Dr. Muhammad Imran Qadir is a scientist in the field of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. He has been declared as the top pharmaceutical scientist by Pakistan Council for Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology (Pakistan). He received his early education from Shujabad, Multan (Pakistan). Then, he attended Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan for his B Pharm degree. Later, he received his PhD degree from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. Dr. Qadir invented a diagnostic test for cancer named as “Qadir test”. His work also includes invention of anti-HIV drugs, Qadirvirtide and Qadir-C34. He has posed that viruses are the cause of cancer, the idea presented as “Qadir theory of cancer etiology”. He has also discovered local bacteriophages known as “Qadirphages” to be used as anti-bacterial products. He has worked to evaluate the pharmacological activities of local plants and established use of many local plants for jaundice/hepatitis, hypertension, diabetes, spasm, ulcer, diarrhea, and infectious diseases of bacterial and fungal origin. He has also identified different biological and pharmacological pathways which are important for diagnosis and management of different diseases. He has published 570 research articles with more than 4K citations and 32 h-index. He is also an author of 15 medical books and 38 book chapters by reputed international publishers. An English alphabet should be pronounced exactly as it is pronounced in a word, the innovation known as “Qadir’s Pronunciation of alphabets”.