International Alumni

  9/5/2020

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Name

Field of study

Supervisor/advisor

Thesis title

Graduation Date

Fazlullah Khan

ToxicoPharmacology

Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi / Dr. Mahshid Hodjat

Role of epigenetic alterations in insulin signaling pathways genes involved in the development of Type 2 diabetes following rat islets cells exposure to sodium arsenite

December 2019

Mohammed Hussein Bule

Medicinal Chemistry

Prof. Mohsen Amini, Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi and Dr. Mohammad Ali Faramarzi

Synthesis and α-glucosidase inhibitory activity evaluation of 2,4,6-triaryl pyrimidine derivatives as antidiabetic agents

December 2019

Tadesse Bekele Tafesse

Medicinal Chemistry

Prof. Mohsen Amini, Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi and Dr. Mohammad Ali Faramarzi

Design, synthesis, characterization, and antidiabetic agents of novel pyrrole derivatives: in-vitro α-glucosidase inhibition, kinetic, and molecular docking studies

December 2019

Fatima Ismail Hassan

ToxicoPharmacology

Prof. Mojtaba Mojtahedzadeh and Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi

The effects of metformin following sepsis-related acute brain injury

November 2019

Sameem Bilges

Medical Chemistry

Prof. Abass Shafiee and Mohsen Amini

Synthesis, docking and pharmacological evaluation of novel pyrano (3,2-c) chromene, pathalamide-pyrano (3,2-c) chromene and pthalamide-pyrano-2-one derivatives

September 2017

Kamal Niaz

ToxicoPharmacology

Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi

To evaluate the potential effects of styrene on liver and pancreas with reference to glucose homeostasis

August 2017

Faheem Maqbool

ToxicoPharmacology

Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi

Evaluation of the potential of methyl mercury on liver and pancreas in relation to glucose regulation

September 2016

Haji Bahadar 

ToxicoPharmacology

Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi

Evaluation of the potential effects of benzene on liver and pancreas with reference to glucose regulation

October 2015

Legese Chelkeba

Clinical Pharmacy

Prof. Mojtaba Mojtahedzadeh and Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi / Dr. Arezoo Ahmadi and Dr. Atabak Najafi

The Effect of high dose of IV selenium on damage-associated molecular patterns following sepsis

October 2015

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