Mohammad Ali Ghalambor
Mohammad Ali Ghalambor, Iranian, American biochemistry educator. Certified educational planner and administrator. Recipient 1st place medal of science Iranian Government, 1954, medals of achievement, 1969, 75. Member Iranian Society Biochemists, Iranian Academy Famous Professionals.
Ghalambor, Mohammad Ali was born on April 14, 1932 in Ahwaz, Iran. Son of Abdul-Hossein and Hajar-Sultan (Ghaderpanah) Ghalambor.
Bachelor/Bachelor of Science, University Tehran, 1954. Master of Science/Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, University Michigan, 1962. Postgraduate, University Michigan, 1963.
Postgraduate, Johns Hopkins University, 1967.
Associate professor Pahlavi University, Shiraz, 1963-1967, professor, chairman, 1967-1978. Research scientist Harvard University, Boston, 1972-1974. Senior research scientist University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1978-1985.
Research scientist University Colorado, Denver, 1986-1988. Professor biochemistry Shiraz University of Medical Science, 1989-1999. Member Iranian National Research Council, Tehran, 1974-1978.
Chairman committee on appointments and promotions Pahlavi University, Iran, 1964-1978, committee on retirements benefits Pahlavi University, Shiraz, 1974-1976, presidential committee on scientific/industrial research, since 1994. Visiting professor Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, La Jolla, California, 1969.
Certified educational planner and administrator.
Author: (book) Experimental Biochemistry, 1975-1976. Editor-in-chief Pahlavi Medical Journal, 1970-1973. Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member Iranian Society Biochemists, Iranian Academy Famous Professionals.
Married Zahra Rosa Ghalambor, September 9, 1959. Children: Cyrus, Masoud, Haleh.
Hajar-Sultan (Ghaderpanah) Ghalambor
Zahra Rosa Ghalambor