Mohy Taha studied medicine at the university of Cairo. Early on, he discovered his passion for research and in 2004 (after his 4th year of medical school) he took a year off and joined the Charite University Hospital (Berlin) for a 1 year laboratory research fellowship. During his fellowship he learned German.
After finishing his medical school in Cairo he moved to the German part of Switzerland for his orthopaedic training. He started his training in Aarau (Cantonal Hospital) under the supervision of Dr Nikolaus Renner (President of the AO foundation).
During his training he participated in many AO courses, the AO clinical research fellowship as well as an AO Trauma Fellowship in Sao Paulo under the supervision of Prof. Mauricio Kfuri.
Since 2011, shoulder and elbow surgery has been his main interest and he spent more than a year under the supervision of Prof. Christian Gerber in Zürich.
In 2013, he visited Australia for the first time and did an observership with the SSRI at the Royal North Shore Hospital. One year later, he applied for the SSRI fellowship and was accepted to start his fellowship in 2016.