Mohammad received his undergraduate degree in Materials Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. He got his Master degree from Malek University of Technology in Strategic Management. His thesis in master degree is "Ambidextrous Innovation and Ambidextrous Strategy." Despite having no academic background in economics, because of achieving second rank in nationwide university entrance exam in PhD degree, he convinced the admission committee to admit him in PhD in Economics at Sharif University of Technology. After passing all of the courses and passing comprehensive exam, in 2015, he decided to re-apply and continue his PhD abroad. Having admission from different universities such as Rice, North Carolina, UCL, ESSEC, Tilburg, etc. he selected University of Manchester to study in PhD degree. He started as a PhD candidate in Finance at Alliance Manchester Business School in 2017. His research interests are empirical macroeconomics, monetary policy, and international finance as well as time series econometrics, financial econometrics. Mohammad's supervisors are Stuart Hyde and Sungjun Cho. He is currently teacher assistant in Advanced Mathematics, Mathematical Economics, and foundation of finance.