F, Farhana Israt Jahan, Khatun Z, Sanam S, Monalisa MN, Khan T, Biswas KR: Medicinal plants used by folk and tribal medicinal practitioners of Bangladesh for treatment of gonorrhea; American Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(2), 270-275, 2011.

21. Biswas A, Haq WM, Akber M, Ferdausi D, Seraj S, Farhana Israt Jahan, Chowdhury AR, Rahmatullah M: A Survey of Medicinal Plants Used by Folk Medicinal Practitioners of Paschim Shawra and Palordi Villages of GaurnadiUpazila in Barisal District, Bangladesh; American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(1), 15-22, 2011.

22. Seraj S, Aporna SA, Khan SH, Islam F, Farhana Israt Jahan, Mou SM, Khatun Z, Rahmatullah M: Use of gemstones for preventive and curative purposes: a survey among the traditional medicinal practitioners of the Bede community of Bangladesh; American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 5(1), 263-270, 2011.

23. Farhana Israt Jahan, Hossain MS, Mamun AA, Hossain MT, Seraj S, Chowdhury AR, Khatun Z, Andhi NZ, Chowdhury MH, Rahmatullah M: An Evaluation of Antinociceptive Effect of Methanol Extracts of DesmodiumGangeticum (L.) Dc. Stems and BenincasaHispida (Thunb.) Cogn. Leaves on Acetic Acid-induced Gastric Pain in Mice; Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences; 4(3), 365-369, 2010.

24. Farhana Israt Jahan, Islam MT, Hasan MRU, Chowdhury AR, Seraj S, Aziz MS, Jahan R, Khatun MA, Freedman R, Rahmatullah M: A Survey on Non-conventional Plant Parts Consumed during Monga– a Seasonal Famine which Affects the Northern Districts of Bangladesh: American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 4(2), 230-236, 2010.

25. Chowdhury AR, Farhana Israt Jahan, Seraj S, Khatun Z, Jamal F, Ahsan S, Jahan R, Ahmad I, Chowdhury MH, Rahmatullah M: A survey of medicinal plants used by Kavirajes of Barisal town in Barisal district, Bangladesh: American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture; 4(2), 237-246, 2010.

26. Jahan R, Khatun MA, Nahar N, Farhana Israt Jahan, Chowdhury AR, Nahar A, Seraj S, Mahal MJ, Khatun Z, Rahmatullah M: Use of Menispermaceae family plants in folk medicine of Bangladesh; Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences; 4(1), 1-9, 2010.

27. Rahmatullah M, Jahan R, Azad AK, Seraj S, Rahman MM, Chowdhury AR, Begum R, Nasrin D, Khatun Z, Hossain MS, Khatun MA, Miajee ZUME, Farhana Israt Jahan: A Randomized Survey of Medicinal Plants used by Folk Medicinal Practitioners in Ten Districts of Bangladesh to Treat Leprosy; Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences; 4(2), 128-131, 2010.

28. Rahmatullah M, Jahan R, Hossan MS, Seraj S, Rahman MM, Chowdhury AR, Begum R, Nasrin D, Khatun Z, Hossain MS, Khatun MA, Farhana Israt Jahan: A Comparative Analysis of Medicinal Plants used by Three Tribes of Chittagong Hill Tracts Region, Bangladesh to Treat Leukorrhea: Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences; 4(2), 148-152, 2010.

29. Rahmatullah M, Jahan R, Rahman MM, Seraj S, Nasrin D, Khatun Z, Chowdhury AR, Azad AK, Khatun MA, Begum R, Farhana Israt Jahan; A survey of medicinal plants used by folk medicinal practitioners for treatment of gastrointestinal disorders in randomly selected areas of four districts of Bangladesh; Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences; 4(2), 139-147, 2010.

30. Rahmatullah M, Jahan R, Hossan MS, Seraj S, Rahman MM, Chowdhury AR, Miajee ZUME, Nasrin D, Khatun Z, Farhana Israt Jahan, Khatun MA; A Comparative Analysis of Medicinal Plants used by Several Tribes of Chittagong Hill Tracts Region, Bangladesh to Treat Helminthic Infections; Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences; 4(2), 105-111, 2010.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

1. Farhana Israt Jahan, Sharifa Sultana, Sabreena Chowdhury Raka. “A Survey of Medicinal Plants Used by Folk Medicinal Practitioners atKolaroa Region of Satkhira District of Bangladesh”, 18th International Congress of International Society for Ethnopharmacology, ISE SFEC NC 2017/OP-03.

2. Sharifa Sultana, Farhana Israt Jahan, Shadia Afrin Brishti, “An overview: Health Hazards of Food Additives-Color”, DRUGSTECH- Joint conference of ‘Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand-Philippine, 2016.

 

  • Toxicological study and isolation of toxic compounds from some selected (Antihypertensive and Antidiabetic) ayurvedic products available in Bangladesh Market.
  • Phytochemical and Pharmacological evaluation of plant extracts.
  • Randomized Ethnomedicinal survey in different areas of Bangladesh.
  • Performance evaluation and comparative evaluation of various brands of medicines available in Bangladesh market
  • Market research on medicines prescribed for various diseases of Bangladesh

 

  1. Primary Scholarship & Junior scholarship
  2. Rajshahi Board scholarship at SSC and HSC level
  3. Jahangirnagar University scholarship at graduate level

1.  BADHAN
2.  ELP club, JU

  1. As a lecturer at ‘Bangladesh University’ from October 2007 to April 2008.
  2. As a Senior lecturer at ‘University of Development Alternative’ from May 2008 to March 2012.