Driven by his deep passion for merging biology with engineering, Mohamed embarked on an exciting journey with Retro as a Bioengineer, His odyssey in fluidics encompassed various platforms ranging from large-scale machinery to intricate micro-scale devices. Initially, he laid the foundation for his engineering and fluidic expertise at Cairo University. Then he delved deeper into the fascinating realm of microfluidics during his doctoral studies at the University of British Columbia. Mohamed’s horizons expanded significantly during his postdoctoral research at McGill University and the Wyss institute for biologically inspired engineering at Harvard University. These experiences exposed him to a diverse array of biomedical applications, and fueled his burning desire to develop practical platforms to increase human healthy lifespan.