Muhammad Saleh

I hail from Zanzibar, Tanzania, and completed my undergraduate degree in Mechatronics Engineering and postgraduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering at University of Cape Town, South Africa. My Doctoral of Philosophy (PhD) research involved performing prospective motion and magnetic field correction during GABA editing followed by in vivo applications. During my PhD, I was also involved in a study investigating differences in white matter integrity in the developing brain using Diffusion Tensor MR Imaging in HIV-infected and uninfected control children. Currently, I am a postdoctoral scholar at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine under the aegis of Richard Edden, involved in developing new magnetic resonance spectroscopy methodologies.