About Me


The Journey of My Life

I grew up in a small village in Bangladesh, surrounded by lush green fields and towering trees. From a young age, I was drawn to the natural beauty of my surroundings. I would spend hours exploring the fields and forests, collecting plants and learning about their names and uses. My fascination with plants led me to pursue a career in plant science. I graduated from the Department of Botany (Plant Science) at the University of Dhaka, where I conducted multiple research projects and published three papers. I also have extensive experience in plant identification, taxonomy, systematics, ethnomedicine, and biodiversity conservation.

Why I am fascinated by Nature? Here one of the reasons

After graduating, I decided to continue my studies in plant science by pursuing a Master of Science in Botany from University of Dhaka. My thesis focuses on the Angiosperm systematics  in the Laboratory of plant taxonomy, herbal medicine, ethnobotany and conservation biology. I am passionate about this research because it allows me to learn more about the diversity of plants in my country and contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge. In the future, I hope to pursue a PhD in plant science and conduct research on the conservation of threatened and endangered plants. I am also interested in exploring the potential of plants to provide solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems, such as climate change and food security. 


I believe that plants are essential to life on Earth. They provide us with food, oxygen, and medicine. They also play a vital role in maintaining the health of our ecosystems. I am committed to using my knowledge and skills to protect plants and promote their sustainable use. I hope that my story will inspire others to appreciate the beauty and importance of plants. I also hope that it will encourage others to pursue a career in plant science.

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