This post was written by admin on December 29, 2009
Posted Under: Iran Parasitologists,Parasitologists
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Place of work: Shiraz Uni,Veterinary Fac,PhD Student
Field of study: Protozoa
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Academic education:

-PhD. :2007-     Student/Veterinary Parasitology/Shiraz University,Veterinary Faculty

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-Protozoa , Leishmania

Publicatiuons (Journals):

1- Oryan A, Razavi S. M, Bahrami S. (2009) Occurrence and biology of goat warble fly infestation by Przhevalskiana silenus (Diptera, Oestridae) in Iran. Veterinary Parasitology, 166,pp. 178-181.


2- Oryan A, Valinezhad A, Bahrami S. (2008) Prevalence and pathology of camel filariasis in Iran. Parasitology Research, 103 ,pp. 1125–1131.



3- Nazifi S, Oryan A,  Bahrami S , Razavi S. M. (2009) Evaluation of haematological and serum biochemical parameters in Iranian camels (Camelus dromedarius) infected with haemotrophic Mycoplasma (Eperythrozoon) spp., Comparative Clinical Pathology, 18, pp. 329–332. 

4-Mohebbi-Fani M, Nazifi S, Rowghani E, Bahrami S , Jamshidi O. (2009) Thyroid hormones and their correlations with serum glucose, beta hydroxybutyrate, nonesterified fatty acids, cholesterol and lipoproteins of high-yielding dairy cows at different stages of lactation cycle, Comparative Clinical Pathology, 18 ,pp. 211–216. 

5-Razavi, S.M, Oryan A, Bahrami S , Mohammadalipour A. Gowhari M. (2009)Prevalence of Cryptosporidium infection in camels (Camelus dromedarius) in a slaughterhouse in Iran. Tropical Biomedicine, 26(3) ,pp.267–273.

Foreign languages proficiency:

-Persian(Farsi): Native




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