After high school, I pursued my education in biological sciences. I was accepted into the Cellular and Molecular Biology program as a bachelor student at the University of Isfahan, one of the biggest universities in Iran. I was eager to learn more about Molecular Biology and I fell in love with neuroscience. I could publish three articles in Iranian journals (Tashkhis azmayeshgahi, or Medical Diagnosis) as Bachelor student. For postgraduate studies, I was part of a collaborative program between Royan Institute, Isfahan Branch (www.Royaninstitute.Org)and the University of Isfahan. My Master thesis was about Orphan nuclear receptors and their therapeutic potentials in Parkinsonís disease. I worked as an assistant in Flow Cytometry section and manager in molecular section in clinical pathology labs. I am Ph.D. student at New Mexico State University, USA. I could publish my researches and hypothesis in various journals such as Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Medical Hypothesis, Appl Biochem Biotechnol, Cell Biol Int, Neuromolecular medicine, Neurotoxicity research, Biometals, Frontiers in Biology.
My main research interest is about neurodegenerative disorders and their cellular/molecular mechanism by focusing on mitochondria. In addition, I would like to find out how changing in metabolic pathways impact on neurodegeneration. I have been a peer reviewer for Medical Hypotheses and OMICS Biomedical Journals.