Dr. A.C. Matin got his Ph.D from University of California in Microbiology (1969). He is serving as the Chair of MS senate task force on posdoctoral affairs (2009- present), Member of MS senate steering committee (2008-present) & Senator of Medical School senate (2006-present). He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology. He got 16 Honors and Awards which are Star Award in Environmental Protection Agency (1991-1997), Review Committee Member in Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (1992) and Foundation for Microbiology Lecturer in American Society for Microbiology (1991-1993). He has authored about 37 Publications that include review articles. His Community & International Work involved in Bacterial antibiotic resistance in space flight, Stanford University; NASA Ames and Nuclear waste remediation.
A C Matin(Research Area)
A. C. Matin is a Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University in Stanford, California. He has made pioneering contributions to microbiology in a number of areas; these include his notable research into the ways in which bacteria like Escherichia coli adapt and survive periods of nutrient starvation. His studies have been important in combating infections and the remediation of wastes.
Dr. Nassiri is a former Associate Dean of Global Health and Director of Institute of International Health at Michigan State University. He is currently Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Family Medicine/Community Health. He is an expert on Global Health issues, Tropical Diseases and Infectious Diseases including HIV/AIDS and TB. His current research is focused on antibiotic resistance, public health aspects of tropical disease and infectious diseases, and gaps in HIV/AIDS care delivery systems.
Reza Nassiri(Research Area)
antibiotic resistance, public health aspects of tropical disease and infectious diseases, and gaps in HIV/AIDS care delivery systems.