Iranian Scientists Run for Candidacy of USERNIH

7/18/2017 2:29:40 AM


USERNIH general council shaped up to be a tough race for USERN strategic council of 8 + 2. Planned for weeks, the first general council of USERNIH ran along number seven of USERN advisory board meeting, this time, positioned up only with Iranians top one percent scientists.

Iranian USERN advisory board members were advanced, to bid for candidacy of USERN Network in Integrative Health. Planned for weeks, the first general council of USERNIH ran along number seven of USERN advisory board meeting, this time, positioned up with Iranians only. Validated by the presence of MOH representative Dr Najari, the meeting consisted of an introductory session, about USERN itself and USERNIH as its sister in Health related sciences. A five-minute election campaign was all the 15 candidates got to represent their thoughts, hopes and vacancies USERN and USERNIH were facing. Members of USERN developing team along with short video messages represented for absent candidates from Gorgan, Pennsylvania and California, Prof. Jafari, Prof. Alavi and Prof. Mobahser.

Current USERN president and incumbent to address the network in MOH, Nima Rezaei, Top Iranian Pharmacology scientists, Dr Mohammad Abdollahi, Dr Davood Domiri Ganji, founder of Amol University of special modern technologies, Dr Mohammad Taghi Ahmadian Iranian genius physicist, Dr. Asghar Aghamohammadi one of the first to join USERN advisory board, Dr Ali Akbar Mousavi Movahedi, director of Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Dr Bahram Mobasher Iranian Astronomist and Astrophysicist from University of California Riverside, and Dr Farnoosh Faridbod top Iranian female scientist in nano-bio sensors and material science, were the eight main members were appointed to the USERNIH core council. Dr Shokoufeh Nikfar and Dr Parviz Nourouzi were named as vicars to network’s strategic council.  

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