Mohammad is a Neurology Registrar who is now pursuing a PhD as a Clinical Research Fellow as part of the Imperial College Brain and Vestibular Group (BAVG).
His research is motivated by clinically important questions about perception, consciousness, balance and brain injury. His interests are in integrating technology to improve research and patient care. He is currently supervised by Dr Barry Seemungal and is researching the brain mechanisms of vestibular and cognitive dysfunction. He currently leads on a project looking at behavioural, psychological and imaging markers of brain injury working in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic.
Mohammad has a Bachelor of Science and Medical degree from Imperial College London, he was awarded MRCP(UK) Diploma in 2013 and completed his Specialty Certificate Examination (SCE) in Neurology in 2019. He was awarded Fellowship at Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in 2018 and completed a two year Diploma in University Learning and Teaching at Imperial College London in 2019.