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Dr. Muhammad has broad interests in various epigenetic regulatory systems such as Polycomb group proteins (PcG), noncoding RNAs (ncRNA), nuclear RNAi, and histone marks. He obtained Ph.D., from the University of Strasbourg, where he studied the role of histone variant (CENP-A) in epigenetic specification of centromeres. Dr. Muhammad continued his postdoctoral work at the IGBMC, where he studied the role of CENP-A modifications in cell division. Currently in KAUST, he is focusing on different projects like: - To understand the role of ncRNAs in epigenetic regulation and chromatin organization - To uncover the function of chromatin associated RNAi machinery in mammalian cells - To explore the link between gene regulation and proteins that write, read and erase histone marks in normal development versus stress condition.

Key Research Areas

Gene expression regulation, ncRNA, Chromatin associated RNA.


Molecular and Cellular Biology, Ph.D. , Université de Strasbourg


Biotechnology, B.S., University of Malakand



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