Mohammed Masnoon
Department of Biology

Mohammed teaches Biology at Cedar College, with innovative plans to introduce a core course on political theories in the future. Born and raised in Karachi, he is familiar with one-to-one tutelage, student counselling and mentoring.

Mohammed attended medical school at Ziauddin University, Karachi. Having been an enthusiastic medical student, he interned at various health institutes in Pakistan including the Civil Hospital, Aga Khan University Hospital, Ziauddin Hospital, and the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital & Research Centre. Apart from exploring the finest health facilities in the country, he also worked in the top university-hospitals in the world: the Northwestern Memorial, Ann & Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital at the Northwestern University in Chicago and UCLA Outreach Health Centre in Santa Clara, California.

Mohammed truly believes that all students taking medical science subjects have the capability to one day don the sacred white coat and swear the Hippocratic oath. That belief is very much reflected in his mode of teaching and guidance.

Outside the classroom, Mohammed is busy working on various medical research projects; a few of them already authored and published.