Ildiko Horvath | Space Physics | Best Researcher Award

Dr Ildiko Horvath | Space Physics | Best Researcher Award

Research Fellow at  The University of Queensland,  Australia

Ildiko Horvath is currently affiliated with the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. She holds a diverse educational background, including a B.Sc. in Physics from La Trobe University (1991), M.Sc. degrees in Preliminary Geophysics (1992) and Ionospheric Space Physics (1997) from Monash University and La Trobe University respectively, and a Ph.D. in Ionospheric Space Physics from La Trobe University (2002).

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📚 Education:

  • B.Sc. Physics, La Trobe University, Australia, 1991
  • M.Sc. Preliminary Geophysics, Monash University, Australia, 1992
  • M.Sc. Ionospheric Space Physics, La Trobe University, Australia, 1997
  • Ph.D. Ionospheric Space Physics, La Trobe University, Australia, 2002

Research Focus: Space Physics

Ildiko Horvath’s research primarily focuses on Space Physics, with a particular emphasis on ionospheric and magnetospheric phenomena. Her work investigates various aspects such as:

  • Subauroral Ion Drifts (SAID): Studying the development and characteristics of ion drifts in the subauroral regions during different geomagnetic conditions.
  • Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling: Exploring the interactions and dynamics between the Earth’s magnetosphere and ionosphere, particularly during geomagnetic storms and disturbances.
  • Plasma Density Variations: Investigating the spatial and temporal variations in plasma density in different regions of the ionosphere and their implications for space weather.
  • Geomagnetic Storms and Superstorms: Analyzing the effects of severe space weather events on the Earth’s ionosphere, including plasma enhancements and disturbances.

Her research contributions provide insights into the complex interplay between solar wind, magnetic fields, and atmospheric dynamics, advancing our understanding of space weather and its impacts on Earth’s space environment.


Publication Top Notes
  • Investigating the Hot Zone Developed Under Short‐Circuiting Conditions and the Coupled Magnetosphere‐Ionosphere (M‐I) System for the Subauroral Arc’s Inner‐Magnetosphere Generation Environment
    • Publication Date: June 2024
    • DOI: 10.1029/2024JA032552.
  • Abnormal Sub‐Auroral Ion Drifts (ASAID) Developed in the Postmidnight (1–4) Magnetic Local Time Sector in 2013
    • Publication Date: September 2023
    • DOI: 10.1029/2023JA031808.
  • Antisunward Streaming Westward Sub‐Auroral Ion Drifts (SAID) Developed in the Postmidnight (1–4) Magnetic Local Time Sector During 2013
    • Publication Date: September 2023
    • DOI: 10.1029/2023JA031677
  • Sub‐Auroral Ion Drifts (SAID) Developed Over the Northern Winter Hemisphere at Dawn During 2016–2017
    • Publication Date: April 2023
    • DOI: 10.1029/2022JA031228.
  • Sub‐Auroral Flows and Associated Magnetospheric and Ionospheric Phenomena Developed During 7–8 September 2017
    • Publication Date: March 2023
    • DOI: 10.1029/2022JA030966
  • Abnormal Sub‐Auroral Ion Drifts (ASAID) Developed in Various Inner‐Magnetosphere Configurations at Geomagnetically Quiet Times
    • Publication Date: January 2023
    • DOI: 10.1029/2022JA031004

Abdul Qadeer | Veterinary Science | Young Scientist Award

Dr Abdul Qadeer |  Veterinary Science |  Young Scientist Award

Postdoctoral Fellow at  Central South University Changsha, China

Abdul Qadeer is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the School of Life Sciences, Central South University, Changsha, Hunan, China. He obtained his Ph.D. in Preventive Veterinary Science specializing in Molecular Biology and Molecular Parasitology from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China. His research primarily focuses on helminth and protozoa co-infections associated with viruses, particularly in Schistosoma japonicum, and the molecular mechanisms involved in extracellular vesicle biogenesis.


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🎓 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Preventive Veterinary Science, specializing in Molecular Biology and Molecular Parasitology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China (2018-2022)
  • M.Phil. in Clinical Medicine, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan (2016-2018)
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), The University of Agriculture Peshawar, Pakistan (2011-2015)

🌟 Professional Experience:

  • Previous positions include Postdoctoral Researcher at Tongji University, Shanghai, and Researcher at the National Key Laboratory for Animals Schistosomiasis, Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute.

🏆 Honors & Awards:

  • Recipient of the China High Talent post-doctoral fellowship and Chinese government scholarship for Ph.D. study.

Research Focus: Veterinary Science

Abdul Qadeer, a Pakistani national, is currently engaged in Veterinary Science research, specifically focusing on molecular parasitology and the immune systems of helminths. His work includes identifying functional molecules in Schistosoma, exploring the roles of lncRNAs and miRNAs in parasite viability, and investigating alternative therapies using nanotechnology and herbal extracts. Based at the Department of Cell Biology, School of Life Sciences, Central South University in Changsha, China, Qadeer’s research aims to advance disease diagnosis and control strategies for bacterial, viral, protozoal, and helminthic diseases.


Abdul Qadeer has been cited 102 times since 2019, achieving an h-index of 6 and an i10-index of 5. These indices reflect his impact in the field of Veterinary Science and molecular parasitology, indicating that 6 of his publications have each been cited at least 6 times since 2019.

Publication Top Notes
  • Transcriptional profiles of genes potentially involved in extracellular vesicle biogenesis in Schistosoma japonicum
    • Published in Acta Tropica, 2021
    • Cited 12 times
  • Potential application of nanotechnology in the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of schistosomiasis
    • Published in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 2022
    • Cited 10 times
  • Circulatory microRNAs in Helminthiases: Potent as diagnostics biomarker, its Potential role and limitations
    • Published in Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 2022
    • Cited 8 times
  • Evaluation of in vitro antibacterial effect of essential oil and some herbal plant extract used against mastitis pathogens
    • Published in Veterinary Medicine and Science, 2022
    • Cited 6 times
  • Recent advances in enzyme immobilization in nanomaterials
    • Published in Nanomaterial-Supported Enzymes, 2022
    • Cited 6 times
  • Herbal bioactive–based nano drug delivery systems
    • Published in Herbal Bioactive-Based Drug Delivery Systems, 2022
    • Cited 6 times


Muhammad Mubashir | Condensed Matter Physics | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Muhammad Mubashir | Condensed Matter Physics | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Muhammad Mubashir, University of Education Township Lahore, Pakistan

Muhammad Mubashir is a dedicated researcher in computational materials science, specializing in first-principles calculations and simulations. He holds an MS in Physics, focusing on the electronic properties of 2D materials. His expertise spans hydrogen storage materials, low-dimensional structures, and gas sensing materials. Muhammad is proficient in Quantum ESPRESSO and CASTEP, and has contributed significantly to understanding material behaviors through theoretical investigations. With multiple publications and active participation in scientific conferences, he continues to explore advanced energy storage materials and their computational design.

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Academic Background 📚

Muhammad completed his MS/MPhil in Physics from the University of Education, Township, Lahore, Pakistan, where his thesis delved into the structural and electronic properties of 1T phase zirconium dioxide via first-principles calculations.

Research Focus 🌱

Muhammad Mubashir’s research primarily centers on computational simulation and first-principles calculations of advanced materials, particularly focusing on hydrogen storage and perovskite-type hydrides. His work spans the investigation of structural, optoelectronic, and thermal properties of various materials using Quantum ESPRESSO and CASTEP. He explores novel strategies such as chemical doping and material tuning to enhance hydrogen storage capabilities. Muhammad’s contributions extend to understanding electronic structures and mechanical stability in materials like fluoroperovskites, essential for applications in solar energy and solid-state technologies. His research underscores a commitment to advancing sustainable energy solutions through innovative computational modeling. 🌐

Xibo Pei | Dentistry | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr Xibo Pei | Dentistry | Best Researcher Award


Associate Professor at  West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University, China

Xibo Pei, born on October 24, 1985, in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, is an Associate Professor at the West China Hospital of Stomatology, Sichuan University. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Stomatology (2009) and an MD-PhD in Prosthodontics (2014) from the West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University (2016-2017) under the guidance of Professor Jill Helms. Dr. Pei’s research focuses on Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs), dental implants, drug delivery systems, bone tissue engineering, inflammation, and diabetes. He has received funding from prestigious sources such as the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Science & Technology Key Research Program of Sichuan Province to support his innovative research in these fields.

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🎓 Education and Training:

  • MD-PhD in Prosthodontics from West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University (2009-2014)
  • Bachelor of Stomatology from West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University (2004-2009)
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University, USA (2016-2017)

🏥 Employment History:

  • Associate Professor at West China Hospital of Stomatology, Sichuan University (2014-present)
  • Lecturer at West China Hospital of Stomatology, Sichuan University (2014-2017)

Research Focus: Dentistry

Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Investigating the application of MOFs in dentistry, possibly for enhanced drug delivery systems, biomaterials, or tissue engineering. Dental Implant: Studying advancements in dental implant technology, likely including materials science, biomechanics, and clinical outcomes improvement. Drug Delivery System: Developing novel drug delivery systems tailored for oral health applications, which could involve localized therapies or sustained-release formulations. Bone Tissue Engineering: Exploring methods to enhance bone regeneration and integration in dental and maxillofacial surgery using tissue engineering principles. Inflammation: Researching mechanisms and treatments for oral inflammation, potentially addressing periodontal diseases and their systemic implications. Diabetes: Investigating the interplay between diabetes and oral health, focusing on complications such as periodontitis and therapeutic approaches specific to diabetic patients. Pei’s work spans fundamental research to clinical applications, aiming to advance both theoretical knowledge and practical treatments in dentistry.


  • Total Citations: 3173
  • Citations Since 2019: 2837
  • h-index: 30
  • i10-index: 58

Publication Top Notes

  • Multiwall carbon nanotubes/polycaprolactone composites for bone tissue engineering application
    • Published in Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces in 2012
    • Citations: 248
  • PEGylated nano-graphene oxide as a nanocarrier for delivering mixed anticancer drugs to improve anticancer activity
    • Published in Scientific Reports in 2020
    • Citations: 170
  • A mussel-inspired film for adhesion to wet buccal tissue and efficient buccal drug delivery
    • Published in Nature Communications in 2021
    • Citations: 165
  • Graphene oxide/hydroxyapatite composite coatings fabricated by electrochemical deposition
    • Published in Surface and Coatings Technology in 2016
    • Citations: 162
  • ZIF-8-modified multifunctional bone-adhesive hydrogels promoting angiogenesis and osteogenesis for bone regeneration
    • Published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces in 2020
    • Citations: 156
  • Osteogenic activity and antibacterial effect of porous titanium modified with metal‐organic framework films
    • Published in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A in 2017
    • Citations: 122
  • Metal-organic framework-based nanomaterials for biomedical applications
    • Published in Chinese Chemical Letters in 2020
    • Citations: 107
  • Graphene family materials in bone tissue regeneration: perspectives and challenges
    • Published in Nanoscale Research Letters in 2018
    • Citations: 97
  • Tantalum and its derivatives in orthopedic and dental implants: Osteogenesis and antibacterial properties
    • Published in Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces in 2021
    • Citations: 87
  • Accelerated bone regeneration by MOF modified multifunctional membranes through enhancement of osteogenic and angiogenic performance
    • Published in Advanced Healthcare Materials in 2021
    • Citations: 85
  • A Wnt-responsive PDL population effectuates extraction socket healing
    • Published in Journal of Dental Research in 2018
    • Citations: 83

Nastaran Heydarikhayat | Health Professions Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Nastaran Heydarikhayat | Health Professions Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Nastaran Heydarikhayat, Iranshahr University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Dr. Nastaran Heydarikhayat is a distinguished faculty member at Iranshahr University of Medical Sciences, specializing in nursing with extensive expertise in patient safety and burn survivor care. With a doctorate from Shahid Beheshti University, her research spans qualitative studies in nursing, including the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare professionals and home care efficacy for burn survivors. Dr. Heydarikhayat has authored numerous articles in reputable journals and collaborated internationally on healthcare innovations. Recognized for her contributions, she continues to lead impactful research projects, demonstrating dedication to advancing nursing education and patient care. 🌐✨


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Academic and Professional Background

With a Ph.D. in nursing from Shahid Beheshti University, Heydarikhayat’s career includes impactful research on patient safety and burn survivor care. 🏥


Research Focus

Nastaran Heydarikhayat’s research spans diverse areas within nursing, emphasizing qualitative and quantitative studies focused on patient care and healthcare systems. 🏥 Her notable contributions include studies on burn survivor care, patient safety, and the psychological impacts of home care interventions. Through extensive clinical trials and qualitative analyses, Heydarikhayat has explored topics such as nurse-patient interactions during triage, coping strategies among medical students, and the lived experiences of nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. Her work not only enhances understanding in these critical areas but also contributes significantly to improving healthcare practices and policies. 🌟


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Maryam Hosseini | Immunotherapy Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Maryam Hosseini | Immunotherapy Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Maryam Hosseini, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Dr. Maryam Hosseini is an Iranian immunologist specializing in immune-mediated diseases, cancer immunology, and therapy, based at the Trauma Research Center, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences. With a PhD in Immunology from Tarbiat Modares University, her research focuses on extracellular vesicles and non-coding RNAs in immune responses. She has published extensively and presented her work globally, including on colorectal cancer and COVID-19 immunology. Dr. Hosseini is skilled in a range of laboratory techniques and has contributed significantly to the field through her teaching and workshop participation. 🧬🔬


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🔬 Education

Maryam’s research focuses on inflammation, cancer immunology, and immune therapy. Her doctoral thesis explored the role of exosome-enriched miRNA-34a from CT-26 cell lines in anti-tumor immune responses in colorectal cancer mouse models.


Maryam’s academic excellence is evident through numerous honors, including ranking first among MSc students and actively contributing to immunology committees in Iran.

🎓 Teaching

Maryam is also dedicated to education, having taught immunology courses at Azad University. Her commitment extends to organizing international congresses and workshops, enriching both scientific discourse and student learning.

Research Focus

Maryam Hosseini’s research focus spans across several critical areas in immunology and biotechnology 🧬. Her work prominently explores the use of nanoparticles in cancer immunotherapy, highlighting their potential as novel therapeutic agents. Additionally, she investigates CAR-modified T-cell therapies for cancer treatment, emphasizing advancements in personalized medicine. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, she contributed significantly to understanding immune responses and therapeutic challenges associated with the virus. Her studies also extend to the role of exosomes in tumor progression and immune modulation, showcasing her diverse contributions to both basic and applied immunological sciences. Maryam’s multidimensional approach underscores her commitment to advancing biomedical research with impactful implications.


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Mousa Ghaemy | Polymer Chemistry Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Mousa Ghaemy | Polymer Chemistry Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Mousa Ghaemy, University of Mazandaran, Iran

Prof. Mousa Ghaemy is an accomplished polymer chemist with extensive academic contributions. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Aston, UK, in 1980 and pursued postdoctoral research at the University of Sussex. Currently a full professor at the University of Mazandaran, Iran, he specializes in polymer degradation and stabilization, with notable research on epoxy resins and polyolefins. Prof. Ghaemy has presented his work at numerous international conferences and held various leadership roles, including Vice Chancellor for Research and Head of Chemistry Department. His career spans over four decades, marked by significant contributions to polymer science. 🎓


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Prof. Mousa Ghaemy began his academic journey with a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Isfahan, Iran, in 1975. He furthered his studies with an M.Sc. in polymer and fiber science at UMIST, Manchester, UK, focusing on polymer glass transition temperature determination. His Ph.D. in polymer chemistry and technology from the University of Aston, Birmingham, UK, in 1980 explored dynamic properties of thiol-modified ABS polymers.

Research Focus

Prof. Mousa Ghaemy’s research focuses on advanced materials and environmental applications, particularly in polymer chemistry and nanotechnology. He has pioneered the development of novel hydrogel composites, magnetic nanomaterials, and functionalized polymers for efficient removal of heavy metals and dyes from water. His work spans from polymer degradation studies using ethylene glycol to the synthesis of bio-sorbents and nanogels for drug delivery and environmental remediation. Prof. Ghaemy’s contributions, characterized by over 100 publications, exemplify his commitment to sustainable technologies and materials science innovation, impacting fields ranging from biotechnology to water purification. 🧪🌱

Publication Top Notes

Novel magnetic bio-sorbent hydrogel beads based on modified gum tragacanth/graphene oxide: Removal of heavy metals and dyes from water

Novel magnetic bio-sorbent hydrogel beads based on modified gum tragacanth/graphene oxide: Removal of heavy metals and dyes from water

Removal of dyes and heavy metal ions from water by magnetic hydrogel beads based on poly (vinyl alcohol)/carboxymethyl starch-g-poly (vinyl imidazole)

Synthesis of modified gum tragacanth/graphene oxide composite hydrogel for heavy metal ions removal and preparation of silver nanocomposite for antibacterial activity

Polymer grafted graphene oxide: for improved dispersion in epoxy resin and enhancement of mechanical properties of nanocomposite

Low-cost nanoparticles sorbent from modified rice husk and a copolymer for efficient removal of Pb (II) and crystal violet from water

Removal of metal ions from water using nanohydrogel tragacanth gum-g-polyamidoxime: Isotherm and kinetic study

Synthesis of nanohydrogels based on tragacanth gum biopolymer and investigation of swelling and drug delivery

Photocurable, antimicrobial quaternary ammonium–modified nanosilica

Wenyao Zhang | Materials Science | Young Scientist Award

Dr Wenyao Zhang |  Materials Science |  Young Scientist Award

professor at  Nanjing university of science and technology, China

Dr. Wenyao Zhang is a distinguished professor at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University of Science & Technology in Nanjing, China. He currently leads research in the field of aqueous Zn-ion batteries, focusing on the surface chemistry of Zn metal and the stabilization of metal clusters.

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Educational Background:

  • Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering (2012 – 2017): Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China.
  • Joint Ph.D. in Colloid Chemistry (2015 – 2017): Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany.
  • B.Eng. in Materials Chemistry (2008 – 2012): Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China.

Dr. Zhang’s research contributions have significantly advanced the understanding and application of nanomaterials in energy storage and conversion technologies.

Professional Experience:

  • 2022 – Present: Professor, Overseas High-Level Talent Recruitment Programs, Nanjing University of Science & Technology.
    • Research: Zn metal surface chemistry, aqueous Zn-ion batteries, stabilization of atomic/subnanometric metal clusters.
  • 2020 – 2022: Postdoctoral Researcher, Chemical & Materials Engineering, University of Alberta, Canada.
    • Co-Advisors: Prof. Ken Cadien, Prof. Zhi Li.
  • 2017 – 2020: Postdoctoral Researcher, Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Waterloo, Canada.
    • Co-Advisors: Prof. Zhongwei Chen, Prof. Aiping Yu.

Academic Background:

Dr. Zhang earned his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Nanjing University of Science and Technology in 2017, under the supervision of Prof. Xin Wang. He conducted joint Ph.D. research in Colloid Chemistry at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Germany, under Prof. Markus Antonietti. His research during this period focused on carbon-nitrogen materials for electrocatalysis and lithium-ion batteries, and carbon nitride-based materials for photoelectrochemical water splitting.

Materials Science Research Focus:

Dr. Wenyao Zhang’s research in materials science primarily revolves around energy storage and conversion technologies, with a significant emphasis on the following areas:

  1. Aqueous Zn-ion Batteries:
    • Zn Metal Surface Chemistry: Investigating the chemical interactions and surface modifications of zinc metal to enhance the performance and stability of aqueous Zn-ion batteries.
    • Stabilization of Metal Clusters: Developing molecular trapping strategies to stabilize atomic and subnanometric metal clusters, which are crucial for improving the efficiency and longevity of battery systems.
  2. Electrocatalysis:
    • Carbon-Nitrogen Materials: Designing novel carbon-nitrogen materials to serve as supports for electrocatalysts, enhancing their activity and durability for various electrochemical reactions.
  3. Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting:
    • Carbon Nitride-Based Materials: Creating high-performance carbon nitride-based materials to act as catalysts for photoelectrochemical water splitting, aiming to generate hydrogen efficiently using solar energy.
  4. Nanostructured Materials:
    • Growth of MnO2 on Carbon Nanotubes: Controlled synthesis of nanostructured manganese dioxide on carbon nanotubes to develop high-performance electrochemical capacitors.

Dr. Zhang’s innovative research integrates advanced material design and synthesis techniques to address critical challenges in energy storage and conversion, contributing to the development of sustainable and efficient energy solutions.


  • Total Citations: 1,645
  • Citations Since 2019: 1,437
  • h-index: 21
  • i10-index: 28

Publication Top Notes

  • Ternary manganese ferrite/graphene/polyaniline nanostructure with enhanced electrochemical capacitance performance
    • P. Xiong, C. Hu, Y. Fan, W. Zhang, J. Zhu, X. Wang, Journal of Power Sources, 266, 384-392, 2014
    • Citations: 183
  • Palladium nanoparticles supported on graphitic carbon nitride-modified reduced graphene oxide as highly efficient catalysts for formic acid and methanol electrooxidation
    • W. Zhang, H. Huang, F. Li, K. Deng, X. Wang, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2 (44), 19084-19094, 2014
    • Citations: 169
  • Defect‐Enriched Nitrogen Doped–Graphene Quantum Dots Engineered NiCo2S4 Nanoarray as High‐Efficiency Bifunctional Catalyst for Flexible Zn‐Air Battery
    • W. Liu, B. Ren, W. Zhang, M. Zhang, G. Li, M. Xiao, J. Zhu, A. Yu, Small, 15 (44), 1903610, 2019
    • Citations: 99
  • Merging single‐atom‐dispersed iron and graphitic carbon nitride to a joint electronic system for high‐efficiency photocatalytic hydrogen evolution
    • W. Zhang, Q. Peng, L. Shi, Q. Yao, X. Wang, A. Yu, Z. Chen, Y. Fu, Small, 15 (50), 1905166, 2019
    • Citations: 90
  • Zn-free MOFs like MIL-53 (Al) and MIL-125 (Ti) for the preparation of defect-rich, ultrafine ZnO nanosheets with high photocatalytic performance
    • H. Xiao, W. Zhang, Q. Yao, L. Huang, L. Chen, B. Boury, Z. Chen, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 244, 719-731, 2019
    • Citations: 90
  • Controlled growth of nanostructured MnO2 on carbon nanotubes for high-performance electrochemical capacitors
    • H. Huang, W. Zhang, Y. Fu, X. Wang, Electrochimica Acta, 152, 480-488, 2015
    • Citations: 87
  • Self-repairing interphase reconstructed in each cycle for highly reversible aqueous zinc batteries
    • W. Zhang, M. Dong, K. Jiang, D. Yang, X. Tan, S. Zhai, R. Feng, N. Chen, Nature Communications, 13 (1), 5348, 2022
    • Citations: 84
  • A general approach for fabricating 3D MFe2O4 (M= Mn, Ni, Cu, Co)/graphitic carbon nitride covalently functionalized nitrogen-doped graphene nanocomposites as advanced anodes
    • W. Zhang, Y. Fu, W. Liu, L. Lim, X. Wang, A. Yu, Nano Energy, 57, 48-56, 2019
    • Citations: 82
  • A “trimurti” heterostructured hybrid with an intimate CoO/Co x P interface as a robust bifunctional air electrode for rechargeable Zn–air batteries
    • Y. Niu, M. Xiao, J. Zhu, T. Zeng, J. Li, W. Zhang, D. Su, A. Yu, Z. Chen, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 8 (18), 9177-9184, 2020
    • Citations: 81
  • One-pot synthesis of nickel-modified carbon nitride layers toward efficient photoelectrochemical cells
    • W. Zhang, J. Albero, L. Xi, K. M. Lange, H. Garcia, X. Wang, M. Shalom, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9 (38), 32667-32677, 2017
    • Citations: 67

Vahideh Mohammadzadeh | Pharmacology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Vahideh Mohammadzadeh | Pharmacology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Vahideh Mohammadzadeh, mashhad university of medical science, Iran

Dr. Vahideh Mohammadzadeh is a Ph.D. student in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran. Her research focuses on innovative drug delivery systems like nanoliposomes for treating cancer and eye diseases. With expertise in nanoformulations (liposome, micelle, polymer), she conducts in-vitro assays and specializes in MTT assay and HPLC. Her work spans biochemistry, immunology, and nanomedicine, highlighted by numerous publications on nanosensors, therapeutic nanoparticles, and drug delivery advancements. Dr. Mohammadzadeh is also skilled in statistical analysis, technical writing, and communication. She aims to revolutionize healthcare through cutting-edge pharmaceutical nanotechnology. 📚💊


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Professional Background

Dr. Vahideh Mohammadzadeh is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran. Her research primarily focuses on advancing drug delivery systems, particularly through nanotechnology. She specializes in the formulation of nanoliposomes and other nanostructures like micelles and polymers for targeted therapy in cancer and ocular diseases. Dr. Mohammadzadeh has extensive experience in conducting in-vitro biochemical and immunological assays, including MTT assay and HPLC analysis. Her work is underscored by a prolific publication record encompassing topics such as nanosensors, therapeutic nanoparticles, and innovative drug formulations. 📊🔬


Ph.D., Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, 2018-2024

M.Sc., Toxicology, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, 2014-2017

B.Sc., Biology

Research Focus

Dr. Vahideh Mohammadzadeh’s research primarily focuses on advancing drug delivery systems in cancer therapy through innovative nanotechnologies. Her work spans the development and characterization of nanoliposomes, polymeric micelles, and other nanostructures to enhance the targeted delivery of therapeutic agents for cancer and ocular diseases. She explores novel formulations like liposomes and plant-based nanoparticles to optimize drug efficacy while minimizing side effects. Dr. Mohammadzadeh’s research also delves into nanosensors for biomolecule detection and the biological synthesis of nanoparticles for cytotoxicity studies. Her contributions aim to revolutionize healthcare through cutting-edge nanomedicine solutions. 🌟🔬


Publication Top Notes

  • Poly-γ-glutamic acid nanoparticles as adjuvant and antigen carrier system for cancer vaccination 📄 Citations: 14 | Cited by: Jaafari, M.R. et al. | Year: 2023
  • Plant Gel-Mediated Synthesis of Gold-Coated Nanoceria Using Ferula gummosa: Characterization and Estimation of Its Cellular Toxicity toward Breast Cancer Cell Lines 📄 Citations: 14 | Cited by: Sarafraz Ardakani, M.R. et al. | Year: 2023
  • Icariin: A Promising Natural Product in Biomedicine and Tissue Engineering 📄 Citations: 22 | Cited by: Simal-Gandara, J. et al. | Year: 2023
  • Correction to: New insights into the application of nanoghosts as theranostic tools with an emphasis on cardiovascular diseases 📄 Citations: 1 | Cited by: Qindeel, M. et al. | Year: 2022
  • Novel EPR-enhanced strategies for targeted drug delivery in pancreatic cancer: An update 📄 Citations: 21 | Cited by: Sibuh, B.Z. et al. | Year: 2022
  • Fluorescent-based nanosensors for selective detection of a wide range of biological macromolecules: A comprehensive review 📄 Citations: 106 | Cited by: Díez-Pascual, A.M. et al. | Year: 2022
  • Applications of plant-based nanoparticles in nanomedicine: A review 📄 Citations: 84 | Cited by: Varma, R.S. et al. | Year: 2022
  • Biological synthesis and characterization of gold nanoparticles using Verbascum speciosum Schrad. and cytotoxicity properties toward HepG2 cancer cell line 📄 Citations: 35 | Cited by: Nadaf, M. et al. | Year: 2022
  • Theranostic advances of bionanomaterials against gestational diabetes mellitus: A preliminary review 📄 Citations: 24 | Cited by: Thakur, V.K. et al. | Year: 2021


Neda Mostajeran | Pharmaceutical Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Neda Mostajeran | Pharmaceutical Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Neda Mostajeran, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Dr. Neda Mostajeran is a Ph.D. candidate in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran. Her research focuses on innovative drug delivery systems including nanoliposomes, hydrogels, and nanofibers for applications in cancer therapy, wound healing, and ocular diseases. She has expertise in nanoformulations like liposomes and polymers, coupled with skills in tissue engineering and biochemical assays. With a background in Organic Chemistry and a strong publication record, she explores cutting-edge therapies such as non-coding RNA-based treatments. Driven by a passion for advancing healthcare through nanotechnology, she excels in scientific research, statistical analysis, and technical writing. 🧬


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Professional Background

Dr. Neda Mostajeran is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran. Her research spans diverse areas including drug delivery systems, nano sensors, and hydrogel manufacturing, particularly focusing on nanoliposomes. She investigates factors influencing angiogenesis in cancer, wound healing, and ocular diseases, alongside exploring tissue engineering techniques for scaffold design like hydrogels and nanofibers. Her work extends to modern therapeutic nanosystems and the development of beads for localized osteomyelitis treatment. Proficient in MTT assay and HPLC, Dr. Mostajeran is dedicated to advancing nano-based drug delivery formulations such as liposomes, micelles, and polymers, with expertise in in-vitro biochemical and immunological assays. 🧪

Educational Achievements


Dr. Mostajeran holds a Master’s degree in Organic Chemistry from Islamic Azad University and a Bachelor’s in Chemistry from Kashan University. She possesses additional skills in statistical analysis, technical writing, communication, teaching, RT-PCR, and cell culture. 📚


Research Focus

Dr. Neda Mostajeran’s research primarily focuses on the design, solvent-free synthesis, and evaluation of antibacterial activity of coumarin sulfonamides. Her work, published in reputable journals like the Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal, showcases her expertise in pharmaceutical chemistry and nanotechnology. Dr. Mostajeran collaborates extensively with peers on innovative approaches to synthesizing bioactive compounds and assessing their therapeutic potential, particularly in combating bacterial infections. Her contributions underscore a commitment to advancing drug discovery methodologies, integrating nanotechnology with organic chemistry to develop novel compounds that address significant health challenges. 🧪


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