Dr. Farahnaaz Feroz has received her primary education in New York City, where she completed Elementary school and Junior and Senior High School. She then received her Honours Degree in Biomedical Sciences from Kingston University London, after which she received a Masters in Microbiology. She received her PhD in Agricultural Science specialising in Food Microbiology and Food Safety from Kindai University Japan.
She officially joined Stamford University as a Teacher’s Assistant in 2011 and has now been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor, serving as the Acting Chairman of the Department of Microbiology. She is also the convenor of the Stamford Anti Drug Forum, co-convenor of the Stamford University Volunteers and serves as the chairperson Steering Committee of Stamford Forums. She is also a member of the Academic Council of the University.
Dr. Feroz has been researching in the field of Food and Medical Microbiology since 2011, and has had several local and international publications in this area. Her findings have also been reported in local online and print media outlets. She has also participated in serval local and international conferences as a presenter and speaker. She is a Member fo the Executive Committee of the Bangladesh Society of Microbiology and a member of the Graduate Association of Microbiology.