Name: Mohammad Hasanzadeh

Country: Iran, Islamic Republic of

Affiliation:

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Analysis Drug Applied Research Center Tabriz University of Medical Sciences-Iran.

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Drug Applied Research Center Tabriz University of Medical Sciences-Iran.

Research Interests:

  • Biosensor and Bioelectronics
  • Environmental Science 
  • Cancer diagnosis.

Biography:

  • Mohammad Hasanzadeh is an assistant professor of pharmaceutical analysis at Tabriz University of Medical Sciences (TUOMS) at Drug Applied Research Center. He studied Electrochemistry at K. N. Toosi University of Technology (Tehran, Iran) and gained his M.S.c in 2008. In 2010, he founded Drug Applied Research Center and worked at that center as the PhD candidate for 4 years. 
  • Dr. Hasanzadeh has also received International Razi Award for excellence in research in basic sciences in 2010. He has published more than 180 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Recently, he has focused on (bio) pharmaceutical analysis. Also, he has some of important approach on the science and engineering of nanomaterials and nano-devices used in health such as: a) IFIA (The International Federal of Inventors Associations) CUP for the best invention of the 3rd International Olympiad of inventors, Originators and innovators, 2012; b) Gold Medal Cup in 2th, 3rd, and 4th International Invention Festival in 2012, 2013, and 2014, respectively; c) Distinguished in Nanotechnology, Business Plan Group, 2011 (7th National Sheikh Bahaie Technology Festival. Awards Distinguished Young Researcher in Basic Sciences, 2011 (16th Razi Festival of Medical Science of Iran). 
  • Grant 8000$ Distinguished in Nanotechnology, Business Plan Group, 2011 (7th National Sheikh Bahaie Technology Festival).Gold Table. Grant: 12000$ Distinguished in biomedicine and Bronze Medal in 2nd Olympiad of Inventors, 2011 (Isfahan, Iran). 
  • Grant: 1000$ Distinguished in Nanotechnology, 2nd local innovations festival and 1st northwest commercial inventions showroom, 2012 (Zanjan, Iran). Grant: 4000$ IFIA (The International Federal of Inventors Associations) CUP for the best invention of the 3rd International Olympiad of inventors, Originators and innovators, 2012 (Mashahd, Iran), Grant: 1500$ The best PhD student in East Azerbaijan, 2013, Tabriz, Iran. The best (No. 1) PhD student in Tabriz University of medical science, 2013, Tabriz, Iran. 
  • Grant: 500$ The best papers for presentation in 1st Nanodiagnostic of Diseases congress, 2013, Mazandaran, Iran. Distinguished in Nanotechnology, 3nd local innovations festival and 2nd northwest commercial inventions showroom, 2013 (Ardabil, Iran). Grant: 4000$ The best (No. 1) PhD student in Tabriz University of medical science, 2014, Tabriz, Iran. Grant: 1000$.

Publications:

1. Highly sensitive quantification of hydrogen-transmitting coenzyme in physiological pH using
silver nanoparticles dispersed on nitrogen doped graphene quantum dots. Microchemical
Journal. 144, 2019, 383-390.
2. Ultrasensitive immunoassay of tumor protein CA 15.3 in MCF-7 breast cancer cell lysates and
unprocessed human plasma using gold nanoparticles doped on the structure of mesoporous silica.
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume 120, Part B, December 2018,
Pages 2493-2508.
3. The use of chitosan as a bioactive polysaccharide in non-invasive detection of malondialdehyde
biomarker in human exhaled breath condensate: A new platform towards diagnosis of some lung
disease. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume 120, Part B, December
2018, Pages 2482-2492.
4. Application of chitosan as biocompatible polysaccharide in quantification of some
benzodiazepines affecting sleep disorders: A new platform for preparation of bioactive scaffolds.
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume 120, Part B, December 2018,
Pages 2466-2481.
5. unprocessed human plasma samples using gold nanostructure coated on organic substrate.
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 118, 2018, 1082-1089.