Academic Rank:
Honorary Lecturer, UBC
VGH-Microbiology and Infection Control
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Short Bio:

I finished Medical School and obtained my MD degree from the National University of Iran,
in Tehran, and went on to pursue a residency in Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at the University of Tehran in 1979. While working on my thesis, I continued my education and received a Masters certificate from the Institute of Public Health at Tehran University in 1983. I started my career at the University of Shahid Beheshti as a clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Infectious Diseases. After a career of 17 years, I decided to quit my job as an Associate clinical Professor and immigrated to Canada in 1999.

In January 2012, I was appointed as Honorary Lecturer in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of British Columbia.

Academic background

  • School of Public Health, University of Tehran, Iran. Postgraduate Master Program in Public Health. 1980
  • National University of Iran, Faculty of Medicine. MD. 1975
  • National University of Iran, Tehran, Iran. Pre-Medical. 1969

Awards and Recognition

  • Award for Outstanding and Contribution to Medical Service, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Iran. Sept 2008

Publications

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An infrequent histopathological subtype of ameloblastoma: Adenoid granular cell ameloblastoma with dentinoid.

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An infrequent histopathological subtype of ameloblastoma: Adenoid granular cell ameloblastoma with dentinoid.

Dent Res J (Isfahan). 2016 Jul-Aug;13(4):376-8

Authors: Salehinejad J, Gholami M, Eshghpour M, Mehri T

Abstract
Adenoid ameloblastoma with dentinoid is a rare odontogenic tumor. Granular cell ameloblastoma also is a less common histological subtype of ameloblastoma. In this report, the patient was a 31-year-old male. The lesion was located in the right mandible and was unicystic with well-defined borders. The tumor tissue was showing a combination of follicular, plexiform, and desmoplastic patterns of ameloblastoma with wide areas of granular cells, fibrous stroma, glandular pattern, and dentinoid calcified. Very few cases of distinct forms of ameloblastoma that show the formation of dentinoid has been reported. However, there are no cases of adenoid granular cell ameloblastoma with dentinoid reported.

PMID: 27605998 [PubMed]