Ahmad Mohamed

Role: 
Graduate Student
Location: 
Georgia Tech, IBB 1207
Education: 

B.S.(Hons). Pharmaceutical Science, Cairo University, 2010.
Ms. Nanotechnology, The American University in Cairo, 2015.
Ms. Analytical Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017.

Research Interests: 

I am exploring chemical mutualism and pre-Darwinian mechanisms of different RNAs, with a focus on the folding property. I am trying to articulate how folding protects RNA from degradation.
I am interested in studying non coding RNA (ncRNA), since non coding RNA are not translated in to proteins, instead ncRNA are essential in gene expression at the transcriptional and post transcriptional levels. I am concerned with the short ncRNA (less than 200 nts) and exploring their roles and functions in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.