Saurab Sharma is a researcher, physiotherapist, and educator from Nepal. He teaches pain, evidence-based practice, and research to students and clinicians in Nepal and other resource-limited countries. His Ph.D. research that aimed to improve the assessment and management of pain in Nepal was awarded an exceptional thesis award and is thought to provide a model for improving pain research and care in other developing countries. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed papers in reputed journals including PAIN. He has presented his research in more than 10 countries. He has also received numerous international awards and research grants. He is actively involved in improving physiotherapy and pain management locally and internationally through his contributions to various organizations including the World Health Organization, IASP, International Network of Physiotherapy Regulatory Authorities, Nepal Health Professional Council, and Nepal Physiotherapy Association. Saurab received the prestigious John J. Bonica Postdoctoral Fellowship from the IASP in 2020 to study complex pain regional syndrome at Neuroscience Research Australia and the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.