🌱Dr Neda Sharifi: Leading Researcher in Sustainable Agriculture
Esfahan university, Iran

🏆Congratulations, Dr Neda  Sharifi , on winning the esteemed Best Researcher Award from ResearchW! Your dedication, innovative research, your dedication and innovative contributions in the field of renewable energy and agriculture are truly inspiring! Your work in advancing solar energy technologies and addressing crucial issues like postharvest losses demonstrates your commitment to positive change. 🌞

🌍 Dr. Neda Sharifi is a distinguished researcher in sustainable agriculture, currently affiliated with Esfahan University in Iran. She has been recognized with the prestigious Best Researcher Award from ResearchW for her remarkable contributions to renewable energy and agriculture. Driven by a strong commitment to positive change, her innovative work focuses on advancing solar energy technologies and addressing critical issues such as postharvest losses. 🎉

Professional Profiles: 📖
Education:

📚 University of Isfahan,Department phd Of Cell and Molecular Biology and Microbiology (Sep2017-present) Islamic Azad University Zanjan Branch, 🎓 Master of Cell and Molecular Biology and Microbiology (Sep 2007 – Jun 2009) Islamic Azad University Zanjan Branch, 👩‍🎓 Bachelors degree Master of Cell and Molecular Biology and Microbiology (Sep2003-Jun 2007) 🧬🔬🎓

Experience: 🔬

Researcher at Keyvan Virology Laboratory (Oct 2023 – Present ) Assistant Researcher at children’s Medical Hospital center(2012-2013) 👩‍🔬

Skills: 🌱

Bacterial & Eukaryote cell culture: – Gram negative and Positive Bacteria in different liquid and solid culture media. – Cell and Virus culture: Carcinoma cell lines, CEK (chicken embryo kidney), CK (primary chicken kidney), CELL line such as: BHK (Baby hamster) and VERO Cells. Different Virus Culture. – Cell and virus-related tests: Handle adherent, suspend and mixed cell lines, Cell viability assays like MTT, Plaque assay test, HI (Hemagglutination inhibition test) & HA (hemagglutinin test), LAL test (Endotoxin test), Microscopic cell and Blood Cell count. – Egg base virus culture (Influenza and Newcastle)

❖ Molecular techniques – Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR), Gel Electrophoresis, PCR Primer Design, PCR-Sequencing and primer walking, cDNA Synthesis – Gene cloning and expression methods:, Gen cloning(digestion, ligation and transformation), Manual plasmid extraction, – DNA extraction, Bacteria RNA extraction, human, Gel Extraction

❖ Proteomic and Immunological Methods SDS-Page, ELISA test (Indirect and capture), Bradford test, Antibody extraction from serum (Ammonium sulfate)and eggs (PEG-Ethanol), Agar gel immunodiffusion test (AGID), Ouchterlony test (passive double immunodiffusion), Slide agglutination test for salmonella, Virus concentration and purification, LAL test (Endotoxin test), Aluminium hydroxide gel (adjuvant) preparation, Media and serum filtration

❖ Microbial test: Microbial differentiation tests, Antibiogram test, Urine culture, Stool occult Blood, Working with spectrophotometer, Sterility In Vivo Techniques Blood sampling from (Rabbit, Humans, Chicken, Mouse), Virus concentration and purification, Virus and bacterial inactivation and titration, Sterilization method and autoclaving, Virus and bacterial storage.

Research focus: 🏆

The person behind these research topics appears to have a keen interest in public health, particularly in understanding and influencing health-related behaviors. Their focus spans a diverse range, from infectious diseases like monkeypox and COVID-19 to traffic accident injuries and preventive measures for conditions like fatty liver and breast cancer. It seems they are dedicated to exploring the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of specific populations, such as healthcare workers, pregnant women, university students, menopausal women, and individuals in hospital settings. Overall, their research efforts aim to contribute valuable insights for enhancing health outcomes and promoting informed decision-making.

Publications Top Notes: 🌞
Neda Sharifi | Sustainable Agriculture

You May Also Like