From Ataxia Diagnosis to Motivational Speaking: Zoyeb’s Inspiring Journey

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Zoyeb Mohamed Zia’s life took a drastic turn when he was diagnosed with Ataxia during high school. Despite the initial challenges and uncertainty surrounding his condition, Zoyeb’s resilience and determination propelled him forward. Supported by his family, he pursued his education. And is now working as an Assistant Professor of Zoology, with plans to start his PhD this year.

Zoyeb’s journey has led him to become a motivational speaker, advocating for awareness of rare diseases and disorders, as well as promoting inclusion in society. As a Co-Founder of ORND (Organization for Rare Neuro Degenerative Disorders), he actively engages in initiatives to support individuals facing similar challenges.

With a focus on education, research, and social inclusion, Zoyeb remains dedicated to his goals. Despite the setbacks caused by the lockdown, he remains determined to pursue his PhD. And contribute to research on Ataxia with oculomotor Apraxia Type II. Additionally, he continues to inspire others through awareness runs, events, and motivational speaking engagements.

Zoyeb’s story serves as a beacon of hope for individuals facing adversity. Demonstrating the power of resilience, advocacy, and community support in overcoming challenges.

We would be happy to connect and collaborate to spread awareness. We would like to thank Zoyeb Mohamed Zia, his father Iftikhar Md Zia, and Ataxia and Me, for sharing this inspirational story with us.  Please share your thoughts and/or comments on this or any other article.  And if you would like to get involved and share your experience with Ataxia, please get in contact with us and join our community today.  A place where we empower you to build a healthy lifestyle and raise overdue Ataxia Awareness.  Experience transformative storytelling and share your story to inspire positive change.

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