Dr M Tasdik Hasan is a researcher working on mental health of vulnerable population in Lusaka, Zambia as the Project Director, Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is a medical doctor, graduated from Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College, Dhaka, Bangladesh; received the Chancellors Award from His excellence, President of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh for academic excellence in Masters in Public Health course, Vice- Chancellors Gold medal for the best thesis of the year and Summa cum laude from American International University- Bangladesh. His MSc thesis was on mental health of medical students in Bangladesh. He has a post graduate diploma in Disaster Management from University of Dhaka. He worked for International Centre for Diarrhoeal Diseases Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b) since 2013 & also appointed as an Adjunct Faculty in Department of Public Health, American International University- Bangladesh since 2017. Tasdik received the prestigious Commonwealth Scholarship to study MSc in Global Mental Health at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine & Kings College London & successfully completed the course in 2018. Tasdik received the New Voices in Global Health Award from the World Health Summit 2017, Berlin, the Lancet Prize 2018 from the Lancet Psychiatry & University of Oxford, UK and Fukuoka Student Award 2018 from the World Social Science Forum, Japan. He published couple of papers, correspondences, case reports in reputed journals and contributed in UNHCR commissioned report on Culture, Context & Mental Health of Rohingya Refugees. He has expertise in managing large scale clinical trial, formative research, mixed method research & medical leadership. Tasdik is currently serving as the Chair of Trainee Advisory Committee (TAC) of Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) for the term 2019/20. He also has an Honorary Research Associate position at Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Liverpool and contributing in a project on mental health of Congolese refugees in Rwanda & Uganda.