Mohamed is the CEO and Founder of Cure Bionics, a Tunisian-based Medtech startup that offers 3D-printed, muscle-controlled and customisable bionics arms that enhance the human body with multi-grip functionality and empowering aesthetics for below-elbow amputee adults and children aged eight and above. Cure Bionic’s aim is to make it these arms more accessible and cool-to-wear.
Mohamed holds an engineering degree in Electronics from Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Sousse and a masters degree in Management of NGOs from Tunis Business School and a degree from Montana State University in Leadership.
He is a 2020 FORBES Middle East 30 Under 30, a 2020 MIT 35 Under 35 Innovator and one of the Next Generation Leaders by TIME magazine. He’s part of the 2019 Obama Foundation Africa Leader program and an active member at Tunisian Talents United (TTU).