Asish is a toxicologist and health risk assessment specialist with Health Canada with 20 years’ work experience in chemical toxicology (e.g., arsenic, metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, and other chemical agents) contaminated sites human health risk assessments, community health risk assessments, dose response and exposure modelling and analysis, mathematical data and knowledge fusion framework applications. He has a Master’s degree in life sciences, a pre-doctoral degree in pollution ecology and toxicology from India and several professional certificates in risk analysis and environmental health leadership from Harvard School of Public Health. He has lead various global toxicology and risk assessment working groups and actively participated in several national, international and global science, research and development efforts in methodological developments related to data fusion applications. He is a member of the OpenTox Global Community of Practice; International Organizing Committee and Science Member of the CBRNe Science and Consequence Management (CSCM), and Co-Editor-in-Chief of Global Security: Health, Science, and Policy – A new international journal by Routledge/Taylor and Francis. He has published two reference works - Information Resources in Toxicology and Chemicals, Environment, and Health - A Global Management Perspective.