Dr دکتر عادل صابری وند

GENERAL INFORMATION First Name: Adel Last Name: Saberivand Date of Birth: 29/12/1965 ACADEMIC POSITION: Associate professor ACADEMIC DEGREES: 1. Ph.D: Doctor of Philosophy in the field of Reproductive Biotechnology from the University of Queensland, Australia, 1997. 2. PG. Diploma Vet. Studies: Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Studies, from the University of Queensland, Australia, 1993. 3. DVM: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, from the University of Tehran, Iran, 1989. Postal Address: 1-Institute of Biotechnology, University of Urmia, P.O. Box 165, Urmia, Iran. 2-Department of Veterinary Clinical Science, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Urmia, P.O. Box 165, Urmia, Iran. Phone (Work): 98 441 2774737 E-Mail: adel64ir@yahoo.com a.saberivand@mail.urmia.ac.ir TITLES OF THESES Ph.D.: Study of phenotypic and genotypic indicators of resistance to internal parasites in sheep and goats through natural and artificial breeding. D.V.M: Study of the pharmacological effects of Sulfonamides in ruminants. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS JOURNAL PAPERS 1- Saberivand, A. and P.M. Outteridge (1996) The use of embryo genotyping in the propagation of genes involved in the immune response. Immunology and Cell Biology, 74, 109-120. 2- Saberivand, A. and M. Haghighi (2006) An abattoir survey of ovine acquired reproductive abnormalities in Northwest of Iran. Journal of Iranian Veterinary Research. Vol. 6, No. 4, Ser. No. 14, 2006. 3- Saberivand A. (2001) The relationship between blood glucose, cholesterol and progesterone at the time of artificial insemination and subsequent fertility in dairy cow. Pajoohesh va Sazandeghi, Vol. 51: 2-5. 4- Zavareh S, Saberivand A, Salehnia M (2009) The Effect of Progesterone on the In vitro Maturation and Developmental Competence of Mouse Germinal Vesicle Oocytes International Journal of Fertility and Sterility. Vol 3, No 1, 21-28. 5- Zavareh S, Salehnia M, Saberivand A (2009) Comparison of Different Vitrification Procedures on Developmental Competence of Mouse Germinal Vesicle Oocytes in the Presence or Absence of Cumulus Cells. International Journal of Fertility and Sterility. Vol 3, No 3, 111-118. 6- Karimi, I, Hayatghaibi H, Yousefi J, Saberivand A, Zavareh S (2007) The effect of Cannabis sativa L. (hemp seed) on hematological parameters in guinea pigs. Cardiovasc Hematol Disord Drug Targets, 3 7- Mohammadi G., Saberivand A. (2007) Molecular study of polymorphisms of some microsatellite markers linked to the FecB genes in Ghezel Iranian sheep. Iranian Veterinary Journal, No.2, 34-43. 8- Jabbarzadeh Z., Khosh Khui m., Salehi H. and Saberivand A. (2009) Optimization of DNA Extraction for ISSR Studies in Seven Important Rose Species of Iran. American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 3(4): 639-642, 2009, ISSN 1995-0748. 9- Saberivand A., G. Mohammadi, A. Javanmard (2010) Genetic variation of ten microsatellite loci in Makui sheep of Iran. Vet. Res. Commun., 34:541-548. DOI 10.1007/s11259-010-9428-8. CONFERENCE PAPERS AND SEMINARS 1- Macroscopic study of acquired reproductive abnormalities in ewes. Saberivand, A, Congress of the European Society of Domestic Animal Reproduction (ESDAR) from September 4th to 7th 2003 in Dublin, Ireland. 2- Phenotypic and genotypic indicators of resistance to internal parasites in goats. Saberivand, A, World Veterinary Congress from September 23rd to 26th, 1999, Lyon, France. 3- Microsatellite genotyping of sheep to determine host resistance to internal parasites. Saberivand, A, World Veterinary Congress from September 23rd to 26th, 1999, Lyon, France. 4- Segregation of MHC-DRB genes after embryo transfer in sheep, relationship to host resistance to internal parasites. Saberivand, A, World Veterinary Congress from September 23rd to 26th, 1999, Lyon, France. 5- The relationship between blood glucose and cholesterol at the time of artificial insemination and subsequent fertility in dairy cow. Saberivand, A, World Buiatrics Congress XXI, from 4th to 8th December, 2000, Punta del Este , Uruguay. 6- Phenotypic and genotypic indicators in sheep of host resistance to internal parasites. Saberivand, A, World Buiatrics Congress XXI, from 4th to 8th December, 2000, Punta del Este , Uruguay. 7- Cryopreservation and direct transfer of ovine whole and demi-embryos. Omidi, M.; Jillella, D.; Young, M. and Saberivand, A. (1996) The 13th International Congress on Animal Reproduction, pp. 13-15. 8- Segregation of MHC-DRB3 genes and their relationship to the internal parasites in sheep through embryo transfer. Saberivand, A.; Outteridge, P.M. (1996) 15th Annual Meeting of the Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell Biology Inc., Brisbane, Australia. 9- Participation of veterinarians in a genetic typing service for disease resistance in sheep. Outteridge, P.M.; Saberivand, A. and McLeod, T. (1997) Proceedings of Australian Sheep Veterinary Society 4th International Congress for Sheep Veterinarians, University of New England, Armidale, NSW, Australia, pp. 285-289. 10- Cholesterol and triglyceride concentrations in follicular fluid and its relation to follicular size in ovine ovaries. Saberivand, A, The 3rd Convention of Iranian Veterinary Clinicians, 29-31 Oct. 2002, Mashhad, Iran. 11- Applications of biotechnology in production of animal-derived food and world health. Saberivand, A, The 3rd National Congress of Biotechnology I.R. Iran. Sept. 8-10 2003, Mashhad, Iran. 12- Comparative study of pregnancy rates in laparotomic and laparoscopic embryo transfer in ewes. Saberivand, A,The 3rd Symposium of Veterinary Surgery, Anesthesia and Radiology of Iran. 7-9 Oct. 2001, Urmia, Iran. 13- An overview of deer artificial breeding and its potential application in Iranian yellow deer. The 1st Urmia Lake Conference, Sep. 4-6 2001, Urmia, Iran. 14- A macroscopic study of male external reproductive tract abnormalities in sheep. The 4th Reunion of Iranian Clinical Veterinarians, May 30th -June 2nd 2005, The University of Urmia, Urmia, Iran. 15- The effect of GnRH on superovulation rate of ewes with PMSG. The 4th Reunion of Iranian Clinical Veterinarians, May 30th -June 2nd 2005, The University of Urmia, Urmia, Iran. 16- A new procedure for DNA extraction from ovine whole blood. Mohammadi G. and A. Saberivand. 1st Agricultural Biotechnology Conference, July 23-24, 2006, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran. RESEARCH REPORTS 1- An abattoir survey of the female reproductive tract abnormalities in sheep and goat in Urmia, 2003. University of Urmia, Urmia, Iran. 2- Molecular study of microsattelite markers related to FecB genes in Gezel sheep, 2005. University of Urmia, Urmia, Iran. 3- Effects of feeding hemp seed on lipoprotein and hormonal profiles in ovariectomized rat., 2010, University of Urmia, Urmia, Iran. 4- Effect s of feeding Nigella Sativa seed on serum profiles and semen parameters in male rat. 2010, University of Urmia, Urmia, Iran. RESEARCH INTERESTS Reproductive biotechnology, DNA-based diagnostics, Fecundity genes in sheep, Genes controlling reproduction, Molecular markers in reproduction, Reproductive tract abnormalities in male and female animals, Embryo Transfer in domestic animals, Micromanipulation of embryos, Sex determination of embryos, Artificial Insemination and In Vitro Maturation and Fertilization, Genetics of mastitis and milk contents, Molecular bases of cancer studies. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 1- Vice-Dean in Academic affairs of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Urmia, 1997-1998. 2- Pro-Vice chancellor in Student affairs of University of Urmia, 1998-2000. 3- Director of the Institute of Biotechnology, University of Urmia, 2005-2007. POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS: Mohammadi G., 2006. Ph.D, Molecular study of polymorphisms of microsatellite markers related to FecB genes in Ghezl breed of sheep. Zavvareh S., 2009. Ph.D, Vitrification and In Vitro Maturation of mouse Germinal Vesicle Oocytes in the presence of progesterone. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: M. Haghighi, DVM, 2003. U. Ebrahimi, DVM, 2003 Z. Javanmard, DVM, 2005 V. Rafiee, DVM, 2005 S. Mehri, DVM, 2006 M. Yousefi, DVM, 2008 L. Monfaredi, DVM, 2009 M. Ghezi, DVM, 2010 M. Nazadi, DVM, 2010 RECOGNITION AND AWARDS Organizing and/or assisting to organize workshops in: 1- Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and its application in veterinary medicine, agriculture, science and aquaculture. The University of Urmia in collaboration with the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education. Held at the University of Urmia, Iran, 2003. 2- Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and its application in veterinary medicine, agriculture, science and aquaculture. The University of Urmia in collaboration with the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education. Held at the University of Urmia, Iran, 2004. 3- The International Workshop on Genetics and Molecular Biology of Aquatic Organisms. Held at Artemia and Aquatic Animals Research Institute, 26 to 30 Sep., 2005, Urmia University, Iran. Attended workshops: 1- Animal breeding using molecular methods. Organized by National Research Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, and Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education, with Animal Science Research Institute, 3-7 Jan 2004, Tehran, Iran. 2- Methods of research in social science, biology, engineering and agriculture. Organized by the University of Urmia and the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education, 2001, Urmia, Iran. 3- Methods and skills of lecturing. Organized by the University of Urmia and the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education, 2001, Urmia, Iran. 4- Scientific and research application of 3DS MAX software to design three dimensional models and creating animation. Organized by the University of Urmia and the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education, 2002, Urmia, Iran. 5- Data bank creation and managing papers using Access software. Organized by the University of Urmia and the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education, 2002, Urmia, Iran. 6- Research methods and scientific writing of a paper. Organized by the University of Urmia and the Institute of Research and Planning for Higher Education, 2001, Urmia, Iran. 7- The International Workshop on Genetics and Molecular Biology of Aquatic Organisms. Held at Artemia and Aquatic Animals Research Institute, 26 to 30 Sep., 2005, Urmia University, Iran. TEACHING ACTIVITIES The following subjects have been lectured for undergraduate students: 1- Veterinary obstetrics 2- Animal reproductive diseases 3- Clinical training 1 4- Clinical training 2 5- Family health and family control (in temporal periods) 6- Biological statistics (in temporal periods) 7- Scientific English (Special English) (in temporal periods) 8- Diseases of animal and poultry (in temporal periods) The following subjects have been lectured for postgraduate students: 1- Reproductive technologies 2- Reproductive biology 3- Reproductive endocrinology 4- Advanced veterinary obstetrics 5- Advanced diagnostic methods in reproduction 6- Reproductive diseases of ruminants 7- Reproductive diseases of small animals 8- Reproductive diseases of horse 9- Clinical practice 1 10- Clinical practice 2 11- Clinical practice 3 12- Clinical diagnosis in reproduction