Zanjan University of medical sciences
Dr. Abdolreza Esmaeilzadeh completed his PhD degree in medical Immunology at School of Medicine, Tarbiat Modares University studying on “An Invivo and Invitro Study on the Effects of IL 27 Gene Transfer in a Syngeneic Mouse Breast Cancer Model, A Candidate for the Gene therapy of Breast Cancer” (Winter 2012). Also during in his PhD level, his work was focused on the developing transfection of GL26 murine Glioma cell lines with mIL-27 cDNA for Brain Glioma Immune-Gene therapy and Induction of allogeneic subcutaneous Glioma tumor animal model with GL26 cell line. His MSc. Project was focused on Reproduction Immunology. He has a bachelor's degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Now, some of his students are working on immunomodulatory effects of mesenchymal stem cells in an experimental model of Behçet's disease, Upregulation and suppression of LncRNAs expression profiles in brain cancer glioblastoma and Effect of MIR-… on the induction of differentiation of insulin producing cells from human iPSCs. Dr. Abdolreza Esmaeilzadeh is currently working as an assistant professor and Head of Department at the Medical College of Zanjan University of Medical Sciences (ZUMS) in Zanjan Province, the North West of Iran. Dr. Abdolreza Esmaeilzadeh is the founder and chair of the Department of Immunology and the director of the Reference Laboratory for HIV/AIDS, Manager and founder of Central Research Laboratory of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Director of Stem Cell research and Therapy Center, Scientific member of Metabolic Disease Research Center, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Research Center, Director of Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory at Zanjan University of Medical Sciences. He has been honored with numerous awards for his researches, education, teaching and publications. Now, some of his students are in high ranking universities such as Harvard, McGill and Tokyo University to continue their education.
Cell and Gene therapy, Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms and Immunological Function for Gene Therapy of Diabetic Diseases. Regenerative Medicine and Transplantation