Daw San Htet San
Fisheries and Aquaculture, University of Yangon
(a)B.Sc (Hons), Zoology, Sittway University, Myanmar
(b) M.Sc (Herpetology), Sittway University, Myanmar
(c) MRes (Aquaculture), University of Yangon, Myanmar
(d)PhD (Aquaculture), University of Yangon, Myanmar
Demonstrator (5.11.2021 to present)
I have given lectures: Fisheries Management and practical classes to students on the undergraduate courses.
(b)Water quality management
(1)Shared Experiences in Developing Sustainable Seafood in Myanmar, Laboratory of Aquatic Bioscience, Department of Zoology, University of Yangon (July 10-15, 2017)
(2)1st International Aquaponic Course Institute of Fisheries Technology – IFT, Yangon (July 21-23, 2017)
(3)Capacity Building of University Faculty in Aquaculture Production Science II, Laboratory of Aquatic Bioscience, Department of Zoology, University of Yangon (Nov 27- Dec 1, 2017)
(4)Workshop on Myanmar Biodiversity and Wildlife Conservation, Department of Zoology, University of Yangon, Funded by Norwegian Environment Agency (Nov 9-10, 2017)
(5)Participated in the Workshop on Myanmar Biodiversity and Wildlife Conservation, Department of Zoology, University of Yangon, Funded by Norwegian Environment Agency (Nov 27-28, 2018)
(6)Introductory Bioinformatics Workshop, Laboratory of Aquatic Bioscience, Department of Zoology, University of Yangon (Dec 24-28, 2018)
(7)Basic Fish Farming and Breeding of Freshwater Fish Species, Department of Fishery, Hlawga Hatchery Station (June 24-29, 2019)
(8)Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (Regional Level EAFM Capacity Plus Training) (September 23-27, 2019)
(9)Proposal Writing Training (Farmer-to-Farmer Myanmar Program) (July 6-10, 2020)
(10)Business Planning Training Farmer-to-Farmer Myanmar Program) (Dec 19-23, 2020)
(11)Online Training on Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; 1. DNA-based identification of fish species 2. Otolith microchemistry and shape to assess ecological characteristics of fish (27 January -1 February 2022).
(12)Microscopy Training for Biosciences (4-6 June, 2022)
(13)Online Training on Modern Fishery Technologies for Southeast Asian Countries (Technical Level), (19.7.2022-16.9.2022), China
(14)ITEC Training Programme Quality Assurance of Fish and Fishery Products, India (19.9.2022 – 1.10.2022)
(15) 2022 Training of Higher – Order – Thinking Skills for ASEAN Educators (12-14, October, 2022)
(1)JSPS Core to Core Program The 7th International Symposium on Asian Vertebrate Species Diversity, Department of Zoology, University of Yangon, Formation of Asian (ASEAN + East Asia) network (December 6-9, 2017)
(2)Asian University Alliance (AUA) Youth Forum 2022 – Synergizing Regional Identity and The Future of Civilization (21-25 March, 2022)
Internship, USAID’s Developing a Sustainable Seafood Industry Infrastructure in Myanmar Project, University of Yangon (July 2017 to January 2018)
E mail Address
1.San Htet San, Aung Pe Lwin and Moe Thandar Oo “Investigation on the Species Composition of Herpetofauna in Sittwe Environs, Rakhine State” published at University of Yangon Research Journal, 2019, Vol.9. No.2
2.San Htet San, Moe Thandar Oo and Kay Lwin Tun, “Growth Rate of Gift Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus) Cultured in Different Aquaponic Systems” published at Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, June 2020, Vol 10. No.
3.San Htet San “Habitat Utilization of Herpetofauna in Sittwe Environs, Rakhine State” published at University of Yangon Research Journal, 2020, Vol.10. No.