Dr. Mohammad Golam Mostofa is an Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU), Bangladesh. He teaches Plant Biochemistry, Plant Stress Physiology, Fundamental Biochemistry and Metabolism at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His research focuses on plant physiology and Biochemistry, abiotic stress tolerance in plants, oxidative stress responses, and crosstalks between phytohormones and signaling molecules under environmental stresses. So far he has published 25 research articles in international peer reviewed journals. His published works mainly deal with the roles of signaling molecules in mitigating abiotic stress responses and tolerance in plants. He started his career in Immunology at International Centre for Diarrheal Disease and Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR’B) where he worked on immune responses in infants infected with Enterotoxigenic E.Coli. Later on, he joined as a lecturer at BSMRAU in 2007 and promoted to Assistant and Associate Professors in 2010 and 2015, respectively.  He received his B.Sc and MS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He also obtained his MS in Agriculture from Kagawa University (2012) and PhD in Plant and Environmental Sciences from Ehime University (2015), Japan under Monbukagakusho scholarship. In September 2016, he joined to Signaling Pathway Research Unit at RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science, Japan as a JSPS postdoctoral researcher to work on the roles of strigolactones and its interactions with other signaling molecules under abiotic stresses in plants.