Naader Alizadeh serves as a Professor of analytical chemistry at the Chemistry Department, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. He graduated in 1996 with a Ph.D. degree in analytical chemistry from the Tarbiat Modares University with a specialty in exchange kinetics and electrochemical studies of micellization with Professor Mojtaba Shamsipur as his advisor. He is a Member of the Chemical Society of Iran and Iranian Nanotechnology Society. His current interests include the chemical and electrochemical syntheses of nanostructure conducting polymers and its applications in chemical sensors and microextraction methods, exchange kinetics, and complexation of macrocyclic ligands. His research activities included the fabrication of electrochemical and optical selective sensors based on conducting polymers for the monitoring of anions in solution and volatile organic compounds in gas phase. Recently, Professor Alizadeh and his research group prepared selective sorbents for electrochemically controlled solid-phase microextraction and analysis of some drugs and amino acids in biological samples.
Biography Updated on 31 March 2013