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Tasnim Anjum Mou

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tasnim.anjummou@uqat.ca

Hello, I am Tasnim Anjum Mou, a student researcher and a veterinary doctor from Bangladesh. I love to explore the colorful world of microbes. My diverse research interest largely falls in microbial community including bacteria, toxicology, virology, parasitology, public health and even wildlife conservation. Now, I am waiting to start my new journey at UQAT-Amos.

My master project is based on the atypical cyanobacterial blooms in lakes of Abitibi-Temiscamingue. Cyanotoxin from the cyanobacterial bloom is common problem in summer and in eutrophic lakes, however, recently we observed blooms under Ice during freezing winter or in clear-water lakes of eskers. In my project, we want to explore reasons behind these unusual events from nature.

Formation académique

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (Bangladesh)

Projet de recherche : Understanding the atypical cyanobacterial blooms.

 Tasnim Anjum Mou Seasonal dynamic of harmful algal blooms in two Canadian boreal lakes. 2e colloque annuel du GREMA, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (2023-06-06) 

 Tasnim Anjum Mou Seasonal dynamic of harmful algal blooms in two Canadian boreal lakes Séminaire maîtrise (2023-05-02) 

 Tasnim Anjum Mou Sessonal dynamics of harmful algae bloom in canadian boreal lakes. GRE-MIDIS (2023-04-27) 

 Tasnim Anjum Mou Understanding the dynamic of harmful algal blooms in boreal lakes of Abitibi-Temiscamingue GRE-MIDIS (2022-01-27) 

 Tasnim Anjum Mou, Guillaume Grosbois, Miguel Montoro Girona. Connecting the dot: why are harmful blue green algae blooming under ice? 23e colloque de la Chaire AFD. Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (2021-12-07)