Soroush Sardari works as an Associate Professor at Pasteur Institute of Iran. He received his Ph.D. degree from Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Alberta in 1998, with a GPA of 8.6 out of 9 with award. He graduated Pharm.D. from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 1992 with a GPA of “A” or 17.7 out of 20, of the top three students. He achieved two Fellowships one of them is NSREC Industrial Fellowship from the Analytical Department Leader, PharmaDerm-Helix Biopharma Labs, Innovation Place, Saskatoon in 2000 and a Postdoctoral Fellow in biotransformation and synthesis of enzyme inhibitors and phytoalexins in Department of Chemistry, University of Saskatchewan in 1999. Since 2003, he has become the Head of Bioinformatics and Drug Discovery Unit of Pasteur Institute of Iran. Since 2005, he has directed the Eastern Mediterranean Health Genomics and Biotechnology Network (EMGEN) with its office located in Iran. Up till now, he has invented 7 patents, published more than 50 papers, compiled 3 books, and presented more than 74 abstracts in national and international congresses. He has worked as a editor of three scientific journals from 2006 to present and as a reviewer of more than 9 journals from 1993 to present. He has received more than 12 items of research grants and awards. Since 1992, he has supervised more than 25 Ph.D. and M.S. theses. In addition, he was Scientific Chair of the 1st International Health Genomics and Biotechnology and organized several workshops as chief organizer and coordinator.
Biography Updated on 24 March 2011