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Dr. Farzaneh Roshandel | Bioremediation Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Farzaneh Roshandel, Department of Biology, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Dr. Farzaneh Roshandel 🌱 is a dedicated researcher in plant physiology, specializing in mycoremediation. With a Ph.D. and M.S. from Islamic Azad University, Tehran, her work focuses on the effects of contaminants on mushrooms’ physiological properties. πŸ„ She’s published extensively, exploring the potential of Pleurotus species in bioremediation. πŸ“š Dr. Roshandel’s expertise extends to educational and research roles within the university, and she’s actively involved in professional associations in Iran. 🌍 Her interdisciplinary skills include statistical analysis and proficiency in English and Persian. πŸ“ŠπŸŽ“

Publication Profile

πŸŽ“ Education

Dr. Farzaneh Roshandel obtained her Ph.D. and M.S. in Plant Physiology from the Science and Research Branch of Islamic Azad University in Tehran, Iran. Her doctoral research focused on mycoremediation’s impact on gas oil concentrations and physiological properties in oyster mushrooms. She previously investigated magnetic fields’ effects on mushroom production and nutritional value for her master’s thesis. Her academic journey began with a B.S. in General Biology from the North Tehran Branch of Islamic Azad University.

🏒 Work Experience

Dr. Roshandel served as an expert in educational laboratories and later as the head of the research department at the Central organization of Islamic Azad University in Tehran, Iran.

Research Focus

F Roshandel’s research primarily focuses on the bioremediation and biochemical responses of Pleurotus fungi, particularly Pleurotus florida, towards environmental contaminants such as oil and petroleum. πŸ„ Their work delves into understanding the impact of pollutants on antioxidant responses, amino acid content, and fruiting body formation of these fungi. Through their studies, they contribute to the fields of mycoremediation, environmental science, and biotechnology, shedding light on the potential of fungi like Pleurotus for sustainable solutions in mitigating pollution and enhancing nutritional value. πŸŒ±πŸ”¬

Publication Top Notes

  1. Mycoremediation of oil contaminant by Pleurotus florida (P. Kumm) in liquid culture‏ πŸ„
    • Published in Fungal Biology, cited by Mycologia, 2021
  2. Effect of oil contaminants on antioxidant responses and antioxidant properties ofΒ Pleurotus floridaΒ (P. Kumm)‏ 🌱
    • Published in Mycologia, cited by not available, 2024
  3. Effect of petroleum contaminant on pin creating and amino acid content of Pleurotus florida (P. Kumm)‏ πŸ„
    • Published in Iranian Journal of Plant and Biotechnology, cited by not available, 2021
    • Published in Plant and Ecosystem, cited by not available, 2008


Farzaneh Roshandel | Bioremediation Award | Best Researcher Award

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