Dr. Subrina is a distinguished medical researcher, scientist, writer, and clinician of 25 years of experience. Last 23 years, she served the Medical School of Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, National Center of Global Health and Medicine (NCGM), Tokyo, Japan, and Medical School of Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, Japan.
Dr. Jesmine is not only a prolific worker but also a prolific writer. She has published more than 200 peer-reviewed high impact factor international journal articles. In about half of these publications, she is the principal author or corresponding author.
To date, she has successfully developed, secured funding, and effectively managed more than 50 medical and healthcare projects. She also made more than 450 scientific presentations at various international medical and healthcare congresses.
Dr. Subrina can write in any discipline of health care and medical field from preclinical and basic research using cell culture and animal models; community development research including epidemiology, market research, interventional research, using both qualitative or quantitative approaches; cross-sectional, cohort, retrospective/prospective and observational.
She has written more than 60 papers on clinical pharmacology and drug development. Dr. Subrina Jesmin has an impressive breadth and depth in medical education. Through the years, she has supervised medical students from diverse fields of medical specialties.
Her leadership abilities and innovative mindset, as well as her energy and accomplishments, are awe-inspiring. Lastly, Dr. Subrina is a skilled clinician, patient, and community educator. She is also very collegial, great team player, well mannered, has basic human common sense, communicates well, honest, punctual, sincere, and understanding. In addition, she is straightforward, flexible, adjust to any environment and has a strong sense of right and wrong.
Dr. Subrina got her medical practitioner license in 1998 in Bangladesh. Then the Japanese Government awarded her the prestigious Ministry of Education and Science (Monbusho) Postgraduate Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Medicine, Sapporo, Japan.
In 2003 she obtained her Ph.D. degree (Department of Cardiovascular Medicine), at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan. Later in 2009, she earned a master of public health (MPH) and in 2010, master of clinical and biomedical science (MCBS).
Dr. Subrina is also a member and fellow of various notable international societies and fellowships, including the American Heart Association (FAHA), USA; American College of Cardiology (FACC), USA; International College of Angiology (FICA), USA; Royal College of Physician (FRCP), Edinburg, UK; Royal Society of Medicine (FRSM), UK and a Lifetime member of International Epidemiological Association (IEA).