Mohamed is also the Senior Research Manager at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney. He was responsible for the design and implementation of an automated cohort management systems which has been used for two Australian PrEP trials (EPIC-NSW and PrEPIT-WA), and the Flux Study, a national drug study which is expanding to New Zealand.
After completing a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) degree, Mohamed commenced his Ph.D. at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney, where he is investigating HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as an HIV biomedical harm reduction strategy among Chemsex networks.
Outside academia, Mohamed volunteered for several charitable organisations that focused on supporting disadvantaged people. In addition, Mo has worked on several research projects; most notably, he created and implemented a five-year follow-up survey that looked at residence attitudes and perceptions toward living in Sydney, conducted qualitative interviews with high-profile politicians regarding current events, and investigated gay and bisexual men’s experience on living with prostate cancer.
Broad Research Areas:
Sexuality and sexual identity; Mental health.Transmission and prevention of HIV other sexually transmissible infections; Gay men's health; Sexual behaviour. Drug use and misuse. Subcultural affiliation.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)