Ammar Ahmed Mohammed was born in Mosul, Iraq, in 1976. He received a BSc. in Pharmacy from the College of Pharmacy at the University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq in 2001. Then, he has obtained a Master in Pharmacology from the College of Medicine at the University of Duhok, Duhok, Iraq in 2009. After that he has moved to the United Kingdom to pursue his studies and has obtained a PhD in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Focused on Pharmacology and Drug Delivery) from the University of Manchester, UK. Now, he works as a Lecturer of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the College of Pharmacy / the University of Duhok, Iraq
Ammar had various teaching experiences in both, Iraq and the UK , such as Pharmacology, Clinical Toxicology, Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Orientation and Calculations. In addition, he has reviewed many articles for several documented journals, such as the Journal of Anaesthesia, Pain and Intensive Care, Journal of Medicinal and Chemical Sciences, BMC Veterinary Research and Egyptian Journal of Chemistry. Ammar has attended several national and international conferences as a speaker as well as a listener.
Recently, Ammar’s research work goes in two directions, firstly, assessing the effectiveness of new tocolytic drugs to treat preterm labour and preventing pregnancy complications, and the other direction is to estimate the role of antihistamines in alleviating the toxicity by insecticides. Ammar has published several articles in these two directions.