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Mohammad Mehdi Gouya

Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Gouya, MD, is a specialist in tropical medicine and infectious diseases. He is the director of the center of communicable infectious disease control that had an important role spiritually and worldly in restoring the Akanlu Research Center.

He believes that the Akanlu center, as a logistical hub, is an important part of the country's health system.

Mostafa Ghanei

Professor Mostafa Ghanei, MD, was born in 1962. He obtained his specialty certification in internal medicine in 1993. He has been practicing as a pulmonologist since 1997.He has been director of Pasteur Institute of Iran since 2011.

Dr. Ghanei thinks that the Research Center for Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases of Pasteur Institute of Iran is important on both the national and international levels and supports the development of scientific research and diagnostic activities. He believes that an important part of research at Pasteur Institute of Iran should be field-based research and the Research Center of Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases plays an important role in this regard.

Mahmood Soroush Najafabadi

Dr. Mahmood Soroush Najafabadi is a physician, pediatrician and director of the Managing Infectious Disease Care Center office. He played an important role in the revival of a new round of Akanlu Research Center activities.


Dr. Ali Akbar Sayyari (Ministry of Health), Dr. Ehsan Mostafavi and Dr. Behzad Esfandiari (Pasteur Institute of Iran), Dr. Ali Rastegar and Mr. Mohammad Mehdi Bahrami (Hamadan University of Medical Sciences) also played important roles in following-up to restore the center.

Kabudrahang city governors (Mr. Gholami and Ghanbari), the sheriff of Shirin Soo(Mr. Saadatmand), the director of council of Akanlu village (Mr. Zarei), a member of the village council and the residents of Akanlu did not hesitate in helping to restore the center.


I did not choose the plague, but it desired me!

Marcel Baltazard (1907-1971), founder of research centre