Mohammad Torabi-Nami is a medical doctor holding PhD in Neuroscience. He is currently Head of the Department of Neuroscience and Vice-Chancellor for Research Affairs at the School of Advanced Medical Science and Technologies, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran. Beside the clinical practice of sleep medicine, and neurosomnology in particular, his areas of research have been:
• Neuro-cognitive burden of sleep deprivation,
• Sleep , biorhythms and neuro-cognitive functions,
• Exploring the linkage between common abnormal findings in sleep testing (PSG) with cognitive capacities including vigilant attention, learning, memory, reasoning, planning, decision making and executive functions.
Further to completion of over 10 formal courses on neuroscience and sleep medicine in European, Asian and American programs over the past years, he has passed through a clinical fellowship on sleep medicine at the Sleep Disorders Unit of the American Hospital, Koc Foundation, in Istanbul Turkey, 2013.
Several communications on neuroscience and sleep medicine have been moderated by him in well-known national and international events.
He is the chief editor of the Neuroscience Research Letters Journal bioinfo and serves as the editorial board member of some other international peer-reviewed neuroscience journals such as JAMSAT, Basic and Clinical Neuroscience and WMC-BRAIN.
He is the president of IBRO-APRC alumni chapter since the 2nd Tehran IBRO school of Neuroscience, May 2012.
He has published over 40 papers and three books in the field of sleep and neuroscience.
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