Dr. Ali Asy currently serves as a professor of pharmacology and biosafety advisor at Animal Health Research Institute, Agriculture Research Center, Egypt. He received his Bachelor of Science of Veterinary Medicine in 1999; and earned his master and PhD in pharmacology from faculty of veterinary medicine, Zagazig University in 2007. His academic studies and research are focused on how to avoid the side effects of pharmaceutical products like antibiotics and anticoccidial drugs. Asy tried to solve the main side effects of these pharmaceutical products which are antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and drug residues. He focused on natural alternatives for these products. Moreover, he studies the safety and main side effects of veterinary vaccines like avian influenza and Newcastle disease vaccines. He has edited 3 editions of the “Veterinary Drugs’ Guide” which is a comprehensive guide about the veterinary drugs used in the Egyptian market. Asy is a member of many professional associations like the Egyptian Society of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, the Egyptian Society of Virology, and the World Veterinary Poultry Association. He participated in many scientific projects concerning the biorisk management, one health and health security. Currently, he serves as a chair technical working group north Africa region, Africa CDC, African Union. Moreover, he worked as an independent consultant for University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), Omaha, NE, USA. Asy is an IFBA Certified Professional in Biorisk Management and Biosecurity. In addition to his academic and scientific positions, he has wide experience as a technical consultant for many national and international private companies which worked in veterinary pharmaceuticals and vaccines.