Mohammed Jibriel is a biomedical and public health professional with backgrounds in molecular biology, emerging infectious diseases, and global health security. He is currently a Ph.D. student in public health. His research focuses on exploring the impact of religion on individual health behaviors and outcomes, as well as its influence on health practices. Mohammed is also an interfaith leader. He co-founded the Belk Chapel Muslim-Jewish Interfaith initiative and serves as co-chair of the Charlotte Black/Jewish Alliance.
Identifying as a Muslim, he derives inspiration from his faith to actively promote unity and drive positive change. Mohammed believes that interfaith engagement transcends religious or faith traditions, emphasizing that our shared differences can be as unifying as our commonalities.