Sulma Mohammed MS, PhD. Dr. Mohammed earned MS and PhD degrees from Cornell and Purdue University, USA, respectively in Microbiology. Dr. Mohammed was born in Sudan, however, now she lives and works in the United States of America. Dr. Mohammed is an Associate Professor of Cancer Biology and Microbiology and Immunology at Purdue University and Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Mohammed is a member of the Purdue University Center for Cancer Research and was the Director of Drug Discovery Shared Resource. Dr. Mohammed was a Walther Cancer Institute Fellow, American Association for Cancer Research-Cancer Research Foundation of America- Prevention Research Fellow, and National Cancer Institute/National Institute of Health fellow. Dr. Mohammed’s research focuses particularly in breast cancer in minority populations and African women living in Africa and examining breast cancer disparity, developing breast cancer animal models and deciphering the process of breast cancer metastasis. Her research is supported by extramural grants from government and foundation sources, including the National Institute of Health (NIH), the United States Department of Defense (DoD), the Showalter Trust Fund, and industry sources. At a global level, along with her African colleagues, reactivated the African Organization for Research and Training in Cancer (AORTIC) and serve in the AORTIC council. Dr. Mohammed also served as a member of the African Diaspora Health Initiative (ADHI) Executive Committee to the African Union