Tanzeel Zohra is a public health professional with interests in research on infectious diseases. She has five year experience in public health research with a proven track record in successfully delivering public health related projects for national as well as international funding agencies such as Bill gates and Melinda Foundation, Global Health Development, Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network and Higher Education Commission, Pakistan. She has been frequently trained by Safer Behaviour, USA and also conducted different trainings on Good Lab Practices, Biosafety and Biorisk Management and Infection Prevention and Control as a Master trainer. In addition to this, she has extensive experience in proposal and scientific writing with a focus on infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases and has a good track record of peer reviewed research publications in ISI indexed international journals with over 60 Impact Factor so far. She has secured two post graduate degrees in biotechnology and in public health. Having led a multitude of technical projects across a broad range of sectors including but not limited to infectious diseases outbreaks in the context of One Health, adolescent immunization, Artificial Intelligence, IT related health solutions, nanotechnology, environmental surveillance and laboratory diagnostics.