Dr. M. Monirul H. Khan
Dr. M. Monirul H. Khan was born in Tangail, Bangladesh, in 1974. He studied at Model Primary School, Bindubashini High School, M.M. Ali College and Jahangirnagar University in Bangladesh, and at the University of Cambridge in UK. Aged 29, he was awarded PhD degree from Cambridge, which was supported by the Commonwealth Scholarship. Currently he is a Professor of Zoology at Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, and has close working relationship with many national and international entities. Dr. Khan has received several scholarships and awards, and has written many scientific and popular articles, including a few books. He is a keen wildlife watcher and photographer.
Professional wildlife biologist engaged in teaching and research on various aspects of wildlife and wildlife habitats, particularly in Bangladesh. Skilled and experienced in wildlife monitoring, status survey, population estimation (including camera-trap survey and transect survey), feeding, habitat use, threat assessment and wildlife-human conflict. Also experienced in conducting academic/training/awareness programmes, producing wildlife related publications and taking photographs of wildlife. Played the leading/key roles in many projects and supervised many researchers in higher degrees.