Dr. Mohammad Uddin is an Associate Professor of College of Pharmacy, Larkin University, Miami, FL. He completed PhD in Pharmaceutics from Mercer University and MS in Chemistry from Emory University, Atlanta. He also completed his Bachelor and Masters degrees in Chemistry from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. Dr. Uddin’s research interest focuses on formulation development using nano/micro particle in quickly soluble film dosage form. The goal is to develop highly efficient, cost effective film dosage form of vaccines for several cancers and diseases such as cervical cancer and gonorrhea. He has published 27 peer reviewed research papers and have attended more than forty scientific conferences and research presentation. He is an Internationally recognized researcher in his field. He has orally presented his research work in several international conferences that include VISEGRAD Conference, 2019 at Hungary, Summer Science Conference 2018 and 2019, Czechia, ICMI Conference 2014, Germany, CRS Conference, 2009, Denmark. He also presented as invited speaker in several countries including University of Auckland and University of Otago, New Zealand, Medical University of Odessa, Ukraine, Comenius University, Slovakia. Dr. Uddin also highly involved in service-component of the University. He was former Chair of the Faculty council and current Chair of the promotion committee.