Tania was born and raised in a small town of Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh. Since her early years, a fervor for science has been a constant in her life. She completed her undergraduate studies in the Department of Pharmacy at Stamford University Bangladesh. Following that, She was awarded a scholarship for her Master’s in Biomedical Science and Technology at Konkuk University in South Korea, where her academic excellence earned her the esteemed ‘President’s Award.’ In 2021, she started her Ph.D. journey in Biomedical Science at FSU, focusing on investigating the Zika virus NS3 protein’s role in viroplasm formation. Beyond the academic realm, she is an avid traveler who has explored 22 countries independently. Her life motto centers around being an inspiration for women hesitant to pursue education abroad. She firmly believes in the resilience needed to pursue one’s dreams, irrespective of obstacles.