Karolinska Institutet and Linnaeus University, Sweden
Abdul Kadir H. Mohammed is Senior Professor of Biological Psychology, at Linnaeus University, where he leads the SAGE (Successful AGing and Enrichment) project which examines the impact of environmental factors on successful aging. He is also based at the Karolinska Institutet where his research has been focusing on animal models of Alzheimer diseases, aging and cognitive function. He did seminal work on the impact of environmental enrichment on brain neurotrophins and behaviour at adulthood and during aging. He has been a visiting Professor at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, USA, working on genetic dissection of learning and memory in Drosophila. Among his honors is the Palmes Académiques medal awarded by the French Government. He is a Fellow of Linnean Society of London, and is a Past Chair of the International Brain Research Organisation’s African Regional Committee.
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