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biologist , educator , scientist , businesswoman

Niveen Mulholland is an American biologist, scientist, businesswoman and educator. She is a director of government operations at Thermo Fisher Scientific.


Mulholland was born on January 5, 1972 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States; the daughter of Nabil Shehata and Nagoua Fahmy Malek.


Mulholland received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1993 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2000 from the George Washington University.


Mulholland began her career as a research assistant at Georgetown University in 1993. Two years later she became a research fellow at the National Institute of Health, where she worked until 2000 and again in 2003-2005. In 2000, Niveen was a research fellow at Harvard Medical School and held it for three years.

In 2005, she took a position of a principal scientist at MRIGlobal, where she served until 2011. Also Mulholland worked as an adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University from 2008 to 2011. In 2011, she was appointed a project director at Thermo Fisher Scientific and held the position for three years.

In addition, Niveen was promoted to area director of government services at the same company in 2014. In 2017, she was an area director of government services division and commercial laboratory at Thermo Fisher Scientific. Since November 2017 Mulholland has been a director of government operations at that company.


  • Mulholland has patents of pending for sequencing for avian flu epidemic.


Mulholland is a president of Leadership Council since 2010.


On May 6, 2000 Niveen Mulholland married Thomas Mulholland. They have 3 children.

Nabil Shehata

Nagoua Fahmy Malek

Thomas Mulholland

Tara Josephine Mulholland

James Ryan Mulholland

Megan Nadia Mulholland