Saturday 19 June 2021

Theses Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Ilam University of Medical Sciences

Theses that have been done under the guidance of Dr. Salar Bakhtiari in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Roghayeh Khoz: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effect of metformin and glibenclamide on miR-126 expression in type 2 diabetic patients)

2- Shukofe khenjeri: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effect of metformin and aerobic exercise separately and in combination with miR-29a in skeletal muscle of diabetic and healthy rats

3-Marzieh Havasi: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effects of hydro alcoholic extract of watermelon and pioglitazone on insulin, TNF-α, resistin, total antioxidant capacity in male type 2 diabetic rats)

Theses that are being supervised in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry under the guidance of Dr. Salar Bakhtiari:

1-Fatemeh Vahabipour: Thesis topic (Investigation of the relationship between A118G polymorphism of OPRM1 gene and opium addiction in a population of Ilam province)

2-Maryam Karimi: Thesis topic (Relationship between FTO gene polymorphism and type 2 diabetes in a population of Ilam province)

1-Leila Savari: Thesis topic (Investigation of the relationship between glycolysis regulator gene polymorphism (GKRP) and type 2 diabetes)

Theses supervised by Dr. Karimeh Haqqani in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry

1-Roghayeh Khoz: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effect of metformin and glibenclamide on miR-126 expression in type 2 diabetic patients)

2-shukofe khenjeri: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effect of metformin and aerobic exercise separately and in combination with miR-29a in skeletal muscle of diabetic and healthy rats

3- Maryam Khedri: Thesis topic (study of miR-192 and miR-377 expression in patients with diabetic nephropathy as a biomarker predicting nephropathy

4-Mahin Oshnokhah: The subject of the dissertation (study of antioxidant status and nerve growth factor in people attempting suicide in Ilam)

5- Marzieh Hawasi: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effects of hydro alcoholic extract of watermelon and pioglitazone on insulin, TNF-α, resistin, total antioxidant capacity in male type 2 diabetic rats)

 

Theses under the guidance of Dr. Karimeh Haqqani in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Fatemeh Vahabipour: Thesis topic (Investigation of the relationship between A118G polymorphism of OPRM1 gene and opium addiction in a population of Ilam province)

2- Nastaran Teymouri: Thesis topic (Investigation of the relationship between two common polymorphisms in mu receptor genes (C17T) and catechol-O-methyltransferase (G472A) with opium susceptibility in a population of Ilam province)

3-Maryam Karimi: Thesis topic (Relationship between FTO gene polymorphism and type 2 diabetes in a population of Ilam province)

4-Leila Savari: Thesis topic (Investigation of the relationship between glycolysis regulator gene polymorphism (GKRP) and type 2 diabetes)

 

Theses that have been done under the guidance of Dr. Ali Seidkhani Nahal in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Saba Farhadian: Thesis topic (Investigation of serum opalin protein concentration in people with traumatic brain injury and its relationship with the severity of injury)

Theses that are being done with the guidance of Dr. Ali Seidkhani in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Davood Parvizi Faraz: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effect of curcumin on the activity and expression of hepatic phosphatidic acid phosphatidylase gene in an animal model of fatty liver)

2- Donya Cheshmeh Sefidi: Thesis topic (Effect of curcumin on GGT activity and expression in the heart of rats with non-alcoholic fatty liver)

3-Mehdi Shahbazi: Thesis topic (Evaluation of plasma levels of inosine as a biomarker in patients with major depression)

4-Atieh Sheikh Abbasi: Thesis topic (Study of PNPLA3 gene polymorphisms in alcoholic fatty liver)

5-Dersa Moharrzadeh: Thesis topic (Investigation of PNPLA3 gene polymorphisms in alcoholic fatty liver)

 

Theses that have been done under the guidance of Dr. Ali Nourizadeh in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Saba Farhadian: Thesis topic (Investigation of serum opalin protein concentration in people with traumatic brain injury and its relationship with the severity of injury)

Theses that are being done with the guidance of Dr. Ali Nourizadeh in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

 

1-Davood Parvizi Faraz: Thesis topic (Investigation of the effect of curcumin on the activity and expression of hepatic phosphatidic acid phosphatidylase gene in an animal model of fatty liver)

2- Mehdi Shahbazi: Thesis topic (Evaluation of plasma levels of inosine as a biomarker in patients with major depression)

3- Seyed Reza Idrisi: Thesis topic (Evaluation of plasma levels of hypoxanthine in people with major depression)

Theses that have been done under the guidance of Dr. Gholam Basati in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Behzad Izadi: Thesis topic (Evaluation of changes in GAS2 gene expression in colorectal adenocarcinoma tumor tissue compared to adjacent normal tissue and its relationship with disease progression and prognosis)

2- Hossein Nikpour: Thesis topic (Evaluation of serum inosine, hypoxanitin and carnitine levels in patients with stable, unstable coronary artery and myocardial infarction)

Theses under the guidance of Dr. Gholam Basati in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Donya Cheshmeh Sefidi: Thesis topic (Effect of curcumin on GGT activity and expression in the heart of rats with non-alcoholic fatty liver)

Theses that have been done with the guidance of Dr. Houri Ghani Alvar in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1-Saeed Kakaei: Thesis topic (Evaluation of serum levels of miR-26a in pregnant women with gestational diabetes)

2- Maryam Khedri: Thesis topic (study of miR-192 and miR-377 expression in patients with diabetic nephropathy as a biomarker predicting nephropathy)

Theses that are being done in the clinical biochemistry department with the guidance of Dr. Houri Ghani Alvar:

1-Nastaran Teymouri: Thesis topic (Investigation of the relationship between two common polymorphisms in mu receptor genes (C17T) and catechol-O-methyltransferase (G472A) with opium susceptibility in a population of Ilam province)

Theses that have been done under the guidance of Dr. Sayad Bastaminejad in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry:

1- Maryam Khedri: Thesis topic (study of miR-192 and miR-377 expression in patients with diabetic nephropathy as a biomarker predicting nephropathy)