Dr Kay Lwin Tun
Fisheries and Aquaculture, University of Yangon
(a) B.Sc (Hons), Zoology, University of Yangon,Myanmar
(b) M.Sc (Aquatic Bioscience), The University of Tokyo, Japan
(c) Ph.D (Aquatic Bioscience), The University of Tokyo, Japan
(a) Tutor (1997 – 2005)
(b) Assistant Lecturer (2005 – 2010)
(c) Lecturer (2010 – 2015)
(d) Associate Professor (2015 – 2018)
(e) Professor (2018-to date)
1.ASEAN Science and Technology Fellow, ASEAN Foundation (2018-2019)
2.Visiting scholar. University of Arizona. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (April to June, 2017)
3.principal-Investigator. “University of Arizona and USAID’s Developing a Sustainable Seafood Industry Infrastructure in Myanmar” (2013-2017)
4.Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Invitation Fellowship Research Grant (JSPS). “DNA barcoding of pathogenic parasites of freshwater fishes in tropical areas” (2013-2014)
5.Honjo International Scholarship Foundation Young Researcher’s Fellowship, Japan. Infection dynamics of Myxidium sp. (Myxozoa) in Rohu, Labeo rohita (2012)
6.Honjo International Scholarship. To attend the PhD program in The University of Tokyo, Japan (2004-2007)
7.The Okazaki Kaheita International Scholarship (2001-2003) To attend the MSc program in The University of Tokyo, Japan (2001-2003)
I have lectured and given practical classes to students on the undergraduate and graduate courses at University of Yangon, Myanmar since 2008. These lectures were on aquaculture productions, water quality, the diseases of aquatic organisms, their pathology, impact to commercial fisheries and research methodology. The lectures were augmented with practical classes on how to detect, observe and collect the diseases from freshwater and marine aquatic organisms and how to measure water quality in aquaculture farms.
Diseases of Aquatic organisms (Crustaceans, Fish and Shellfish), water quality, Reproductive Biology of Fish and Shellfish, Hatchery Management, International Development, Quality Assurance in Higher Education
E mail Address
1. Yaung Naung Tun, Hnin Hnin Htay, Kay Lwin Tun. Protozoan infections in three freshwater cultivated fish species (in Press, Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2019)
2.Kay Lwin Tun. Proceeding of the Emergency Regional Consultation for Prevention and Management of Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV) in the Asia-Pacific: Tilapia Health Management with Focus on Status of and National Action Plan on TiLV in Myanmar. 44-49, April 2018
3.Myint Myint Win, Khin Than Htwe, Nant Thin Thin Kywe, Kay Lwin Tun. Monogenean parasitic infestation in some cultivated fish. University of Yangon Research Journal 7 (1), pp. 237-241, 2016.
4.Nant Thin Thin Kywe, Kay Lwin Tun. Effects of dietary Soybean meal on growth and survival of Rohu, Labeo rohita. University of Yangon Research Journal 7 (1), pp. 261-265, 2016.
5.Yu Yoshimine, Tadashi Isshiki, Shizuo Aino, Kay Lwin Tun and Tomoyoshi Yoshinaga. Infection by Lernaea cyprinacea (Copepoda) in ayus Plecoglossus altivelis and several other fishes in the Shonai River, Japan. Fish Pathology, 50 (2), 81–84, 2015.
6.Lin Lin Latt, Kay Lwin Tun. Effect of sex separation on growth rate and reproductive development of Oreochromis species (Linnaeus, 1758) Universities research Journal, Myanmar, 2014
7.Kyawt Kyawt Shin, Kay Lwin Tun. Attachment position of Dactylogyrus species on Carassius auratus(Linnaeus 1758) Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 12 (4), pp. 5-8, Mar., 2013
8.Phyo Ma Ma Lin, Kay Lwin Tun. Occurrence of Ichthyophthirius multifiliis in some ornamental fish. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 12 (4), pp. 9-11, Mar., 2013
9.Khin Than Htwe, KayLwin Tun. Effect of aeration system on the growth rate of Rohu, Labeo rohita Universities research Journal, Myanmar, 5(2), 1-10, 2012
10.Myint Myint Win, Kay Lwin Tun. Distribution of freshwater fish species in Sittaung river and its wet lands. Universities research Journal, Myanmar, 5(2), 189-201, 2012
11.July Maung Maung, Kay Lwin Tun. Reproductive cycle of Ruditapes philippinarum. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 10 (4), pp. 19-28, Mar., 2012.
12.Kay Lwin Tun, Naoki Itoh, Maung Maung Gyi. Ribosomal DNA sequencing for identification of Crassostrea sp. and study on its reproductive cycle. Journal of science and technology, Vietnam, Volume 49,1 (A)March, 2011
13.Kay Lwin Tun, Khin May That. Occurrence of parasites in Labeo rohita (Hamilton) form Yangon, Myanmar. Universities’ research Journal, pp. 58-62, Dec, 2009.
14.Myint Oo, Kay Lwin Tun. Plasmodium falciparum: The use of cytochemical method for distinguishing between parasitized glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase normal and deficient erythrocytes. Journal of Myanmmar Academy of Technology, 8 (1), pp. 10-18, Dec., 2008.
15.Myo Thant Tin, Win Maung, Aye Phye, Kyaw Myint Than, Thazin Lwin, Nyain Nyain Hlaing, Baydar, Kay Lwin Tun, Yi Yi Lwin. Study on bioremediation of water contamination caused by Nargis cyclone around Mawlamyinegyun area, Ayeyarwady Delta. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol.6, Mar.132-165, 2008
16.Kay Lwin Tun, Naoki Itoh, Yasuko Shimizu, Hideo Yamanoi, Tomoyoshi Yoshinaga and Kazuo Ogawa. Pathogenicity of the protozoan parasite Marteilioides chungmuensis in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. International Journal for Parasitology, 38 (2), pp. 211–217, Jul., 2008.
17.Kay Lwin Tun, Yasuko Shimizu, Hideo Yamanoi, Tomoyoshi Yoshinaga and Kazuo Ogawa. Determination of invasion period of Marteilioides chungmuensis into Pacific oysters, Crassostrea gigas. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 80 (2), pp. 157–165, Jul., 2008.
18.Kay Lwin Tun, Naoki Itoh, Noriyuki Ueki, Tomoyoshi Yoshinaga and Kazuo Ogawa. Relationship between Marteilioides chungmuensis infection and reproduction in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 96 (3), pp. 205-212, June, 2007.
19.Kay Lwin Tun, Naoki Itoh, Hideki Komiyama, Noriyuki Ueki , Tomoyoshi Yoshinaga, Kazuo Ogawa. Comparison of Marteilioides chungmuensis infection in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas cultured in different conditions. Aquaculture 253 (1-4), pp. 91-97, Mar., 2006.