Abu Ali, a son of Chandpur, invented the method of detecting cancer in 10 minutes. Abu Ali Ibn Sina, the son of Kriti of Chandpur, has invented a method to detect cancer in just 10 minutes. His research method was published in the journal Nature Communications. Later it became the headline of the world’s international media BBC, CNN, Guardian, Al Jazeera.
He was recently hired as a Visiting Researcher at Harvard University in the United States.
Abu Ali is a former student of the Department of Chemistry, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.
Regarding his appointment at Harvard, Abu Ali Ibn Sina said: I will work at two of the world’s most famous cancer institutes – the Dana Farber Cancer Institute at Harvard University and the Harvard Irvine Comprehensive Cancer Center at Columbia University.
He added that the main purpose of the work there is to make the Ten Minute Cancer Test suitable for human use. He said the opportunity at Harvard would expedite the launch of the cancer test.
Abu Ali Ibn Sina graduated from the Department of Chemistry at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. For some time he worked in a corporate organization. Not staying there, he joined Shabir as a teacher in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
He later took a leave of absence to pursue a PhD at the University of Queensland, Australia. From that time he began researching cancer. He is currently pursuing cancer research as a Research Fellow at the same university. He lives in Brisbane, Australia with his wife Sabiha Sultana and son Jabir Ibn Hayyan. His village home is at Babur Hat in Chandpur.
Staff Correspondent, June 13,2021