Research & Publications
Mohamed is a research associate at the Yale Department of Neurology, Movement Disorders Division. He has graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University in Egypt. He developed his passion for neurology, especially for movement disorders, during his clinical training. He collaborated on a number of research projects in both neurology and internal medicine. His neurology research in Egypt looked at different aspects of Parkinson’s such as long-term effects of excessive caffeine use on the underlying pathological changes of the disease and neuropsychological outcome following deep brain stimulation of different brain areas in patients with Parkinson disease. Currently, Mohamed is working on a number of neuroimaging studies at Tinaz Lab which is part of the Clinical Neurosciences Imaging Center. He is also a part of Yale's sleep lab where research is looking at different aspects of sleep disorders and restless leg syndrome.
Education & Training
- MDFaculty of Medicine, Alexandria University (2015)