I was born and raised in Iran before moving to United States in 2013. I received my bachelor from Iran in Microbiology and worked in a private diagnostic laboratory in Bacteriology and Microbiology departments performing clinical and diagnostic tests.
I started my Master degree in a dual major of Biotechnology and Business in Middle Tennessee State University in 2013.
During my master program, I was involved in a molecular research project about neurodegeneration diseases.
The Main objective of my research was testing the ability of two main molecular chaperones to rescue misfolded protein, using missense mutation.
I started working as a Research Assistant in Dr. Crowe’s lab in 2016, where I am involved in immune repertoire sequencing project.