I have been a faculty in the physics Department, University of Dhaka since 1999.My research revolve around topics on medical industrial physics. In Biomedical Physicslaboratory we are trying to concentrate on developing sustainable medical technologyfor third world country.The biggest problem right now for any technology is its sustainability under differentenvironment. A sophisticated medical equipment like MRI is firstly expensive and secondlybuilt for highly controlled environment. These constraints restrict accessibilities ofsuch technologies to common people of developing countries. My goal is to build medicalequipments that are affordable in term of price as well as easily adjustable to the nativeenvironment. Presently I am involve in further development of FIM(Focused Impedance Method).FIM is developed in our Laboratory and presently quite well know in impedance imaging community.I also work on study of peripheral nerve conduction velocity and its change with differentperipheral nerve diseases.Recently I've been involved in establishing a new department under the faculty of science calledBiomedical Physics and Technology. This is the first of its kind in any national university ofBangladesh. Our goal behind creating such department is to encourage and nourish interdisciplinaryresearch.