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Ali Reza, BSc, PhD

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Dr Ali Reza was born in 1954 in Shushtar, Iran. He obtained his B.Sc in Biology from Ahwaz Jundishapur University in 1977 and his M.Sc in Microbiology from Ahwaz University of Medical Sciences in 1986. He spent six years working as a lecturer in the department of Microbiology of Ahwaz University of Medical Sciences. He completed his Ph.D. studies in 1996 in Molecular Microbiology in Southampton General Hospital, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK. Since his graduation, he has been actively working both as a Associate Professor and a researcher in the department of Microbiology of Ahwaz University of Medical Sciences.

The subjects he teaches include virology, Genetics of Bacteria, Molecular Biology, Recombinant DNA technology, to undergraduate and graduate students. He has been supervising MSc. and Ph.D students of microbiology. The main projects under his supervision are on Streptococci and Chlamydia and viruses and include PCR detection of C. trachomatis in infertile females, Rotaviruse in children diarrhoea, PCR detection of hepatitis B, C and G in patients suffering from hepatitis and Detection of enteroviral meningitis.

His latest publications are:

  • 1 - The VP3 gene of Human Group C Rotavirus. Virus Genes 13:2, 169-173, 1996.
  • 2 - Epidemilogical aspects of rotavirus infection in Ahwaz, Iran. J. Health, Population and Nutrition 23:3, 245-249, 2005
  • 3 - Application of in-situ hybridization for detection of H. pylori. Med Sci Monit. 2006;12 (10).
  • 4 - Moosavian M, Tajbakhsh S, Samarbaf-Zadeh AR. Rapid detection of clarithromycin-resistant Helicobacter pylori in patients with dyspepsia by fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) compared with the E-test. Ann Saudi Med. 2007 Mar-Apr; 27(2): 84-8.
  • 5 - Persian translation of HIV medicine 2003

His Main interests:

  • DNA sequencing
  • Cloning techniques
  • cDNA library for prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
  • Molecular techniques for lab diagnosis of inheritable disease and infectious agents




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