Mohammed began a degree in Statistics at Helwan University in September 2000. After graduating with a BSc, he received his Master of Statistics in 2009 from the Department of Mathematics and Applied Statistics Helwan University, while he was working as Assistant Lecturer in the department, and his main research interest at this time was in the maximum product of spacings (MPS) estimation, and the truncated exponential distributions.
In 2012 Mohammed moved to the School of Mathematics in University of Birmingham, where he obtained the MRes in Statistics in 2014, and then he was awarded the PhD in Statistics from School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham in 2016
During his postgraduate studies in Birmingham Mohammed proposed new methods and algorithms based on different nonparametric rank functions for clustering both multivariate and functional data and he has presented his work in different leading international conferences, which was well appreciated among the peers. Over the PhD years, he has worked as Teaching Assistant at School of Mathematics, and Statistical Consultant at the Mathematics Support Centre, Academic Skills Centre, University of Birmingham.
Following his PhD completion, he joined the Institute of Applied Health Research at the University of Birmingham in 2016 to start work as a Research Fellow in Medical Statistics in the Department of Primary Care Clinical Sciences.