Mohammed Abdullah - Postdoctoral Fellow



Ph.D. Chemistry- University at Albany, SUNY & Stony Brook University, USA MSc. Medicinal Chemistry- Minia University, Egypt Bsc. Pharmaceutical Sciences (Honors)-Minia University, Egypt

Mohammed is a VICTOIRE Postdoctoral Fellowship recipient at Chemistry dept at University of Toronto. Mohammed had a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Minia University, Egypt in 2011, after that he earned a master’s degree in medicinal chemistry in 2016 from the same university. In the meantime, he had industry work experience at Sanofi and Nestlé in sales and marketing teams. In 2016, he joined the Ph.D. program in chemistry at University at Albany, SUNY, then moved to Stony Brook University to complete his Ph.D. in developing novel microchips chips for single-cell and multiplex detection of cytokines. In 2020, he awarded the VICTOIRE-Postdoc fellowship from the Centre for Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (CVPD), Dalla Lana School of public health to join Wheeler’s lab for the development and scale-up of instrument-free diagnostics for COVID-19 infection and immunity. When he is not in the lab, he like hiking, biking, travelling, reading, playing tennis, and watching soccer games.