Dr. Bimal K. Banik is currently working as a Vice President of Research and Education Development, Community Health Systems of South Texas, USA. He worked as Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Research Scientist, Research Assistant Professor and Professor at the various universities in USA. Dr. Banik completed his B. Sc. Hons. (Chemistry, Top-ranked student in the state, educational transcript got evaluated by a global agency in US, GPA 3.90/4.00), M. Sc. (Organic Chemistry, Top-ranked student in the class, educational transcript got evaluated by a global agency in US, GPA 4.00/4.00) and Ph. D. in Synthetic Organic Chemistry. Dr. Banik has almost 362 publications which include papers, book chapters, perspectives, editorials, reviews. He received 6200 citations in journals of the published papers and more than 200 media exposures. He is an active editorial member and reviewer in several international journals. He presented 465 papers at the meetings: ACS, IUPAC, University and Research Center in USA, India, Germany, France, Canada, Jamica, and Spain; Research Foundation and Industry. Dr. Banik was awarded $7.25 million dollar grants as the Principal Investigator; Results of $4.5 million dollar grant is pending. He supervised 455 students including 20 post-doctoral fellows and 7 Ph. D. level research scientists; advising 10 university faculties and research scientists. He received numerous awards and honors from different organizations for his extra-ordinary scientific work. Few of his awards are as Chosen as the “Ambassador” by Bentham Publisher; Selected as one of “Most Influential People on Earth out of 500 most influential persons in 2016” by US News Corporation; Selected as one of “Eminent Alumni” by Burdwan University in 2016”; Served as the Principal Investigator of the US-India Scientific Collaboration on Green Chemistry; Selected as the First President’s Endowed Professor at the UTPA; Selected as the winner of the UT Board of Regents’ Outstanding Teaching award; Recruited more than 200 Ph. D. level Editorial Board Members for journals; Founded 4 international journals; Served as a member or chair of many national and international education and research committees. His research has been funded by NIH, NCI, Private Foundation, UT M. D. Anderson Cancer Center (Houston), UT Health Science Center at San Antonio and UTPA. Dr. Banik’s research interests include organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, green chemistry, catalysis, microwave-induced reactions, metal-mediated reactions and natural products.