Professor Mohammed is a faculty member in the Department of Health Sciences at Northeastern University. He directs the Master of Public Health Program in Urban Health and oversees the program in areas of educational policy development, curricular design, public health workforce development and recruitment/outreach to public health professionals. The graduate program is committed to addressing a variety of urban health issues through inter-professional engagement. Dr. Mohammed also directs Inter-professional Research, Education and Practice Initiatives for Bouvé College of Health Sciences. He is a board-certified family medicine physician and fellow of the American Association of Family Physicians who has been involved in competency-based curricular design, implementation and evaluation for the past 11 years. He also completed a three year Robert Wood Johnson Foundation “Developing Leadership in Reducing Substance Abuse” Fellowship worked as a Co-Investigator on a Center for Substance Abuse Prevention funded grant “Substance Abuse and HIV Prevention in African-American Families” which focused on training of primary care providers in community health centers on brief interventions to improve parenting skills and reduce risky adolescent behavior. Before joining Northeastern in 2007, Professor Mohammed served on the faculty of the Department of Family Medicine and the Department of Epidemiology and Bio-statistics in the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.