۱۳۹۹ شنبه ۲۹ شهريور
Name: Farzan
Surname: Modaresi
Birth: 1986/9/6
Sex: Male
Nationality: Iranian
Assistant Professor in Jahrom University of Medical Sciences
Email: Modarresifarzan@gmail.com
Farzanmodaresi@jums.ac.ir            
Educational Background 
BA degree: Biology at Shiraz university of Iran 2004-2008
MA degree: Medical Microbiology at Jundishapur university of Iran 2008-2010
PhD: Medical bacteriology at Kerman University of Medical Sciences Iran 2011-2015
Education Experience 
Theoretical teaching medical microbiology for nursing student (4 Courses) 2009
Theoretical teaching medical Parasitology for nursing student (2 Courses) 2009
Theoretical teaching medical microbiology for undergraduate student from 2011-2015
Theoretical teaching medical bacteriology for Lab Sciences student (6 course) 2016
Theoretical teaching medical microbiology for nursing (2 course) 2016
Theoretical teaching medical microbiology for medicine student (4 course) 2016-2017
Papers presented at scientific congresses:
Oral present 
Detection of streptococci group B in neonatal who suspected to the sepsis by Nested-PCR from Ahvaz Abozar and Emam hospitals (Iran) in Oxford University Ireland FEMS 2012
The use of Nanoparticles in treatment of multidrug resistance infection presented in Lyon France EMN Meeting 2017
Poster present 
Comparison between traditional and molecular methods for identification of klebsiella pneumonia in neonatal who suspected to sepsis     
Detection of Enterobacter sakazakii from dried infant milk used in neonatal units of Imam and Abozar hospitals in Ahvaz-Iran
 
Published Article 
1-Modarresi, F., Azizi, O., Shakibaie, M. R., Motamedifar, M., Mosadegh, E., & Mansouri, S. (2015). Iron limitation enhances acyl homoserine lactone (AHL) production and biofilm formation in clinical isolates of Acinetobacter baumannii. Virulence, 6(2), 152-161. (IF=4.8)
2-Modarresi, F., Azizi, O., Shakibaie, M. R., Motamedifar, M., Valibeigi, B., & Mansouri, S. (2015). Effect of iron on expression of efflux pump (adeABC) and quorum sensing (luxI, luxR) genes in clinical isolates of Acinetobacter baumannii. APMIS, 123(11), 959-968. (IF=2.3)
3-Azizi, O., Shakibaie, M. R., Modarresi, F., & Shahcheraghi, F. (2015). Molecular detection of class-D OXA Carbapenemase genes in biofilm and non-biofilm forming clinical isolates of Acinetobacter baumannii. Jundishapur journal of microbiology, 8(1). (IF= 1)
4-Lavaee, F., Faez, K., Faez, K., Hadi, N., & Modaresi, F. (2016). Antimicrobial and antibiofilm activity of silver, titanium dioxide and iron nano particles. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DENTISTRY, 29(6), 315-320. (Corresponding Author)(IF=2.6)
5-Azizi, O., Shakibaie, M. R., Badmasti, F., Modarresi, F., Ramazanzadeh, R., Mansouri, S., & Shahcheraghi, F. (2016). Class 1 integrons in non-clonal multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii from Iran, description of the new blaIMP-55 allele in In1243. Journal of Medical Microbiology, 65(9), 928-936. (IF= 2.5)
6-Modarresi, F., Azizi, O., Shakibaie, M. R., Motamedifar, M., & Mansouri, S. (2016). Cloning and expression of quorum sensing N-acyl-homoserine synthase (LuxI) gene detected in Acinetobacter baumannii. Iranian Journal of Microbiology, 8(2), 139.
7- Afra SM, Modaresi F (2017) The Use of Synergistically Antiplaque Nanoparticles In Treating Dental Caries. J Dent Health Oral Disord Ther 6(5): 00214. DOI: 10.15406/jdhodt.2017.06.00214 (Corresponding Author)
8-Salimizand, H., Modarresi, F., Azizi, O., Mansouri, S., Rahmati, M., & Barkhordari, K. (2015). Antimicrobial Profile and Phenotypic Metallo-β-Lactamase Detection of Acinetobacter baumannii Isolated From Clinical and Environmental Specimens. Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 17(6).
9-Omid, A., Fereshteh, S., Himen, S., Farzan, M., Reza, S. M. (2016). Molecular Analysis and Expression of bap Gene in Biofilm-Forming Multi-Drug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii. Reports of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 5(1), 62.
10-Ahmadi, KH, Sheykh A. Farajzadeh, J. Mardaneh, F. Modarresi, and S. Shoja. "Detection of Enterobacter sakazakii in neonatal sepsis by PCR on 16S ribosomal RNA." (2014). ISMJ. 272-279.
11-Mardani, M., Afra, S. M., Tanideh, N., Andisheh Tadbir, A., Modarresi, F., KoohiHosseinabadi, O & Sepehrimanesh, M. (2016). Hydroalcoholic extract of Carum carvi L. in oral mucositis: a clinical trial in male golden hamsters. Oral Diseases, 22(1), 39-45. (IF=2.5)
 
Participation in Congresses and seminars 
International Scientific Conference of the Institute for Cellular and Molecular embryos Persian 2008
The Fifth Iranian Congress of Virology and Vaccine Congress 2009
Third Iranian Congress of Clinical Microbiology 2009
Eleventh Congress of Microbiology, Iran and the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Congress of Microbiology 2009
Experienced methods 
-PCR
-Nested-PCR
 -Multiplex and RT-PCR
 –Electrophoresis
–ELISA
–Immunofluorescent
-Cell Culture
-Cloning and expression
-Real time PCR
-NanoMedicine
-Nanoparticles synthesize, Conjugate
 
Book:  New Strategy in Treatments of Oral Infections by Nanoparticles (Published by Duuseldorf Scholar Press)
 
كليه حقوق اين پايگاه متعلق به دانشگاه علوم پزشكي و خدمات بهداشتي درماني جهرم مي باشد.
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