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We are addressing major public health concerns and genetic issues
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Disease Biology and Molecular Epidemiology Research Group

Department of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Chittagong


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We are addressing emerging public health issues.

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DBME research group


This group is a collaborative research effort between biologists, clinicians, epidemiologists, social workers, health administrators, and computer scientists. DBME group aims to work on Metabolic diseases, Emerging diseases, Infectious diseases, Common public health issues, Food quality, in silico drug designing, Effect of the drug, and Computational Biology. Running projects of this group include- Diabetes, Cancer, Antibiotic resistance, Metagenomic analysis of food quality, Bleeding disorders, and Hormonal disorders. You can join us by donating for research or working as an intern or volunteer. Make tomorrow better!

We bring together community, researchers, clinicians, students, and funders, who share our vision to improve the health and happiness of people through quality in research.

Our goal is to excel the quality and create a research institute that makes a real difference in South Asia, which will benefit mass people everywhere.


Next-Generation sequencing, Research and Innovation lab, Chittagong (NRICh)

Next-Generation sequencing, Research and Innovation lab, Chittagong (NRICh)

Child Health Research Foundation (CHRF) and University of Chittagong Set Up a Next-Generation Sequencing Lab Scientists play critical roles in the progress of society and in ensuring everyone’ ...
Students not ok due to over-dependence on gadgets: Study of dbme says

Students not ok due to over-dependence on gadgets: Study of dbme says

The pandemic has increased students’ dependencies on electronic gadgets and mobile phones, with 68 percent passing two to four hours a day on their mobile phones, nine percent spending that ...
40% children in Chattogram antibiotic-resistant: Findings of a dbme study

40% children in Chattogram antibiotic-resistant: Findings of a dbme study

The medicines we are self-prescribing in our efforts to fight off illnesses are actually creating stronger and deadlier germs. A recent research confirms that overuse and misuse of antibiotics are ...

Covid-19 Virus In Bangladesh: dBme researchers find 34 unique mutations

Global and local mutations in Bangladeshi SARS-CoV-2 genomes SARS COV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, mutated 4,604 times in Bangladesh from April to the first week of December last year, and of ...
New article on low medication adherence

New article on low medication adherence

Journal: Global Health Action Impact factor: 2.162 SJR: Q1 (Health Policy) Open Access   ...

Our vision

The DBME will be a quality platform in medical and molecular epidemiological research delivering improvements in human health for underprivileged countries.

Our mission

To conduct innovative research that deciphers into eternal health benefits.

Our values


Respect is at the core of our organization. We treat everyone in our diverse community with honesty, integrity, and respect.


It is a group of like-minded individuals with enthusiasm in modern medical research, using our creativity and the latest technology in our thirst for medical and public health breakthroughs.


We bring a passion and commitment to in all approaches of our work.


We recognize the strength of working with each other and our collaborators to achieve the amazing results for which we strive.

Current opportunities:

Internship & Research Assistant: Research involvement