Dr Azmi Mohamad


Lecturer, Sultan Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Centre for Islamic Studies


Dr. Azmi Mohamad is a lecturer at Sultan Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Centre for Islamic Studies (SOASCIS), Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). He joined UBD in January 2015 after having passed his PhD in Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham in November 2014. Building on his doctoral work on European Islam and reform, Azmi conducts research primarily in the area of Contemporary Muslim Thought, focusing on modern readings of and approaches to Islam in the 21st century. As a multidisciplinary researcher, Azmi situates his work at the crossroads of Theology, Philosophy, and Cultural Studies, with a firm grounding in Islamic scholarship.


BA Qur'an and Sunnah Studies (International Islamic University Malaysia)
MA Islamic Studies (University of Birmingham)
PhD Theology and Religion (University of Birmingham)


Contemporary Muslim Thought
Islam and Society
Muslim Cultural Studies


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Fasting in Ramadan of Muslim patients with diabetes Mellitus, and knowledge and practice in relation to diabetes control in Brunei
C Tan, AML Yong, MAH Mohamad, HA Rahman, L Naing
Diabetes research and clinical practice 144, 171-176

An Intercultural Dialogue from within Muslim Communities: A Global Overview
Osman Bakar, Pg Norhazlin Muhammad, Jabal Buaben, Azmi Mohamad
Agree to Differ; UNESCO, 91-96