Clinical Case Reports, Research & Trials ISSN : 2581-6756
Maliheh Nobakht

Histology and Embryology

Iran University


Journal Short Name - CCRRT


  • Maliheh Nobakht is full Professor of Medical Histology and Embryology in Iran University of Medical Science. Dr. Nobakht, who is a board, certified Histologist and Embryologist, is engaged in education, and basic science scientist known an investigator at Iran University. She has expertise in wound healing and stem cell biology, scaffold and Neuroscience

  • Dr. Nobakht graduated from Tehran University in 1985, with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Biology. Then she received degree of Master of Science on Histology and Embryology in 1987. She received his PhD degree from Tehran University on Histology in 1992. Subsequently, in 1994, she completed her post-doctoral training in Molecular Biology and Electron Microscopy under supervision of Professor Leblond and Dr. Lee at McGill University and Shriner's Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She became a full professor in Histology Medicine in 2011, at which time he was appointed to be the co-director of the vice of education.

  • She has published close to 20 books on Histology and Embryology. She has published more than 80 research articles in peer-reviewed journals on topics focused on stem cells, neuroscience, wound healing.

  • She has trained many doctoral graduate students, and others, resulting in being appointed to some university. She is a consulting reviewer for the Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery, Journal of Biological Sciences, Avicenna Journal of Medical Biotechnology, Journal of Basic Medical Sciences, International Journal of Molecular and Cellular Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Journal of Medicinal plants, Journal of Food and Agricultural Science Research, The Philippine Agricultural Scientist.

Reasearch Interest

Cell and Tissue Culture, Immunocytochemistry, Immunohistochemistry, Southern Blotting, Western Blotting, Northern Blotting, Electronic Microscopy, Immunoelectron Microscopy, Stem cell, Scaffold, Tissue engineering, Wound Healing.




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