Medical Sciences

Dr Fatemeh Ghanbari (Pharm D, PhD)

Feb 2016

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Personal information:     

First Name: Fatemeh     

Last Name: Ghanbari

Nationality: Iranian

Date of Birth: 14.10.1966                                  

Language: Persian, English

               Tell: 086-34130399

                  Email: F.ghanbari@gmail.com

              Academic Position: Assistant Professor, School of Medical sciences, Islamic Azad University of Arak

                               

Education:

Degrees obtained:

             2009;  Ph.D  Clinical Pharmacology; University of Sheffield, England.

             1992;  Pharm.D. Tehran University of Medical Science, Iran

      POSITIONS HELD:

                Jan 2012-current:  Academic member and researcher at School of Medical Science,

                Islamic Azad University of Arak

                  Mar 2014- current:  Deputy of medical sciences in the Islamic Azad University of Arak. 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

 

                  Ph.D. Thesis on "Optimization of Experimental design for Cytochrome P450  mechanism based inhibition studies”

                   Pharm.D. Thesis on "Assessment of Titter of drug measurement of Quinidine in Iranian people suffers arrhythmia”.

Publications:

 

Title

Journal

Volume

Number

Year

Co-authors

A critical evaluation of the experimental design of studies of mechanism based inhibition with implication for invitro invivo extrapolation

Current Drug Metabolism

07

 

2006

F. Ghanbari, K Rowland-Yeo, GT Tucker, MS Lennard, A Rostami-Hodjegan

Enzyme inhibition (MBI), with implications for in vitro-in vivo extrapolation

Drug Metabolism Reviews

03

 

2005

Ghanbari F, Rowland-Yeo K, Bloomer J.C, Clarke S.E, Lennard M.S, Tucker G.T and Rostami-Hodjegan A

Conferences:

 

NO

Date

Conference Name

Location

Title

1

2003

Pharmacokinetics (PKUK)

Liverpool (England)

Experimental design of CYP450 mechanism based inhibition studies: A critical evaluation of the published literature

2

2004

Drug Metabolism and Disposition Group (DMDG)

Cambridge

(England)

Experimental design of CYP450 mechanism-based inhibition studies: A critical evaluation of the published literature

3

2004

12th Iranian Researchers Conference in Europe (12th IRCE)

 

Manchester

(England)

Experimental design of CYP450 mechanism-based inhibition studies: A critical evaluation of the published literature

4

2005

Pharmaceutical Sciences Fair & Exhibition

Nice, (France)

Enzyme inhibition (MBI), with implications for in vitro-in vivo extrapolation