Sabah Mohammed started his career during 1977 as a Multimedia Maintenance Engineer working for Canon and Sony following his hobby in electronics, although he completed his H.B.S. degree in mathematics (1977). From July, 1979, he started his graduate studies where he received his degrees in computer science from the Glasgow University, UK (Ph.D. degree, 1980 and M.Phil degree, 1981) and from the Brunel University, UK (Ph.D. degree, 1986). Since late 2001, Dr. Mohammed is a Full Professor of computer science at the Lakehead University. Mohammed's research is focused on developing ubiquitous healthcare systems that enable sharing securely knowledge and data in an effective way. In particular, sharing electronic health records (EHRs) over the Web is one of the very challenging problems that Mohammed tries to solve. He published several research articles in an attempt to promote EHRs interoperability and sharing. Dr. Mohammed's professional career includes many achievements. He has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Emerging Technologies in Web Intelligence (JETWI) of the Academy Publisher, Finland since early 2009. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Math and Computer Science, Laurentian University (Winter 2008). He is a Professional Software Engineer of Ontario (P.Eng.) and Canada Information Processing Professional (ISP). Dr. Mohammed is an Active Member of Canada’s e-Health Interoperability group and the Coordinator on Northern Ontario Web Intelligence Research Group. Besides being an Active Member of the Department of Computer Science at the Lakehead University, Dr. Mohammed is among the core faculty members of both the Lakehead University Bioinformatics and Biotechnology Programs. Moreover, Dr. Mohammed is an Adjunct Research Professor with the University of Western Ontario. More recently, Dr. Mohammed joined the core members of the Biotechnology Ph.D. Program.
Biography Updated on 26 March 2015