University of Oxford (visiting research fellow), University of Leeds & LSE (Associate of the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy) University of Dhaka (Professor), Independent University of Bangladesh (Visiting researcher of ICCCAD)
Environmental (especially climate change impact and adaptation) and human dimensions of fisheries and aquaculture
I was born in Bangladesh – a significantly fisheries-dependent country where environmental changes especially extreme weather events and climate change have high impact. This encouraged me to study fisheries and environment. I completed my B.Sc. and M.Sc. on Fisheries from the University of Dhaka; and my PhD at the University of Leeds on Sustainability Research in 2013 focusing on climate change and social vulnerability and adaptation of small-scale fisheries. I was also a post-doctoral research fellow in climate change adaptation at the University of Oxford in 2017, with funding from the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission. I am now Professor in the Department of Fisheries, University of Dhaka and do research in collaboration with national and international institutions on environmental and human dimensions of fisheries and aquaculture.