Dr Sandar Win
Department of Zoology, University of Yangon
(a) B.Sc (Hons), Zoology, University of Mawlamyine,
(b) M.Sc Zoology (Carcinology), University of Mawlamyine
(c) Ph.D Zoology (Malacology), University of Yangon
(d) Diploma in Global English, University of Yangon
(e)Diploma in IT, KMD &National Management College, Yangon
(a) Demonstrator (1997 – 2004)
(b) Assistant Lecturer (2004 – 2010)
(c) Lecturer (2010 – 2015)
(d) Associate Professor (2015 – 2019)
(e) Professor (2019-to date)
Conducted Lectures in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Classes for 14 years
(3) MSc students, one MRes student and (8) PhD students
(a) Ecology, Malacology, Biodiversity and Entomology
(b) Experience in research methodology from Social and Demographic Research
(c) Methods, Short Course,Australia National University, Australia in 2014
(d)Experience concerning researches in Malacology by attending the first meeting for -Southeast Asia Malacology Society held in Chulalonkon University, Thailand in 2017
(e) Research experiences concerning marine resources by attending “Conservation and Management of the Ocean Seas and Marine Resources training” in Japan from 23.9.2019 to 26.10.2019
E mail Address
1.Khin July Han, kalyar Win Maung, & Sandar Win (2019). Reproductive. biology of female Indo- Pacific King Mackeral, Scomberomorus guttatus from Kyauk Phyu Environs, Rakhine State, (in Press), Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 17(3), 161-174.
2.Than Than Myint, Si Si Than, Kalyar Win Maung, SandarWin, & Tin Oo (2018). Breeding performance, embryonic and larval development of stinging catfish, Heteropneustes fossils (Bloch,1794). Maubin University Research Journal, 9, 294-304.
3.Than Than Htay, & Sandar Win (2015). Species diversity and seasonal population changes of fish fauna in some parts of Thanlwin River mouth, Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 13(4), 75-90
4.Theingi Soe Myint, Yi Yi Lwin, & Sandar Win (2015). Socio-economic value of the Asian swamp eel, Monopterus albus (Zuiew, 1793) in Hlaing Thar Yar and Mingalardone Township. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences), 13(4), 167-178.
5.Thidar Soe & Sandar Win (2015). Diversity of crabs along Chaungtha Coastal Area. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 13(4), 47-60.
6.Yi Yi Lwin, Theingi Soe Myint, & Sandar Win (2015). Occurrence of rodent species in relation to various growing stages of paddy in Kawmu Area. Universities’ Research Journal, 7(2), 305-314.
7.Sandar Win, Yi Yi Lwin, &Theingi Soe Myint (2014). Wildlife being exploited in Kyaikhtiyoe Pagoda Environs. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 11(4), 25-136.
8.Thuzar Shwe & Sandar Win (2014). Body muscle fiber types and their motor nerve endings at the sixth months of culture in Pacu, Piaractus branchypomus (Cuvier, 1818). Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 12(4), 97-110.
9.Yu Par Tun , & Sandar Win (2014). Body muscle fiber types and their motor nerve endings at the six month of culture in Catla catla (Halminton,1822). Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 12(4), 151-178.
10.Khin Aye Lwin, San San Thwin, & Sandar Win (2014). Occurrence of decapods in Sittway Environs, Rakhine State. Universities’ Research Journal, 6(1), 83-94.
11.Sandar Win, Thin Thin Khaing, & Yee Yee Htwe (2012). Seasonal abundance of Pelecypods along Chaungthar Coastal Area. Universities’ Research Journal, 5(2), 11-20.
12.Sandar Win (2012). Occurrence of gastropods along Chaungthar Coastal Area. Journal of University of Yangon, 4(2), 355-362.
13.Sandar Win, & Khin Maung Swe (2011). Seasonal abundance of gastropods along Chaungthar Coastal Area. Universities’ Research Journal, 4(2).
14.Sandar Win (2011). The assessment on the diversity of some gastropods and pelecypods along Chaungtha Coastal Area. Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Sciences, 9(4), 97-112.
15.Sandar Win (2001). The taxonomic study of some crabs in Mon State. Journal of Zoology Mawlamyine University, 1(1), 25-39.
16.Sandar Win & Yee Yee Lwin (2022). Contents of heavy metals in Notopterus notopterus (Pallas,1769) from Inle Lake, Nyaung Shwe Township, Shan State. University of Yangon Research Journal,11(2),543-550