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Assist Prof Dr. Faezeh Shekari | Drug delivery | Women Researcher Award

Assistant professor, Royan institute, Canada

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dr. Faezeh Shekari on receiving the prestigious Women Researcher Award for her groundbreaking work in utilizing milk-derived nanoparticles for drug delivery. 🎉 Dr. Shekari’s research at the Royan Institute in Canada offers promising advancements in the field of pharmaceuticals, enhancing drug efficacy and targeting specific cells or tissues. With her innovative approach, she brings together the realms of biotechnology and healthcare, paving the way for more effective and precise drug delivery systems. Dr. Shekari’s dedication to scientific excellence and her contributions to advancing women in research make her a true inspiration in the scientific community.


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Education 🎓

Faezeh Shekari holds a Ph.D. in Biology from the University of Science and Culture and Royan Institute, Tehran. She also earned an M.Sc. in Cellular and Molecular Biology and a B.Sc. in the same field from the University of Tehran.

Experience 💼

As the Founder and CEO of Celer Diagnostics startup in Canada, Faezeh Shekari leads strategic planning and scientific innovation. Previously, she founded Firoozeh DiaTech in Iran and served as the Chair of the ISEV Rigor & Standardization Task Force, contributing significantly to global standards in extracellular vesicle research.

Research Interests 🧬

Faezeh Shekari’s research interests lie in the therapeutic potential of extracellular vesicles, with a focus on stem cell-derived vesicles and their applications in regenerative medicine and drug delivery. She is also passionate about advancing biobanking protocols and studying EV subpopulations for various biomedical applications.

Awards 🏆

Faezeh Shekari has received recognition for her contributions to the field, including the Outstanding Researcher Award from the International Society for Extracellular Vesicles and the Excellence in Biotechnology Award from the Iranian Proteomics Society.

Publications Top Notes📚

“Mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles: considerations and therapeutic applications” – 2024

“Minimal information for studies of extracellular vesicles (MISEV2023): From basic to advanced approaches” – 2024

“Treatment of milk with various chemicals differentially affects the physiochemical and functional characteristics of extracellular vesicles” – 2024

“Milk-Derived Extracellular Vesicles: Biomedical Applications, Current Challenges, and Future Perspectives” – 2024

“Sirolimus-loaded exosomes as a promising vascular delivery system for the prevention of post-angioplasty restenosis” – 2024

Faezeh Shekari | Drug delivery | Women Researcher Award

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