About - Amir Niasari-NaslajiI
⦁ Prof. Amir Niasari-NaslajiI was born in Tehran in 1964. He was graduated by D.V.M. in 1990 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. Then he continued his postgraduate studies and received his Ph.D in Animal Reproduction in 1996 from University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. He was working at CSIRO, Australia for a while and did his pos-doc at the University of Queensland. He returned to his home country in 1997 where he was appointed as academic member of the same faculty that he received his D.V.M. He is now full professor at the University of Tehran.
⦁ He received several scientific awards for his research in camel reproduction. He has inovated a camel semen extender named “SHOTOR diluent” and he did the first interspecies embryo transfer from Bactrian to Dromedary camel. He has more than 70 published articles in national and international journals and more than 60 abstracts presented in scientific meetings. He supervised 11 PhD and 20 DVM students, mostly on camel reproduction. His main research interest is reproductive technologies including semen and embryo technologies in camel.
⦁ Contact –
Amir Niasari-Naslaji D.V.M. (Univ. Tehran, Iran);
Distinguished Researcher and Professor in Animal Reproduction
Department of Theriogenology
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
University of Tehran
P.O.B: 14195 - 117, Tehran, Iran
Tel (mobile): +98 912 3844576
Tel (office): +98 21 6111 7136
Fax: +98 21 22908813