The paper, “Mechanistic Understanding of the Interactions between Nano-Objects with Different Surface Properties and α-Synuclein“, is reporting experiments with theoretical explanations from simulations. The simulations part is Najla’s (Atiyeh Hosseini) contribution to the work.
IUPAP C6 2019 YOUNG SCIENTIST PRIZE IN BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS The IUPAP C6 Young Scientist Prize recognizes exceptional achievements of scientists in the field of Biological Physics at a relatively junior stage of their career. The recipient must be no more
Moahmmad Hossein Jamshidi has defended his Master thesis entitled “Defect structure in nematic shell with Oblate ellipsoidal core”. The project was co-supervised by Dr. Mozaffari in the line of a long term collaborations between the groups. Congratulations to Mohammad
On Thursday September 13, Azadeh Alavi has defended her PhD. She has received an excellent score from the jury. Congratulations to her and the group.
“Bare surface of gold nanoparticle induces inflammation through unfolding of plasma fibrinogen” appears on Scientific Reports. Congratulations to Bahar Kharazi and her coauthors. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-30915-7
Dr. Maryam Azimzadeh Irani, has joint the group as a new post-doc. She has received her PhD from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She is interested on coarse grained atomistic MD simulations and for her PhD she used the technique to
Matteo Marsili, from ICTP is visiting our group and give a talk on “How simple are simple spin models?” at June 24th, 2018 (15:00).
Journal of “Advanced Functional Materials” highlighted a picture of our paper on its cover. The work is an international collaboration with group of Prof. Mahmoudi and other experimental scientists from Harvard, Boston and Cambridge. Our (Sharif) contribution is on modeling
Youmna Ismail from Beirut University at Lebanon is visiting our group for 3 months. Youmna is a master student and is working on phase field models of Cell Motility under supervision of DR. Sara Najem.
Engineering of Mature Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes Using Substrates with Multiscale Topography