IAU Graduate Chosen as the Chairman of WAMS Council of Asia

Saturday, June 2, 2018 - 10:21

Iranian researcher and graduate student of Islamic Azad University has been elected as the chairman of World Academy of Medical Sciences (WAMS).

According to an ISCA report, Shahin Gavanji, graduated in Biotechnology at the Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Advanced Sciences and Technologies, University of Isfahan, was elected as the chairman of World Academy of Medical Sciences (WAMS), as the sole official world institution of medical sciences of its kind.

Gavanji explained that the Academy Faculty members, who are prominent scientists in various medical fields, have been chosen among 52 countries. The Executive Committee of the Faculty consists of 42 members who are all fellow members of the Academy.

As the top inventor of the Year in Iran, Gavanji said that The WAMS, the World Academy of Medical Sciences, globally promotes and administers scientific, academic and practical advancement in clinical and research medicine.

In its worldwide network, it multi-dimensionally supports practical and academic standards of World Medicine in health care, research and education and help them maintain their quality and efficiency at their highest levels.

Shahin Gavanji has over 10 World medals in invention. His research has focused on "Oncogenesis", "Metastasis", "Cancer Stem Cells", "Tumor Cell Biology", "Molecular Oncopathology", "Cell Signaling", "Signal Transduction", "Extracellular Matrix" and the "Origin and Evolution of Cancer".

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