Hadi Mansouri

Anatomy and Histology - Instructor
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Veterinary Medicine
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I started my faculty position in OSU from January 2009 and I am involved in teaching both macroscopic and microscopic anatomy. I am currently the principal investigator of a departmental funded research entitled, “Electron microscopic study of spinal cord injury and repair” and also a co-investigator of another research entitled, “Neuroprotective mechanisms of post-injury omega-3 fatty acids and alfa-tocpherol following spinal cord injury.”

  • Basic Anatomy to D.V.M students
  • Comparative Anatomy to D.V.M. students
  • Histology to D.V.M., Dental and Medical students
  • Histotechniques to D.V.M. and postgraduate M.S. and Ph.D students
  • Electron Microscopy to D.V.M.and postgraduate M.S. and Ph.D students
  • Avian Histology to D.V.M. and Ph.D students
  • Advance Histology I to D.V.M. and postgraduate M.S. and Ph.D students
  • Advance Histology II to D.V.M. and postgraduate M.S. and Ph.D students
  • Comparative Gross Anatomy to D.V.M.and postgraduate M.S. and Ph.D students
  • Anatomical Techniques to D.V.M and Ph.D students
  • Applied Anatomy to D.V.M and resident students

In general, my laboratory is engaged in macroscopic, microscopic and electron microscopic studies. Our main research interests are the observations on the functional state of salivary glands. We used beta sympathomimetic drug, isoprenaline to induce new secretory proteins. Moreover, histochemical and immunocytochemical methods were used to localize these proteins. In addition, our current works focus on the developmental changes in the structure of pancreas in prenatal and postnatal animals using morphological, immunocytochemical, and morphometric methods. It is also necessary to say that in my laboratory we looked at the developmental changes of neurons and neuroglial cells within the spinal cord in pre and post-natal animals. Various histochemical and immunocytochemical approaches were used to determine how these developmental changes are happened. I have also worked in professor Ulibarri's laboratory during 2001-2002 in School of Veterinary Medicine in Washington State University. We looked at the role of testosterone on the developmental changes within the lumbosacral and perineal areas of gerbil in both sexes. I am still interested in doing more research in this subject particularly using immunocytochemical methods in order to understand how gonadal steroids effect the developmental process of central nervous system. Last two years I have also studied the developmental changes in different organs and tissues of ostrich using macroscopic, microscopic and morphometric studies.

Professional Highlights in Iran and USA

In Iran:

  • Head of the Department of Veterinary Basic Sciences, Shiraz University (1980-1985 and 1989-1994).
  • Vice-Chancellor of Research in College of Veterinary Medicine, Shiraz University (1991-1993).
  • Head of Shiraz University Press (1998-2001).
  • Member of Consulting Committee of Shiraz University (1997-2001).
  • Head of the Center of Electron Microscope in College of Veterinary Medicine, Shiraz University (2002 – 2008).
  • Chairman and Supervisor of Postgraduate (D.V.M) Thesis-30 Students.
  • Chairman and Supervisor of Ph.D. Thesis- 8 Students.
  • Referee of Postgraduate (D.V.M) Thesis-40 Students.
  • Referee of Ph.D. Thesis-10 Students.
  • Referee of 5 Published Scientific Books in Persian.
  • Referee of 30 Research Proposals.
  • External Examiner of D.V.M. and Ph.D. Students.
  • Participated as a Referee in the Promotion of 10 Staff Members to the Post of Assistant and Associated Professor.
  • Participated in Several Committees Dealing with the Teaching and Research within the School and University.

In USA

  • Member of Curriculum Committee in College of Veterinary Medicine in Oregon State University from 2010 to 2014 and 2015 to 2019. USA
  • Member of Research Committee from 2015 to 2019. USA
  • Member of Research Communication Committee from 2015 to 2019. USA
  • Member of Committee of a Postgraduate Student in College of Veterinary Medicine in Oregon State University from 2010 to 2013. USA
  • Coordinator of Microscopic Anatomy VMB 715 in College of Veterinary Medicine in Oregon State University from 2011. USA
  • Reviewer and proof of reading all sections of the first edition of “Guide to the Dissection of the Horse and Ruminants” in 2015 and corrections of the second edition in 2016 and third edition in 2017. The guide is prepared by Drs. Terri Clark, Louise C. Abbott, and Lynn M. Ruoff in  2015. USA

  

Professional Awards: 

  • Distinguished Lecturer of the Shiraz University in 1991
  • Distinguished and outstanding teacher evaluated by the College of Veterinary Medicine, Shiraz University for 28 years.
  • Recipient of excellence in teaching award in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 at the OSU, Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine, USA.

 

​​​​​​​Research Experience

 

In general in Iran, my laboratory was engaged in macroscopic, microscopic and electron microscopic studies. Our main research interests were the observations on the functional state of salivary glands. We used beta sympathomimetic drug, isoprenaline to induce new secretory proteins. Moreover, histochemical and immunocytochemical methods were used to localize these proteins. In addition, our works focused on the developmental changes in the structure of pancreas in prenatal and postnatal animals using morphological, immunocytochemical, and morphometric methods. It is also necessary to say that in my laboratory we looked at the developmental changes of neurons and neuroglial cells within the spinal cord in pre and post-natal animals. Various histochemical and immunocytochemical approaches were used to determine how these developmental changes were happened. I have also worked in professor Ulibarri's laboratory during 2001-2002 in School of Veterinary Medicine in Washington State University. We looked at the role of testosterone on the developmental changes within the lumbosacral and perineal areas of gerbil in both sexes. I am still interested in doing more research in this subject particularly using immunocytochemical methods in order to understand how gonadal steroids affect the developmental process of central nervous system. In addition, I have also studied the developmental changes in different organs and tissues of ostrich using macroscopic, microscopic and morphometric studies.

 

 

I started my faculty position in OSU from January 2009 and I am involve in teaching both macroscopic and microscopic anatomy. I have been the principal investigator of a departmental funded research entitled, “Electron microscopic study of spinal cord injury and repair”. I am also investigator of another new departmental funded research entitled, “Detailed macroscopic, microscopic and ultrastructural study of the alpaca pancreas” which has been completed in 2015.

 

 

Books:

Three scientific books, one about anatomy, histology and physiology of birds, the second book, about application of electron microscopy are prepared by me and one of my colleagues. The third book, human histology is also prepared by two of my colleagues and I.

 

Presentation in Conferences:

 

  1. American Association of Veterinary Anatomists (1979) in Washington State University.U.S.A.
     
  2. Gold Labelled Groups (Immunohistochemistry and Immunocytochemistry), (1986), London , U.k.

 

  1. 10th International Conference on Oral Biology (1986), in Amsterdam.

 

  1. Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1987), in Medical Sciences Institute, University of Dundee , U.K.

 

  1. 6th International Conference of Plastination (1992), Ontario , Canada .

 

  1. 3rd IUBMB Conference, Molecular Recognition (1995), Singapore .

 

  1. XXV Congress of the World Veterinary Association (1995), Yokohama , Japan

 

  1. 8th International Congress of Geographic Medicine and 3rd  Iranian Congress of  Immunology and Allergy (1995), Iran .
     
  2. 9th International Congress of Geographic Medicine (Oncology), (1996), Iran.

 

  1. 1st National Congress on Buffalo Disease (1998), Iran .
     
  2. 1st.Iranian Congress of Veterinary Basic Sciences(2000), Iran.

 

  1. Annual Meeting of Neuroscience (2002). Florida, U.S.A.
     
  2. 38th Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of Southern Africa, 20-23, April 2008.

 

  1. International congress on veterinary anatomy. India, Lucknow. 4th.  Nov,2009

 

  1. 10th congress of European association of clinical anatomy. Istanbull,5th,2009

 

  1. Anatomical congress, 9-11 July, Prague, 2010. 

 

  1. Iranian anatomy congress. 25-27 of May 2010.

 

My Publications

2011

Journal Article

A. Poostpasand, Tadjalli, M., and Mansouri, H., Microscopic study on the tongue of male ostrich., European J. Biological Sciences, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 24-31, 2011.

2010

Journal Article

S. Kazemi, Mansouri, H., and Tabatabaei, A. T., A study of angiogenesis on dog heart wall., Scientific- Research Iranian Veterinary Journal., vol. 5, no. 4(25), pp. 69-72, 2010.

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