Mohammed Alsaud, MDResearch CoordinatorEmail:
I was born and raised in Iraq. From there I graduated from Alanbar Medical School in Iraq, 2004. I moved to the US in 2008 to pursue higher education. I have worked in the field of psychiatric consultations and mental trauma resulting from regional conflict and civil wars in the middle east by being a part of many studies that cover needs and necessities of the refugees for better mental health. My passion has always been studying habits of humans as individuals or in groups. Why we do the things we do routinely every day and how can you manipulate these habits for better outcomes and high er productivity. When I'm not studying and reading I enjoy playing soccer, woking out and spending time with my family and wonderful dog. I'm currently involved in the Stress Risk and Resilience in Syrian and Iraqi Refugees and Survivors of Torture research team.