Press Enter


    Press Enter


    • Abbas Salavaty Bioinformatics Expert 0 reviews
    • Gene Expression Analysis
    • Linux OS
    • NGS techniques
    • Python
    • R





    Master of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology-Biochemistry       2016Present
    University of Kashan                                                                                                 Kashan, Iran
    Master thesis: Bioinformatic analysis of lncRNAs involved in lung cancer
    GPA: 3.82 /4

    Bachelor of Science in Genetics                                                                        20112015
    Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz                                                                        Ahvaz, Iran
    GPA: 3.72 /4


    ·         Ranked 1st among all M.Sc. students in Biochemistry, University of Kashan           2018

    ·         Ranked among the top 4% of participants in the                                                      2011
    National University Entrance Exam, Iran



    ·         Salavaty A, Mohammadi N, Shahmoradi M, Naderi Soorki M. Bioinformatic analysis of circadian expression of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes. Bioinformatics and Biology Insights. December 2017. DOI: 10.1177/1177932217746991

    ·         Hajjari M, Sadeghi I, Salavaty A, Nasiri H, Birgani MT. Tissue Specific Expression Levels of Apoptosis Involved Genes Have Correlations with Codon and Amino Acid Usage. Genomics & Informatics. 14(4):234-240. December 2016. PMID: 28154517

    ·         Sedghi M, Esfandiari E, Fazel-Najafabadi E, Salehi M, Salavaty A, Fattahpour S, Dehghani L, Nouri N, Mokarian F. Genomic rearrangement screening of the BRCA1 from seventy Iranian high-risk breast cancer families. Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 21:95. November 2016. PMID: 28163741

    ·         Hajjari M, Salavaty A, Crea F, Shin YK. The potential role of PHF6 as an oncogene: a genotranscriptomic/proteomic meta-analysis. Tumor Biology. 37:5317-5325. April 2016. PMID: 26561469

    ·         Salavaty A.Carcinogenic effects of circadian disruption: an epigenetic viewpoint. Chinese Journal of Cancer. 34-38. June 2015. PMID: 26253128

    ·         Hajjari M, Salavaty A. HOTAIR: an oncogenic long non-coding RNA in different cancers. Cancer Biology & Medicine. 12:1-9. March 2015. PMID: 25859406

    Manuscripts submitted for publication

    ·         Cutaneous melanoma; malignant transformation and current pharmaceuticals. Submitted to Cancer Investigation.

    ·         In-vitro/silico evidence on RAB6C-AS1 long non-coding RNA potential as a biomarker for gastric cancer. Submitted to Molecular Carcinogenesis.

    Presentations and abstracts

    ·         Global Meet on Nanomedicine & Healthcare                                                            November 2017
    New Orleans, USA
    Salavaty A, Shahmoradi M. Application of nanobioinformatics in drug design and delivery systems. Abstract and download webpage.

    ·         5th International Conference on Proteomics & Bioinformatics                                 September 2015
    OMICS Group, Valencia, Spain
    Abstract: Salavaty A, Hajjari M. Meta-analysis of RAG2 using a genotranscriptomic/proteomic approach: suggestive of its oncogenic role. Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics. 8:88. October 2015. DOI: 10.4172/0974-276X.S1.077


    ·         Co-translator of “Next Generation Sequencing Technologies in Medical Genetics” book
    ISBN: 978-600-356-502-9; National Bibliography Number (NBN): 4282468
    Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz                                                                        2015
    Supervisor: Dr. Maryam Naderi Soorki


    ·         Workshop on Application of Next-Generation Sequencing in Cancer Diagnosis and Management
    Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Department of Genetics and Molecular Biology
    OMICSTM                                                                                                                    October 2015
    BGI Tech                                                                                                                    Isfahan, Iran

    ·         Bioinformatics workshop                                                                                           June 2014         Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz                                                                        Ahvaz, Iran



    ·         Member of Young Researchers and Elite Club, Iran                                                 2016-present

    ·         Research fellow (Bioinformatician), Al-Zahra Medical Genetics Laboratory,          20152016
    Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran

    ·         Member of National Elites Foundation, Iran                                                           2015-present

    ·         Member of Complex Biological Systems Alliance (CBSA),                                       2015-present
    a global non-profit research consortium

    Editorial and reviewer

    ·         Reviewer, Journal of Rare Diseases Research & Treatment                                     2017

    ·         Reviewer, Molecular Neurobiology                                                                           2017

    ·         Editor, AMOR: Advances in Modern Oncology Research                                         2015-present

    ·         Reviewer, MOJPB: MedCrave Online Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics      20142016
    Teaching experiences

    ·         Manuscript Writing Workshop                                                                                  2016
    University of Kashan                                                                                                 Kashan, Iran

    ·         Secondary school-level courses in English language                                                 2015
    Ghalamchi Educational Foundation                                                                          Isfahan, Iran


    ·         Melanoma and lung cancer

    ·         Bioinformatic analysis of cancer initiation/progression causes

    ·         Epigenetic basis of carcinogenesis

    ·         Pharmacogenomics/pharmacoproteomics

    ·         Aging and cancer-related drug design/discovery/delivery


    ·         Graduate/undergraduate-level courses in Bioinformatics

    ·         Graduate/undergraduate-level courses in Molecular Oncology


    ·         Bioinformatics: Genomics (cancer genomics), Epigenomics (familiar with epigenetic modifications/gene regulation), NGS data analysis, Transcriptomics (RNA-seq and microarray data analysis), Proteomics (protein sequence and structure analysis), Interactomics and Systems Biology, Investigation of protein-protein interactions, homology modelling, function prediction …

    ·         Programming languages and skills: R, Linux, Python, Machine learning (Basic)

    ·         Statistics: Biostatistics, Computational Biology, Data mining, Meta-analysis

    ·         Scientific writing: Reference manager (EndNote, Mendeley, Citavi)

    ·         Computer skills: MS Office, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator


    M.Sc. of Biochemistry

    Biological background:

    B.Sc. of Genetics, M.Sc. of Biochemistry

    Programming skills:

    R, Python, Linux

    Past & ongoing projects:

    Bioinformatic analysis of circadian expression of cancer genes

    Codon usage bias analysis of apoptosis involved genes

    Multi-omics analysis of PHF6 oncogenic activity

    Work History (0)

      There are no activities yet.


    • Hourly Rate: 35.00
    • Rating:
    • Experience: 3 years
    • Projects worked: 0
    • Total earned: 0.00
    • Country: Australia