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Prof. Seyed Davar Siadat

Pasteur Institute of Iran
Pasteur Sq, Pasteur Ave.

Brief Biography:

As a researcher in medical microbiologist in Pasteur Institute of Iran, my research work focuses on bacterial vaccines , immunological evaluation of bacterial component and also antimicrobial resistant mechanisims. I am already involved in editorial assistant/reviewer of several journals as fallow:
1.Journal of Infection in Developing Countries: Editorial Board Member (Since 2007).
2.Jundishapour Journal of Microbiology: Reviewer  (Since 2010).
3.African Journal of Microbiology Research: Editor & Reviewer (Since 2010).
4.Microbiology Research Journal: Editorial Board Member (Since 2010).
5.Internet Journal of Microbiology: Reviewer - Editorial Board Member (Since 2007).
6.International Journal of Molecular and Clinical Microbiology: Reviewer - Editorial Board Member (Since 2011).
7.many regional Microbiology Research Journal in my country etc
The detailed information about me can be found in the attached CV. Thank you for your kind attention to my application.


Academic positions:

Staff Member Department of Hepatitis & AIDS Bacterial Vaccine and Antigen Production,Pasteur Institute of Iran, Tehran,Iran (2006).Assistant professor Department of Hepatitis & AIDS and Bacterial Vaccine and Antigen Production,PasteurInstitute of Iran, Tehran, Iran (since 2006).Associate professor  :  
1.Department of Hepatitis & AIDS and
2.Microbiology,Pasteur Institute of Iran, Tehran, Iran (since 2010).


Research interests:

My Field interested is medical microbiology that focus in all area of Bacterial vaccines and Immunological evaluation of its . I have been performed some project in molecular epidemiology of antimicrobial  resistant. The specific key words are as below:Molecular Epidemiology of Bacterial meningitis, Conjugate Vaccine, Molecular Epidemiology of Antimicrobial Resistance, Immunological Evaluation of bacterial vaccine candidate, Cloning, expression  and purification of  bacterial cell components.


What I think of the idea behind WebmedCentral:

Microbiology from birth to death!!