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Assist Prof Dr. Mahnaz Eskandari, Microfluidic Systems, Best Researcher Award

Assistant Professor at Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran


Assistant Professor Dr. Mahnaz Eskandari is an esteemed educator and researcher in the field of Biomedical Engineering at Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. Holding a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, USA, Dr. Eskandari has made significant contributions to the advancement of tissue engineering and biomaterials. Her research interests span a wide range of topics, including retina tissue engineering, drug delivery systems, hyperthermia, and injectable hydrogels. With over 100 original research papers published in SCI journals and numerous patents to her name, Dr. Eskandari is recognized for her expertise and dedication to innovative biomedical solutions. She is also actively involved in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, mentoring students, and coordinating internship programs, demonstrating her commitment to fostering the next generation of biomedical engineers.

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👩‍🎓Education & Qualification:

Professional experience:  

Dr. Mahnaz Eskandari has extensive professional experience in academia, particularly in the field of biomedical engineering. Since January 2012, she has served as an Assistant Professor at Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, within the Biomedical Engineering Department. In this role, she has demonstrated her commitment to education by teaching a range of undergraduate and graduate courses, including Thermodynamics of the biological systems, Characterization of Biomaterials, Biostatistics, Bioreactors for tissue engineering, Mass transfer in biological systems, and ECM. Dr. Eskandari has also taken on administrative responsibilities, serving as the coordinator of the internship program for undergraduate students from 2011 to 2015, overseeing approximately 130 students annually. Her research focuses on experimental studies in various areas, including retina tissue engineering (such as ECM fabrication, drug-delivery, multicellular system, and Lab-On-Chip system), hyperthermia, and injectable hydrogel/cell properties.

Research Interest:

Dr. Mahnaz Eskandari’s research interests span across several areas within biomedical engineering. She is particularly interested in experimental studies aimed at advancing tissue engineering techniques, with a focus on retina tissue engineering. Her research encompasses various aspects of this field, including the fabrication of extracellular matrix (ECM), drug delivery mechanisms, multicellular systems, and the development of Lab-On-Chip systems for tissue modeling and analysis. Additionally, Dr. Eskandari explores topics related to hyperthermia and injectable hydrogel/cell properties, aiming to contribute to the understanding and advancement of therapeutic approaches in biomedical applications. Through her interdisciplinary research, Dr. Eskandari seeks to address critical challenges in biomedical engineering and pave the way for innovative solutions in regenerative medicine and healthcare technologies.

Publication Top Noted:

Surface Topography and Electrical Signaling: Single and Synergistic Effects on Neural Differentiation of Stem Cells

  • Authors: BS Eftekhari, M Eskandari, PA Janmey, A Samadikuchaksaraei, …
  • Journal: Advanced Functional Materials
  • Volume: 30
  • Issue: 25
  • Pages: 1907792
  • Year: 2020
  • Citations: 55

3D printing in biomedical engineering

  • Authors: S Singh, C Prakash, R Singh
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Citations: 34
  • Year: 2020

Fabrication and characterization of SrAl2O4: Eu2+ Dy3+/CS-PCL electrospun nanocomposite scaffold for retinal tissue regeneration

  • Authors: A Sepahvandi, M Eskandari, F Moztarzadeh
  • Journal: Materials Science and Engineering: C
  • Volume: 66
  • Pages: 306-314
  • Year: 2016
  • Citations: 33

Silk fibroin hydrogel/dexamethasone sodium phosphate loaded chitosan nanoparticles as a potential drug delivery system

  • Authors: M Akrami-Hasan-Kohal, M Eskandari, A Solouk
  • Journal: Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces
  • Volume: 205
  • Pages: 111892
  • Year: 2021
  • Citations: 32

Drug delivery systems to the posterior segment of the eye: implants and nanoparticles

  • Authors: A Sepahvandi, M Eskandari, F Moztarzadeh
  • Journal: BioNanoScience
  • Volume: 6
  • Pages: 276-283
  • Year: 2016
  • Citations: 20



Mahnaz Eskandari | Microfluidic Systems | Best Researcher Award

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