Dr. Mohamed Al Gharyani graduated in 2019 from the University of Benghazi Faculty of Medicine in Benghazi,Libya. He then began working in the neurosurgerydepartment at Benghazi Medical Center, where he was supervisedby Prof. Siraj Al Zentani. Dr. Mohamed has also started to work as a universityassistant teacher at the neurosurgery department at the University of Benghazi since 2021. Dr. Mohamed completed a certificate program in the foundations of clinical research at Harvard Medical School in 2022. He is now a Ph.D. candidate in clinical research and biomechanics at the University of Jamestown. After that program, Dr. Mohamed started working as a clinical researcher and helped with some international studies that have been published or are still ongoing.
Title : Intracerebral hemorrhage and COVID-19 infection: clinical characteristics and mortality from intensive care patients: Retrospective cohort review