I have been offering 5+ years leading multi-sectoral field teams in Bangladesh to conduct ecological and epidemiological studies of Surveillance of wildlife for emerging zoonotic disease threats to identify viral agents; and behavioral risk characterization in high-risk communities in Bangladesh and investigating different zoonotic diseases outbreak like Nipah virus infection, Avian influenza and others related to wildlife. While in the field, I have been collecting biological samples from wildlife especially from bat, rodent and rhesus macaques. I have trained several wildlife researchers from different ministry of Bangladesh on wildlife surveillance and sampling. I have been maintaining regular contact and update with national and international program collaborator that gave me a strong understanding of the challenges for conducting surveillance in wildlife as well as maintaining close contact with laboratory partners the constraints of molecular and serological diagnostic platforms. I have developed expertise on writing research protocols and obtaining institutional review board clearance for both human and animal studies, implementing field studies, analyzing data, and publishing in peer-reviewed journals and writing funding proposals. Based on my prior strong collaborative partnership and preliminary findings willing’s to get in-depth knowledge giving emphasize on the hypothesis related with wildlife-borne zoonotic viruses.