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S. Esmail Tabibi

S. Esmail Tabibi, American pharmaceutical researcher, educator. Vice chairman PTO, Chelmsford, Massachusetts, 1991; founding member Ahlul Bayt Assembly North America, since 1997. Member American Pharmaceutical Association, American Association Pharmaceutical Scientists (chairman publication/newsletter committee, biotechnology section 1995-1998), Controlled Release Society, Rho Chi.

Background

  • Tabibi, S. Esmail was born on May 26, 1945 in Khoy, Iran. Came to the United States, 1978. Son of Ebrahim and Sharifeh Tabibi.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Pharmacy, University Tabriz, Iran, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1982.

    Career

    • Laboratory scientist I biochemistry department University Maryland, 1979-1982. Visiting fellow National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, 1982-1983. Research associate Roxane Laboratories, Inc., Columbus, Ohio, 1983-1986.

      Director pharmaceutical Research and Development, H.G. Pars Pharmaceutical Laboratory, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986. Director pharmaceutical Research and Development MediControl Corporation, Newton, 1986-1989, vice president Research and Development, 1989-1990. Vice president Research and Development, member science advisory board Micro Vesicular Systems, Inc., Nashua, New Hampshire, 1990-1992.

      Associate professor pharmaceuticals department University Rhode Island, Kingston, 1992-1993. Project officer PRB, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, 1993—2001. Founder, vice president Research and Development Avicenna Pharmaceuticals, Rockville, Maryland, 2001—2004.

      Associate professor department obstetrics-gynecology Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2001—2004. Project officer National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, since 2004. Adjunct associate professor Massachusetts College Pharmacy, Boston, 1989-1993.

      Member science advisory board Cell Research Corporation, Newton, 1989-1993. Member equal employment opportunity advisory group National Cancer Institute, 1996-1999. Founder, first principal The Islamic School of Potomac, Maryland, 1996-1999.

      Founder, director, secretary, board directors Ibn Sina Health Foundation North America, Maryland, since 1997.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include patents on oral cavity and dental microemulsion products, hexamethylmelamine containing parenteral emulsions, wax emulsion as liquid control releas drug delivery, lipid-vesicles having an alkyd wall forming material. Heat-dehydrated emulsion composition. Water-insoluble drug delivery system.

      Patents pending on liposomal gel products. Heat-dehydrated liposomal compositions.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to science journals, chapter to book.

    Membership

    Vice chairman PTO, Chelmsford, Massachusetts, 1991. Founding member Ahlul Bayt Assembly North America, since 1997. Member American Pharmaceutical Association, American Association Pharmaceutical Scientists (chairman publication/newsletter committee, biotechnology section 1995-1998), Controlled Release Society, Rho Chi.

    Connections

    • Son of; married Shahnaz Rahaie, March 28, 1975. Children: Shahrzad, Shirazeh, Shabnam.
    • father: Son Tabibi
    • spouse: Shahnaz Rahaie
    • children: Shahrzad Tabibi
    • Shirazeh Tabibi
    • Shabnam Tabibi
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    Born May 26, 1945
    (age 72)
    Nationality
    • 1969
      University Tabriz
    • 1982
      University Maryland
    • 1979 - 1982
      Laboratory scientist, I biochemistry department University Maryland
    • 1982 - 1983
      visiting fellow, National Cancer Institute
      Bethesda, Maryland, United States
    • 1983 - 1986
      research associate, Roxane Laboratories
      Columbus, Ohio, United States
    • 1986
      director, pharmaceutical Research and Development
      Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1986 - 1989
      director, pharmaceutical Research and Development MediControl Corporation
      Newton, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1990 - 1992
      vice president, science advisory board Micro Vesicular Systems
      Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
    • 1990 - 1992
      member, science advisory board Micro Vesicular Systems
      Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
    • 1992 - 1993
      associate, professor pharmaceuticals department University Rhode Island
      Kingston, Jamaica
    • 1993 - 2001
      project officer, PRB
    • 2001 - 2004
      associate, professor department obstetrics-gynecology Eastern Virginia Medical School
    • 2004
      project officer, National Cancer Institute
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