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Prof. Mohammad Fararouei | Epidemiology | Editorial Board Member

Researcher and lecturer,Β Shiraz University of Medical Sciences,Β Iran

Mohammad Fararouei is a distinguished Professor in Epidemiology and a dedicated researcher and lecturer at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in Iran. He embarked on his academic journey from 1983 to 1986, obtaining an AS in Public Health from Isfahan University. πŸŽ“ With a passion for advancing public health, Fararouei has been an integral part of the academic community at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, where he has served as the Dean of the School of Health from 2018 to 2022. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ« In addition to his administrative role, he continues to contribute to the education sector as an academic lecturer at the Health School of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences. πŸ“š Fararouei’s commitment to epidemiology and public health is evident in both his research endeavors and his leadership within the academic realm. πŸŒπŸ’‘

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EducationΒ 

Mohammad Fararouei’s educational journey reflects a profound commitment to the field of public health and epidemiology. πŸŽ“ He commenced his academic pursuit from 1983 to 1986, obtaining an AS in Public Health from Isfahan University. Continuing his dedication, he earned a BS in Public Health from Shahid Beheshti University in 1990, further solidifying his expertise in the domain. Fararouei’s academic odyssey progressed with an MSc in Epidemiology from Shiraz University between 1991 and 1995, enhancing his knowledge and skills in the critical field of epidemiological research. πŸ“Š

Undoubtedly driven by a thirst for knowledge, Fararouei pursued his highest academic achievement, earning a PhD in Epidemiology from Imperial College London from 2003 to 2008. πŸŒπŸ”¬ This international exposure undoubtedly enriched his perspectives and contributed to his exceptional standing in the academic and research communities. Today, as a distinguished Professor in Epidemiology at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, he continues to embody the spirit of academic excellence and a passion for advancing public health. πŸŒ±πŸ’‘

Academic Appointment

Mohammad Fararouei’s career has been a dynamic blend of impactful roles in public health and academia. πŸŒπŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ Serving as the CEO of Jahrom county Health Center (1990-1992) and later as the Chief Epidemiologist in Fars province (1993-1997) under the Iranian Ministry of Health, he showcased early leadership in health administration, contributing significantly to public health initiatives. πŸ₯πŸ“Š Transitioning into academia, Fararouei became an academic lecturer at the Health School of Yasuj University of Medical Sciences (1997-2013), bringing practical knowledge to the next generation. πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ“ His commitment to academic excellence continued as Deputy of Academic and Educational Affairs (2014-2018). From 2018 to 2022, he held the prestigious position of Dean of the School of Health at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, seamlessly balancing administrative and academic responsibilities. πŸŽ“πŸ’Ό Fararouei’s diverse journey highlights his dedication to both public health administration and the education of future healthcare professionals. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«

Publications Top Notes

  1. “Guidance to Communicable Disease Control”
    • Authors: A. Karimi, M. Fararouei, A. Gharechahi, M. Yaghoot, A. Alborzi
    • Year: 1995
    • Published by: Shiraz University Division of Health Education (Farsi)
  2. “Immunization Policy”
    • Author: M. Fararouei
    • Year: 1996
    • Published by: Ministry of Health (Translated from English to Farsi)
  3. “Bias in Case-Control Studies”
    • Authors: M. Fararouei, M. Sharifi
    • Year: 2019
    • Language: Farsi
  4. “Prevention and Control of Acute Respiratory Infections in Schools: COVID-19 Epidemic”
    • Authors: Kaveh. MH, Fararouei, M; Jahanghiri, M; et al.
    • Year: 2020
  5. “Now and Future with COVID-19”
    • Authors: Fararouei, M; Khani, A; et al.
    • Year: 2021

 

Mohammad Fararouei | Epidemiology | Editorial Board Member

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