Dr. Ibrahim received her Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University in 2006. She was then appointed as a teaching assistant in Department of Microbiology and Immunology,  Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University in 2007. She then pursued M.S. in Microbiology and Immunology and sucessfully defended her thesis in 2011. Her M.S. research focused on the resistance patterns and profile of beta-lactamases producing Enterobacteriacea. Dr. Ibrahim got her Ph.D. in Immunology in 2017 through a joint program between Cairo University and Chicago Medical School. Her research has focused recently on the role of a2 isoform vacuolar ATPase in tumor progression.