Date of Birth: 18.10.1969
Place of Birth: Khorramabad, Iran
Marital Status: Married with one child
Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,Lorestan University Khorramabad, Iran
Telephone: 0098 661 2214269
Fax: 0098 661 2230999
PhD.: 2004 Veterinary Parasitology/ Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chamran University Ahvaz, Iran
DVM: 1997 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Urmia University, Urmia, Iran
Membership in Societies:
-Iranian Society of Parasitology
-Vice Chancellor for Research of Lorestan University 2010-present
1Nayebzadeh H Seifi Abadshapouri M R and Hoghooghi-Rad N (2004) Study on effect of Arabian sheep immunization with intestinal homogenate of Haemonchus contortus in worm burden and EPG, J Exp Zool India 7 (1) 9: 55-60.
2-Maleki Sh Nayebzadeh H and Shafi Zadeh F(2005) A survey on prevalence rate of cryptosporidiosis among children with diarrhea in Khorram Abad, The journal of Tehran Faculty of Medicine 2 (63): 151-159.
3Batavani R A Asri S and Naebzadeh H (2007) Changes in milk composition as affected by subclinical mastitis in dairy cows, Iranian J Vet Res 8 (3): 205-211.
4- Nayebzadeh H Tarrahi M J and Dezfoulian O (2008) A survey of the prevalence of Enterobius vermicularis infection in nursery schools in Khorramabad, Iran, J Exp Zool India 11 (1): 175-177.
5- Maleki Sh Nayebzadeh H (2008). A survey on prevalence rate of cryptosporidiosis among diarrheic and healthy cattle and calves in Khoramabad, Iran, J. Vet Res. 62(6): 423-426.
6-Nayebzadeh, H. ; Seyfiabad Shapouri, M. R., Hoghooghi-Rad, N. and Masouri, B. (2008). Immunization of Arabian sheep with whole gut homogenate of Haemonchus contortus. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research Shiraz University.Vol. 9(4): 360-364.
7- Nayebzadeh H Rafiei Alavi S E and Tarrahi M J (2009) A study on the intestinal parasitic infections among the students of Lorestan University, Iran, J Exp Zool India 12 (1): 183-185.
Manuscripts under preparation:
1-An abattoir survey of sheep and goat sarcocystosis in Khorramabad slaughterhouse.
2-A study on the degree of awareness and attitude of pregnant women in three cities of Iran. (First name).
3-A case report regarding VLM.
4-Prevalence of cervisitis and vaginitis among women with Chlamydia infection
1-A comparative study of egg per gram among sheep in spring and fall in Nourabad, Lorestan. (Co – worker).
2-A survey on prevalence rate of cryptosporidiosis… (Co – worker).
3-A survey of the prevalence of Enterobius vermicularis infection in nursery schools… (Project leader).
4-A study on the intestinal parasitic infections…(Project leader).
5-Histopathological and ultrastuctural study of blood protozoan infections in native poultry in Lorestan, province. (Co – worker).
6-Interaction between brain neuronal histaminergic system and Ghrelin in regulation of food intake in broilers. (Co – worker).
- Ecomorphotype study of Lorestan province scorpions. (Project leader).
Papers presented in Symposiums or Congresses:
1-14th Iranian congress of physiology and pharmacology Tehran University of Medical Science, Iran, May 16-20, 1999.
2-The 4th seminar on food- and water-born parasitic zoo noses, The 2nd international meeting on gnasthomiasis and joint international tropical medicine meeting Bangkok, Thailand Dec 2-4, 2003.
3-15th European congress of clinical microbiology and infectious disease Copenhagen, Denmark April 2-5, 2005.
4-6th Iranian National Congress of Parasitology, Karaj, Iran, 27-29 May, 2008.
Academic awards, scholarship and fellowship:
1-PhD student as a scholarship from the Ministry of Sciences, researchers and technology of Iran.
2-Short period study on fish parasitology (Budapest, Hungary, 2003) from the Ministry of Sciences, researchers and technology of Iran.
-Translation of a book entitled: “Veterinary Parasitology” in Farsi, author: Lora Rickard Ballweber (Unfinished).
1-Preliminary study of sheep immunization with Haemonchus contortus intestinal homogenate in Arabian sheep breeds in Ahwaz area.
3-Arthropoda and scorpion.
I will be ready to collaborate with any research work on parasitology particularly arthropods and helminths.