Graduate Research Assistant
Medical Laboratories B030
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Muhammad's journey with the lab began with a deep-seated interest in mental health conditions. As he immersed himself in the research environment, he realized the importance of understanding neurodiversity more deeply. This newfound awareness fueled his dedication to unraveling the intricate links between genetics, cognition, and mental health.

Armed with a degree in Computational Biology and Genomics from the University of Science and Technology, Zewail City, Egypt, Muhammad embarked on a quest to unravel the complexities of the human mind.

In the lab, Muhammad's focus crystallized around the notion of using language as a metric for aspects of human experience that defy easy measurement. Whether it's cognition or mental health problems, he envisions language as a powerful tool for decoding the ineffable.

Driven by a desire to bridge the gap between science and accessibility, Muhammad aims to develop tools and assessments that harness the power of language. His ultimate goal? To create a more inclusive and understanding world where everyone's voice is heard, regardless of their neurodiversity or background.