Mohammad's project explores the versatile application of high-throughput technologies, aiming to unravel the complex heterogeneity of Acute Myeloid Leukemia and pinpoint potential therapeutic candidates.
Mohammad completed his BSc degree in Cell and Molecular Biology at Semnan University. Throughout his undergraduate project, he delved into the utilization of
systems biology methodologies, specifically focusing on developing precision medicine strategies within the realm of cancer. His sustained dedication to this field led him to theBhatia program, driven by its comprehensive scope and significant translational potential. Within the program, he discovered an ideal opportunity to channel his expertise in systems biology toward the targeted advancement of our understanding of stem cell biology and Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML).
When he's not entangled with the mysteries of biology or leveling up his coding game, Mohammad likes to kick back with some reading on Persian mythology and the
Sassanian elite cavalry – because even coding wizards need a dash of ancient Persian glam in their downtime