Mohamed Soliman is a Lecturer in the Department of Neurosurgery at Cairo University. He earned his master's degree in Neurosurgery in 2015 and a Neurosurgery Medical Doctorate degree in 2018. During his Neurosurgery post-graduate training at Cairo University, he did electives in Dalhousie and Western University in Canada with an excellent evaluation followed by 3 years fellowship in Western University. He has a particular interest in spinal surgery, endovascular neurosurgery, and hydrocephalus. He has lectured nationally and internationally in different well-recognized conferences. He has been listed as a top teaching resident at Cairo University in 2014. Furthermore, in 2020 he was awarded by Western University the Angelika F. Hahn Award for excellence in clinical teaching and by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) the Journal of Neuro-oncology best abstract award. He has been practicing neurosurgery since 2012.