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Dr Mohammad Mosayed Ullah

Lecturer - Occupational Therapy; Clinical Advisor (MedTechVIC)
PhD, La Trobe University, Australia; Master of Occupational Therapy, La Trobe University, Australia; B Sc (Honours) in Occupational Therapy, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh


Dr. Mohammad Mosayed Ullah is an academic and clinician in the field of Occupational Therapy  since 2003 (in Australia and Bangladesh). He worked in various settings, such as inpatient rehabilitation, community health, and NDIS for adults with physical disabilities, correctional health, return to work after spinal cord injuries. He  is experienced in rehabiliation service focused project management. He led a team of 53 employees in a not-for-profit organization to set up and run three regional rehabilitation centers. 

Dr. Ullah is a member of the international working group for the development of the Vocational Rehabilitation dataset for people with spinal cord injuries.  He has co-authored book chapters in the upcoming new edition of Model of Human Occupation book, a reference textbook for Occupational therapists worldwide. His research interests include return to work after traumatic conditions, occupation-based assessment, assistive technology, and rehabilitation service. He is taking on Ph.D. student supervision in his current academic role. 

Research interests

Allied Health Design; Rehabilitation; Occupational Therapy; Disability; MOHO assessments

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.

Fields of Research

  • Allied Health And Rehabilitation Science - 420100

Teaching areas

Musculoskeletal and Neurological Conditions;Home modification


Also published as: Ullah, Mohammad; Ullah, M.; Mosayed Ullah, M.; Mosayed Ullah, Mohammad; Ullah, M. M.; Ullah, Mohammad M.; Ullah, Mohammad Mosayed
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