Muneer Ahamed obtained his Masters in Chemistry in India and worked as a senior research chemist at GVKBio and Jubilant Discovery Center (India) in CNS Drug Discovery. He then moved to The University of Sydney, Australia to pursue his PhD (Chemistry) under supervision of Prof. Matthew H. Todd and obtained in 2011. He then moved to Europe and worked as a post-doctoral fellow with Prof. Guy Bormans (KU Leuven, Belgium) developing small molecule tracers for PET imaging until late-2016. Subsequently, he was at Flinders University, Adelaide, in the lab of Prof. Colin L Raston (AO FAA FRACI FRSC) and then at Centre for Advanced Imaging, The University of Queensland with Prof. Kris Thurecht. In November 2021, he joined SAHMRI, Adelaide as a Senior Research Fellow. His research interests include developing new tracers for neuro-PET imaging of endocannabinoid system, epigenetics, ion channels and neuroinflammation.