Dr. Glen Foster
Graduate Dean’s Entrance Scholarship, UBC Okanagan Graduate Research Scholarships, International Four-Year Doctoral Partial Tuition Award, Neekoo Grant
Mohammad originated from Kurdistan and completed his BSc in Sport Sciences at Urmia University, followed by his MSc in Exercise Physiology at Shahid Beheshti University. He has a history as an accomplished Taekwondo athlete and enjoys activities such as swimming, cycling, hiking, watching movies, and drinking tea.
Mohammad’s research interests are primarily in the interplay between the sympathetic nervous system and vasculature, an area known as sympathetic neurovascular transduction. Specifically, he focuses on understanding how fluctuations in circulation affect sympathetic neurovascular transduction and the role angiotensin receptors play in this interaction.