Mohammad is Co-Founder and Managing Director of STEM Fellowship and an MD/PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. He’s a graduated from the Honours in Cellular, Anatomical and Physiological Sciences (CAPS) program from the University of British Columbia and subsequently moved to Toronto.
Outside of school and STEM Fellowship, Mohammad has led and/or advised youth engagement initiatives within the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, the Canadian Red Cross, the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Science World BC and the League of Innovators. He’s a content and community advisor to PeerBuds (block-chain educational startup in Silicon Valley) and a pre-health sciences course director for NextGenU- a free, accredited online learning platform for aspiring healthcare professionals around the world.
“I am a firm believer in the potential for youth to make an impact not only in their communities, but also on broader policy decisions that will ultimately affect “their” futures. That is why I am determined to work harder on the issues I care about!”