He was one of six medical trainees working at Mubende regional hospital who contracted Ebola and were moved to a quarantine center.
Mr Mohammed is the second health worker to die of the virus. The first was a midwife from a private clinic in the Mubende district.
Official figures indicate that the total number of confirmed Ebola cases stands at 35, with eight deaths.
Mubende is at the centre of this outbreak, and medical students there warned the government they were putting their lives at risk because they lacked proper equipment and sometimes had to handle patients with bare hands.
The medical association and the surgeons’ association in the country have issued messages of condolence on their Twitter accounts.
It is with great sorrow that we have received the news of the passing of Dr. Mohammed Ali, a 37 years old Tanzania national who has been pursuing a Master of Medicine in Surgery at Kampala International University.
Dr. Ali lost the battle to the Ebola Virus Disease. MHSRIP pic.twitter.com/PaPdtUyDew
— Association of Surgeons of Uganda (@ASOU_Official) October 1, 2022