Sumon Ghosh is a veterinarian working as a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Public Health, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He worked in the Infectious Diseases Division of the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, in Bangladesh (icddr,b). Dr. Ghosh has also been involved in research on rabies with the Directorate General of Health Services of Bangladesh. He has collaborated actively with researchers from diverse disciplines on several projects of public health importance in Bangladesh. His expertise and research interests lie in the realm of infectious diseases, especially emerging and re-emerging pathogens in tropical environments, global health, medical microbiology, disease control, and vaccination. Dr. Ghosh earned his degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University in Bangladesh and post-graduation (MS) from the same institute. He has received a fellowship from the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), Bangladesh as a Post Graduate Research Grant. He was short-listed for the World Rabies Day Award 2019 by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control.