Ibrahim’s career started with a focus on medicine, with him specializing in Pulmonary diseases and Internal Medicine at Damascus University in Syria. He then transitioned into the area of health management and research. He has managed programs and initiatives for various international humanitarian organizations. He has also led several research studies to inform health care development and evaluation of chronic diseases management in high and low-resource settings. Ibrahim has now been working in clinical and research fields for more than 12 years. In addition to being a Clinical Research Coordinator at W21C, Ibrahim is currently a Masters of Science candidate in Health Services Research at the University of Calgary, and a member of the Refugee Health YYC Research program at the O’Brien Institute for Public Health.

Outside of work, Ibrahim volunteers as a board member of various North American and international advisory committees. He can generally be found outdoors with family around the city.