Anwar Hossain started his career in the broader field of biochemistry, molecular biology & biotechnology and supported over 15 years of R & D divisions in government-sponsored research institutes and academia. He received the Japanese Government MEXT scholarship for his Ph.D. degree and trained as a JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The University of Tokyo. He screened a novel antibody specific to vertebrates’ fast skeletal muscle myosin heavy chain while continuing his project as a Research Scientist at Yokohama. He has been teaching molecular biology and chemistry in the Master of Biotechnology Program at UTM. Simultaneously, he has been working as a Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry and Biology at Toronto Metropolitan University. Dr. Hossain is a good mentor, potential collaborator, and interactive team leader in molecular biotechnology research and development.