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Ahmed Siddig Muhammed

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Ahmed Siddig Muhammed (born 1 April 1993) is a Sudanese ​ science communicator and medical doctor. He is best known for creating educational videos about health & science on YouTube ​.[1]

Early life and education Ahmed was born in Abu-Hamad, a city in Northern Sudan ​, his family moved to Oman, when he was 6 month old. In 2001, Ahmed and his family moved back to Sudan ​, where he is living now. In 2010, Ahmed graduated as the top student from Oun AlShareef Qasim Secondary School. In 2017, Ahmed graduated from University of Khartoum ​, Sudan, with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).

Career in Science Communication

In-spite of being a medical student, Ahmed worked as a Graphic designer ​ since 2011. In April 2015 Ahmed bought his first DSLR camera, and started taking photos and videos professionally. On 2016, Ahmed created his own YouTube ​ channel, focusing on teaching Adobe Photoshop ​ in simple Arabic Language ​.

Immediately after graduation, Ahmed shifted his attention on YouTube ​ to science and health education. His old videos are now unlisted. He discussed important health topics like female gentile mutilation, child marriage, and social stigma. As of December 2018 the channel had 10 video uploads, 59.000+ views, 9300+ subscribers. ​[2]

Researches Ahmed is interested in the field of medical researches. He published along with other researchers a research about review of FBN1 Gene Role in Marfan Syndrome Presentations Insilico Analysis. [3]

On December 2016 Ahmed started volunteering as a researcher and media officer at Daoud Research Group ​, and on September 2017, he represented the group at the World Congress of Neurology 2017 in Kyoto, Japan by presenting a paper about Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy.

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