Dr. Amin Zakeri earned his Doctor of veterinary medicine (D.V.M) degree from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran. Amin performed his thesis in Immunology and Parasitology labs at the Faculty of veterinary medicine, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran (2014–2016), where he worked on the immunoregulatory functions of helminths on the murine model of asthma through targeting TLRs. In July 2016, he defended his thesis and graduated with D.V.M degree. His area of interest is innate immunity, asthma, and helminth-induced immunoregulatory mechanisms. Amin is the author of several scientific research and review publications.
How Th2 responses can be modified by targeting PRRs. How Th2 responses are initiated and amplified in respiratory system. Role of PRRs in immunoregulation and molecular pathogenesis of allergy and asthma. Immunoregulatory effects of nano-particles on innate immune cells, in particular APCs. Nano-based carrier systems delivering PRR-targeting compounds Molecular interaction between pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) and helminths. Recognition of reliable biomarker in allergic diseases.