Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman is an eminent biophysicist and condensed matter scientist. He is passionate about investigating biological and biochemical processes utilizing physics principles and techniques. Before joining at King Saud University’s Biochemistry Department of College of Science, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (current position), he had held academic ranks at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Neuchatel University (Switzerland), Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), Cornell University (USA), and Alberta University (Canada). He is co-founder of MDT Canada Inc. (www.mdtcanada.ca), and founder of Child Life Development Institute (www.childlifedev.ca), Edmonton, Canada. Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman has authored the following three books: Biophysics and Nanotechnology of Ion Channels, Nanoscale Biophysics of the Cell, and Membrane Biophysics.

Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman Biophysicist and Condensed Matter Scientist, King Saud University’s Biochemistry Department of College of Science, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman is an eminent biophysicist and condensed matter scientist. He is passionate about investigating biological and biochemical processes utilizing physics principles and techniques. Before joining at King Saud University’s Biochemistry Department of College of Science, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (current position), he had held academic ranks at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Neuchatel University (Switzerland), Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), Cornell University (USA), and Alberta University (Canada). He is co-founder of MDT Canada Inc. (www.mdtcanada.ca), and founder of Child Life Development Institute (www.childlifedev.ca), Edmonton, Canada. Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman has authored the following three books: Biophysics and Nanotechnology of Ion Channels, Nanoscale Biophysics of the Cell, and Membrane Biophysics.

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