Targeted therapy as an effective strategy in the superb modern science and technology era

Author : Dr. Behzad Foroutan

I am an assistant professor of pharmacology in the department of pharmacology at Shahroud Medical School. I was born in Zahedan, Iran. I have gained my Doctor of Pharmacy from Tabriz School of Pharmacy in 1990 and a PhD from Bradford University in 2005. Between 2005 and 2006 I was a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the University of Bradford as a member of Professor Andersonís group which I still continue to research with her as an Honorary Visiting Fellow. My research area mainly focused on cancer genetics & molecular pharmacology. I am also interested in medical education. I have gained an e-Learning fellowship from SUMS (2012) and an MSc in medical education from SBMU in 2014. During my studying, teaching and research I have expanded my knowledge and abilities to perform many techniques/assays such as Blotting, Gel Electrophoresis, DNA & Protein isolation, DOP-PCR, ELIZA, MTT, TUNEL, SCGE, CGH, FISH, EFS and karyotyping. I have also worked with TEM. I have published 20 papers generally with ISI indexed and am an editorial board and referee/reviewer of 10 national and international journals mostly related to pharmacy & pharmaceutical sciences. In 2014 Shahroud Medical University granted me as the best researcher in the School.

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