Previously, I completed my undergraduate degree in Biotechnology at Rajshahi University, Bangladesh. Afterward, I pursued my master’s degree in Life Sciences and Health, followed by Computational Neuroscience and Neuroengineering at the University of Paris-Saclay in Paris, France.
I am highly passionate about applied research. Brainstorming research problems, doing experiments inside the laboratory, analyzing a large volume data set, and finally deducing a result from that intrigues me a lot. Since I am fond of unpredictability in life, and research capable of supplying that now and then, my future goal is to spend as much time as possible in academia.
I can bear suffering with a smiling face and make suffering meaningful at the end. My fascination spreads from history to psychology and theology to philosophy. I like people who have interesting stories in their basket, and who are often unpredictable, while I lose interest when people become predictable. I am an extrovert person, but like introvert people – literally I like their silence.
Besides, I love to read books and feel better when I write. I often write short stories, book reviews, and travel stories. I feel blessed when I travel and meet new people. I have a dream to do science journalism in multiple languages. Overall, I have so many interests and I am curious by nature. You may find myself sometimes irritating, sometimes friendly; however, sometimes silence like long winter nights.
I don’t think too much about my future, but life always forces me to do that.
Role of ascending and descending pathways in sensorimotor decisions and locomotion
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