Md Mahbubur Rahman

Job Title

Name of Organization

Primary Email

Research Assistant

Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE), Massey University, New Zealand

Brief Biography

Md. Mahbubur Rahman is now a PhD student on Communication and Journalism at the school of Communication, Journalism and Marketing of Massey University, New Zealand (Manawatu Campus). His current research focuses on Rohingya health. Md Mahbubur Rahman is a Media and Social worker with more than 20 years of working experience in the field of Media, Health and Communications. He is also a registered Pharmacist of Bangladesh. He has more than 22 research publications and he contributes to write articles and commentaries in news portals. He has been awarded Gold Medal (Chancellor Award) in his MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree.

Field of Interests

My research interest include Health Communication, Media Communication, Inter-cultural Communication, Migrant and Refugee Health, Medicine and Pharmacy. I have had research experience in Rohingya Crisis and now I am working on Migrant and Refugee health utilizing Culture-Centered Approach and Kaupapa Māori theory.

Fields of Expertise

Current Research Projects

Key Publications

– Rahman, M.M., Mohajan, H.K., & Bose, T.K. (2021). Future of Rohingyas: Dignified Return to Myanmar or Restoring Their Rights or Both. IKAT: The Indonesian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 4(2), 145-170. 

– Rahman, M.M., & Mohajan, H. K. (2019). Rohingya-The Stateless Community Becoming the Lost Generation. Journal of Economic Development, Environment and People, 8(2), 24-36.

 – Rahman, M.M., Khanom, S.I., Sarkar, S.C. & Rahmatullah, M. (2017). Antinociceptive activity evaluation of memordica charantia fruit methanolic extract. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6(11): 173-178

 – Das, P.R., Islam, M.T., Mahmud, A.S.M.S.B., Kabir, M.H., Hasan, M.E., Khatun, Z., Rahman, M.M., Nurunnabi, M., Khatun, Z., Lee, Y.K., Jahan, R. & Rahmatullah, M. (2012). An ethnomedicinal survey conducted among the folk medicinal practitioners of three villages in Kurigram district, Bangladesh. American Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 6(2): 85-96

– Rahmatullah, M., Sadeak, Sk.M.I., Bachar, S.C., Hossain, M.T., Mamun, A.A., Jahan, M.N., Chowdhury, M.H., Jahan, R., Nasrin, D., Rahman, M.M. & Rahman, S. (2010). Brine Shrimp Toxicity Study of different Bangladeshi Medicinal Plants. Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, 4(2): 163-173

– Rahmatullah, M., Momen, M.A., Rahman, M.M., Nasrin, D., Hossain, M.S., Khatun, Z, Jahan, F.I., Khatun, M.A. & Jahan, R. (2010). A Randomized survey of Medicinal plants used by Folk Medicinal Practitioners in Daudkandi sub-district of Comilla district, Bangladesh. Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences. Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, 4(2): 99-104

– RAHMAN, M.M. (2010). Credibility of Al Jazeera English (AJE) News in Bangladesh (Master’s thesis, University of Dhaka).

Postal Address

Massey University (Manawatu Campus), New Zealand.

Phone Number


(c) CIRDAP – all rights reserved

(c) CIRDAP – all rights reserved