Tehran University of Medical Sciences
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Mohammad Keramatipour

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http://medicine.tums.ac.ir/fa/professor_cv.aspx?lt=8&uid=5848
Tel: +98-21-8895 3005 & 6405 3213
Fax: +98-21-8895 3005
Address: Department of Medical Genetics, School of Medicine,
Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Poursina Ave., Keshavarz Blvd., <
Academic Rank
Assistant Professor
School
Medicine
Genetics
About
CV last edited on: 2012/30/04

1.

MD


Doctor of Medicine , Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Birjand, Iran, 1997
Thesis Title:The effect of garlic on serum lipids in hyperlipidemic patients
2.

Ph.D


Doctor of Philosophy, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK , 2004
Thesis Title:on genetics of cardiovascular disorders, Title:

(included a year of taught course with a research project)

Thesis included in the taught course: "Isolation and characterisation of DNA satellite sequences associated with human chromosomes centromeric regions

1.

French


Speaking: Poor, Reading: Poor, Writing: Poor
2.

Arabic


Speaking: Medium, Reading: Medium, Writing: Medium
3.

English


Speaking: Good, Reading: Good, Writing: Good
4.

Farsi


Speaking: Native, Reading: Native, Writing: Native
1.

First in Mathematics Olympiad in Khorassan Province, Iran


April 1989,
2.

First in the Pre-internship Examination, Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Birjand, Iran


October 1995,
3.

Full scholarship to complete a PhD degree in Medical Genetics at the University of Cambridge awarded by Iran Ministry of Health and Medical Education


1999-2004 ,
4.

Winner of a "Full Travel Award", 19th International Congress of Genetics, Melbourne, Australia


July 2003,
5.

Winner of the "Best Poster Price", HUPO 2nd & IUBMB XIX Joint World Congress, Montreal, Canada


October 2003,
6.

Winner of the "Young Investigator Award", HUPO 2nd & IUBMB XIX Joint World Congress, Montreal, Canada


October 2003,

Scientific Position

1.

General Practitioner


Hasheminejad Hospital & Sarvar Clinic, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran, 1997-1998
2.

Assistant Professor


Department of Medical Genetics, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran , 2005-present
3.

Assistant Professor


Department of Immunology, Section of Medical Genetics, Ghaem Hospital, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran, 2004-2005
1.

16th Course in Medical Genetics


Italy, by European School of Genetic Medicine, University of Bologna, March 2003 Learner
2.

Genetic taught course


(One year) included lectures, a research project, and formal exa, 1999-2000 Learner
3.

Microarray workshop


Cambridge, UK, Human Genome (Sanger) Centre, Dec 2000 Learner
4.

Bioinformatics workshop


Cambridge, UK, Gonville and Caius College, Feb 2001 Learner
5.

Design and analysis of genetic-based association studies


Cambridge, United Kingdom, Wellcome Trust Advanced Courses, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, H, Sep 2007 Learner
6.

Human genome analysis: genetic analysis of multifactorial diseases


Cambridge, United Kingdom, Wellcome Trust Advanced Courses, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, H, July 2008 Learner

Papers

English

1.

Cytokines genes polymorphisms and risk of multiple sclerosis


Authors: Izad M, Vodjgani M, Niknam MH, Amirzargar AA, Shahbeigi MD, Heidari AB, and Keramatipour M
Am J Med Sci , Vol.339, No.4, Year. 2010, Page:327-31,
2.

Investigating association of three polymorphisms of coagulation factor XIII and recurrent pregnancy loss


Authors: Jeddi-Tehrani M, Torabi R, Mohammadzadeh A, Arefi S, Keramatipour M, Zeraati H, Zarnani AH, Akhoondi MM, Mahmoudian J, Mahmoudi AR, and Zarei S
Am J Reprod Immunol, Vol.64, No.3, Year. 2010, Page:212-7,
3.

Replication of TCF7L2 rs7903146 association with type 2 diabetes in an Iranian population


Authors: Amoli MM, Amiri P, Tavakkoly-Bazzaz J, Charmchi E, Hafeziyeh J, Keramatipour M, Abiri M, Hasani Ranjbar S, Larijani B
Genet Mol Biol, Vol.33, No.3, Year. 2010, Page:449-51,
4.

CTLA-4 gene polymorphisms (-318C/T, +49A/G, +6230A/G) in Iranian patients with multiple sclerosis


[CTLA-4 gene polymorphisms (-318C/T, +49A/G, +6230A/G) in Iranian patients with multiple sclerosis.]
Authors: Heidari A, Noori Daloii MR, Keramatipour M, Rashidinezhad A, Sahmani AA, Amirzargar AA
Iran J Allergy Asthma Immuno, Vol.9, No.4, Year. 2010, Page:219-23,
5.

Producing a mammalian GFP expression vector containing neomycin resistance gene


Authors: Izadi M, Abiri M, and Keramatipour M
AJMB, Vol.1, No.1, Year. 2009, Page:33-36,
6.

Splenomegaly and modified erythropoiesis in KLF13-/- mice


Authors: Keramatipour M, Gordon AR, Outram SV, Goddard CA, Colledge WH, Metcalfe JC, Hager-Theodorides AL, Crompton T, & Kemp PR
J. Biol. Chem. (JBC), Vol.283, Year. 2008, Page:11897-11904,
7.

Lack of association between MGP gene promoter polymorphism (-318 C/T) and Multiple Sclerosis in Iranian population


Authors: Nouri-Daloii MR, Heidari A, Keramatipour M, Rashidi-Nezhad A, and Amirzargar AA
Journal of science, Islamic Republic of Iran, Vol.19, No.1, Year. 2007, Page:15-17,
8.

An introduction to RNA interference (RNAi)


Authors: Keramatipour M
Genetics in the 3ed Millennium, Vol.2, No.4, Year. 2005, Page:470-480,
9.

Hypertension and cardiac hypert ophy in BTEB3 null mice


Authors: Keramatipour M, Goddard CA, Colledge WH, and Kemp PR
HEART, Vol.90, Year. 2004,
10.

The ACE I allele is associated with increased risk for ruptured intracranial aneurysms


Authors: Keramatipour M, McConnell R, Tebbs S, Kirkpatrick P, Furlong RA and Rubinsztein DC
Journal of Medical Genetics, Vol.37, No.7, Year. 2003, Page:498-500,
11.

The role of transcription factor BTEB3 in the regulation of smooth muscle-specific gene expression in vivo


Authors: Keramatipour M, Ellis PD, Grace AA, Metcalfe JC, and Kemp PR
American Journal of Human Genetics, Vol.73, Year. 2003, Page:343-343,
12.

No association of an insertion/deletion polymorphism in the Angiotensin I Converting Enzyme gene with Bipolar or Unipolar Affective Disorders


Authors: Furlong RA, Keramatipour M, Ho LW, Rubinsztein JS, Michael A, Walsh C, Paykel ES, and Rubinsztein DC
American Journal of Medical Genetics, Vol.96, No.6, Year. 2000, Page:733-5,
13.

Enhance geowth factor gene expression and early onset cardiomyopathy in mice lacking the Kruppel-like factor KLF13


Authors: Keramatipour M, Goddard CA, Colledge WH, Gordon AR, Kaup SS, Warren M, Metcalfe C, and Kemp PR
to J Biol. Chem. (JBC),

Farsi

1.

The relationship between polymorphisms of blood coagulation factor V gene and recurrent pregnancy losses


Authors: Torabi R, Ostad Karampour M, Mohammadzadeh A, Arefi S, Keramatipour M, Zarei S, Zeraati H, and Jeddi-Tehrani M
Medical Journal of Reproduction & Infertility, Vol.9, No.4, Year. 2009, Page:305-316,
2.

T-138 and A-7G polymorphisms in the MGP gene and the association with coronary artery disease


Authors: Abiri M, Sadeghian S, Haki E, Borumand MA, Mehdipour P, Izadi M, and Keramatipour M
TUMJ, Vol.67, No.2, Year. 2009, Page:94-100,
3.

Evaluating the effects of NGF, RA and Shh growth factors on murine embryonic stem cell differentiation into neurons and oligocytes


Authors: Jahanbakht H, Parivar K, Akhondi MA, Jeddi-Tehrani M, Modarresi MH, Sadeghi MR, Keramatipour M, Zarnani AH, and Salehkhou S
Medical Journal of Reproduction and Infertility, Vol.7, No.4, Year. 2007, Page:349-357,
4.

Studying the effects of TGF-B2 and BMP-2 growth factors on differentiation of murine embryonic stem cells into cardiomyocytes


Authors: Safarpour E, Parivar K, Akhondi MA, Jeddi-Tehrani M, Shokri F, Zarnani AH, Keramatipour M, Salehkhou S, Eini L, and Sadeghi MR
Medical Journal of Reproduction and Infertility, Vol.7, No.4, Year. 2007, Page:338-348,
1.

Journal of Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Birjand, Iran


1997 - Editor,
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