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Tamanna Nasrin

Country of origin: Bangladesh Currently in: Korea, Republic of, Gongju General field of specialization: Structural, Cell and Molecular Biology
Academic Background


2016 Master Other
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities


My current ongoing research is to identify the genetic causes of myopathy. Besides, I am doing genetic analyses on Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and Deafness as well.

Publications resulting from Research: 

Choi, H.J., Kanwal, S., Hameed, R. Tamanna N, Perveen S, Mahreen H, Son W, Lee KS and Chung KW (2023). Biallelic mutations in Pakistani families with autosomal recessive prelingual nonsyndromic hearing loss. Genes & Genomics, 45:145–156. DOI:

Jung, N.Y., Kwon, H.M.; Nam, D.E., Tamanna, N., Lee, A.J., Kim, S.B., Choi, B.-O., and Chung K.W (2022). Peripheral Myelin Protein 22 Gene Mutations in Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Type 1E Patients. Genes, 13(7):1219. DOI:

Current profession

Current professional activities type: 
Higher Education Study
Performed molecular biology scientific research using methods including DNA extraction, gel electrophoresis, whole exome sequencing, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and sanger sequencing.

Workshop and Conference Attended

2023 BEXCO, Busan, South Korea. International Conference of the Genetics society of Korea. Cancer Genetics: past, present and future.
2022 Jeju, South Korea International Conference of the Genetics society of Korea. From Mendelism to Modern Genetics.
2023 Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, South Korea. 78th Annual Conference of the Korean Association of Biological Sciences.
2022 Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea Korean association of biological sciences, themed on The Role of Life Science Research and Education. Date: August 10-12, 2022. .


Kongju National University

Presentation given

Autosomal Recessive Mutations in Korean Families with Myopathy
Bexco, Busan, South Korea
Event: International Conference of the Genetics society of Korea. Advances in Cancer Genetics: Past, Present & Future

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