Md. Nazim Uddin completed his PhD in ecology and sustainability at Victoria University, specialising in “invasion ecology’, both in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. He is an adjunct fellow in the Department of Environmental Science in the College of Sport, Health & Engineering at VU and is currently working as a post-doc fellow for the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science at Saitama University, Japan.

He completed his MEngg in Environmental Science and Civil Engineering at Saitama University, Saitama, Japan and obtained his MSc degree in Water Resources Development from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Nazim’s BSc degree in Environmental Science was awarded by Khulna University (KU), Khulna, Bangladesh.

Nazim has worked as an Assistant Professor in Environmental Science at Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh since 2003. His research interests are related to invasion ecology and ecotoxicology.

Recent publications

Refereed journal articles

Uddin, M. N. and Robinson, R. W. (2018), Can nutrient enrichment influence the invasion of Phragmites australis? Science of the Total Environment, 613-614: 1449-1459

Uddin, M. N. and Robinson R. W (2017), Responses of plant species diversity and soil physical-chemical-biological properties to Phragmites australis invasion along a density gradient. Scientific Reports, 7:11007

Uddin, M. N. and Robinson, R. W. (2017), Changes associated with Phragmites australis invasion in plan community and soil properties: A study on three invaded populations in wetland, Victoria, Australia. Limnologica, 66, 24-30

Uddin, M. N. and Robinson, R. W (2017), Allelopathy and Resource Competition: the effects of Phragmites australis invasion in plant communities. Botanical studies, 58, 29-41

Uddin, M. N., Robinson, R. W., A. Harun, A.Y.A. and Shampa, S.H (2017), Role of Allelopathy and Phragmites australis in its invasion processes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 486, 237-244.

Areas of expertise

  • Invasion ecology
  • Molecular biogeography

Contact details

(03) 9919 2601