This post was written by ali on January 2, 2009
Posted Under: Iran Parasitologists
E-mail Address:
Place of work: Semnan Uni
Field of study: Veterinary Parasitology
Year of taking PhD degree: 1999
Year of taking MSc(M.S.P.H.) degree:
University position:
Phone number: 0098 2314442595

Curriculum Vitae(Resume)

Personal information:
Date of Birth:   5.10.1966
Maritual status: Married,2 Children

School of Veterinary Medicine – University of Semnan – Semnan P.O.Box 35145-431– Iran

Academic education:

D.V.M    Faculty of Veterinary Medicine- Urmia University – Urmia – Iran  February 1986 – September 1992
PhD       Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Tehran University Tehran – Iran  October 1994 – February 1999

Carrier history:
Senior lecturer of Veterinary Parasitology in School of Veterinary Medicine .University of Semnan
October 2000, date.
Deputy, School of Veterinary medicine, University of Semnan ,October 2001-October 2003
Chief technician   in tick cultivation laboratory; Department of Parasitology; Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Tehran University; 1998 – 2000.
Papers presented in Symposiums or Congresses:

1- Cryptosporidiosis in children in Isfahan, VIII European muticolloquium of Parasitology-Poznan- Poland, 10-14 September 2000.
2- Prevalence of Theileriosis in vaccinated cattle in Semnan, 4th International Conference on Ticks and Tick-born Disease, Banff, Canada, 21-26 July 2002.
3- The Prevalence of Hypodermosis in cattle in Aligoodarz city- Iran,3rd Iranian Medical Parasitology Congress, Sary , Iran,  27 February, 1 Mars 2001.
4- The role of fecal examination in bovine fascioliasis, The 3rd Convention of Iranian Veterinary Clinicians, Mashhad, Iran 29-31 October 2002.
5-The Prevalence of liver flukes in cattle of sari, Iran ,The 3rd Convention of Iranian Veterinary Clinicians, Mashhad , Iran 29-31 October 2002.
6-Distribution of Ticks of ruminant in Semnan province. The First International Symposium of Ticks & tick- borne Disease in Iran, 17-19 November 2004, Semnan Iran.
7- Prevalence and Intensity of Hard Ticks from Cape Hare (Lepus capensis) in Iran. 5th International Conference on Ticks and Tick-Borne Pathogens 29.8- 2.9 2005 Neuchatel, Switzerland.

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