Dr Anowar Hossain (MBBS, MCPS, MCAP, FCAP) is the master mind to initiate Biosafety and Biosecurity Program at icddr,b. During his time, at icddr,b, Biosafety and Biosecurity program was initiated to get Clinical Laboratory Services ISO 15189 and ISO 15190 accreditation. After piloting at icddr,b, the program was extended to the nation. Since then he followed the nationwide Biosafety and Biosecurity program progress and advised the Society to follow the right track and guided to its success. He was also the member of icddr,b institutional biosafety committee. The Society is grateful to have Dr Hossain as the Honorary Member (2016) and expects his continued support for the Society.

Brigadier General (Dr) Saidur Rahman (MBBS, MPH, EMBA) has been working with the Society since 2014. He has substantially contributed in Biosafety and Biosecurity awareness program during the 2014 Ebola panic in Bangladesh. He initiated a specialized facility for infectious diseases treatment at the Kurmitola General Hospital as the Director and Project of Hospital at that time. He has contributed in awareness rising in the area of Medical Waste Management while he was the Chief Health Officer at Dhaka South City Corporation. Professor Rahman has been the “Faculty” for the Training of the Trainer program organized by the Society in association with icddr,b supported by CDC for the last 4 years. He has strongly supported the “Strengthening Medical Waste Management Program in Bangladesh”. The Society is grateful to have Professor Rahman as the Honorary Member (2017) and expects his continued support for the Society.

Brigadier General (Dr) Arif Ahmed Khan (MBBS, MCPS, FCPS) has initiated Biosafety and Biosecurity culture at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. Professor Khan has been mentoring the Society and actively participating in the entire Society program since 2015. He has been the “Faculty” for the Training of the Trainer program organized by the Society in association with icddr,b supported by CDC for the last 4 years. He has strongly supported the “Strengthening Medical Waste Management Program in Bangladesh” and the first user of the locally manufactured “Biohazard Bag” and “Sharps Containers” initiating the best practices in medical waste management. The Society is grateful to have Professor Khan as the Honorary Member (2017) and expects his continued support for the Society.