Assoc Prof Dr. zohreh bagher | biomedical | Best Researcher Award

Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS), Iran

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits

Zohreh Bagher embarked on her academic journey with a Bachelor of Radiology from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2008. This laid the foundation for her further studies in the medical field.She pursued a Master of Anatomy at Qazvin University of Medical Sciences in 2010, conducting research on bone repair using porous hydroxyapatite/β-tricalcium phosphate and xenograft scaffold in rabbits with tibia defects. Her early academic pursuits provided her with a solid understanding of anatomy and research methodologies.

Professional Endeavors

Zohreh Bagher continued her academic journey with a Ph.D. in Tissue Engineering from Iran University of Medical Sciences, School of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, completing it in 2015. Her doctoral thesis, supervised by Prof. M. T. Joghataei and Prof. H. Mirzadeh, focused on the differentiation of Wharton’s Jelly-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells to Motor Neuron-Like Cells on PCL/Collagen nanofibrous scaffolds. This research highlighted her interest and expertise in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

Contributions and Research Focus

Throughout her academic and professional career, Zohreh Bagher has been dedicated to advancing knowledge in ENT and Head and Neck research. Her research interests include tissue engineering, stem cell biology, and biomaterials, with a focus on applications in motor neuron regeneration and bone repair. She has contributed significantly to the field through her research, publications, and collaborations.

Accolades and Recognition

Zohreh Bagher's contributions to her field have been recognized through various accolades and awards. Her research has been acknowledged for its innovative approaches and potential impact on clinical practice. Her expertise in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine has earned her respect among peers and colleagues.

Impact and Influence

Zohreh Bagher's work has had a significant impact on the field of regenerative medicine, particularly in the context of ENT and Head and Neck research. Her research findings have the potential to transform treatment approaches for various conditions, offering hope for improved outcomes and quality of life for patients.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As an Associate Professor at the ENT and Head and Neck Research Center and Department of The Five Senses Health Institute, School of Medicine, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Zohreh Bagher continues to make substantial contributions to her field. Her legacy lies in her dedication to advancing knowledge and translating research into clinical practice. In the future, she aims to further explore the applications of tissue engineering and stem cell biology in addressing clinical challenges in ENT and Head and Neck medicine, leaving a lasting impact on patient care and scientific understanding.


A total of 2184 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations        2184
  • h-index          28
  • i10-index       43

Notable Publications 

Wound healing with alginate/chitosan hydrogel containing hesperidin in rat model

Z Bagher, A Ehterami, MH Safdel, H Khastar, H Semiari, A Asefnejad, ...
Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology
Mechanism of anosmia caused by symptoms of COVID-19 and emerging treatments

R Najafloo, J Majidi, A Asghari, M Aleemardani, SK Kamrava, S Simorgh, ...
ACS chemical neuroscience
An injectable anisotropic alginate hydrogel containing oriented fibers for nerve tissue engineering

P Ghaderinejad, N Najmoddin, Z Bagher, M Saeed, S Karimi, S Simorgh, ...
Chemical Engineering Journal
Graphene oxide: Opportunities and challenges in biomedicine

P Zare, M Aleemardani, A Seifalian, Z Bagher, AM Seifalian
Alginate-magnetic short nanofibers 3D composite hydrogel enhances the encapsulated human olfactory mucosa stem cells bioactivity for potential nerve regeneration application

S Karimi, Z Bagher, N Najmoddin, S Simorgh, M Pezeshki-Modaress
International journal of biological macromolecules
Development of chitosan/hyaluronic acid hydrogel scaffolds via enzymatic reaction for cartilage tissue engineering

SM Davachi, SMA Haramshahi, SA Akhavirad, N Bahrami, ...
Materials Today Communications
Alginate sulfate/ECM composite hydrogel containing electrospun nanofiber with encapsulated human adipose-derived stem cells for cartilage tissue engineering

R Najafi, H Chahsetareh, M Pezeshki-Modaress, M Aleemardani, ...
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Nanofiber/hydrogel composite scaffolds based on alginate sulfate and extracellular matrix for cartilage tissue engineering applications

S Azarsa, M Pezeshki-Modaress, F Yazdian, Z Bagher, H Chahsetareh, ...
Process Biochemistry
zohreh bagher | biomedical | Best Researcher Award

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