Mohammad S Sabra, PhD

Mohammad S Sabra, PhD

Email: msabra@usra.edu

Mohammad Sabra received his Ph.D. in Applied Nuclear Physics in 2009 from the Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL. His doctoral research focused on scattering and production theory of nuclei and its application in space.

After his graduation in 2009, Dr. Sabra joined the Institute for Space and Defense Electronics (ISDE) in Vanderbilt University, supported by NASA MSFC, to study and validate the nuclear physics models implemented in simulation codes used in space radiation applications.

In 2012, Dr. Sabra Joined the Cosmic Ray Team in NASA-MSFC as a NASA Postdoctoral Fellow to support the Joint Experiment Missions for Extreme Universe Space Observatory (JEM-EUSO), and now as a USRA senior research scientist to support the Fast Neutron Spectrometer (FNS) on the International Space Station (ISS).