Dr Mohammad Fazel
Dr. Fazel's experience from academia and industry varies from research in biomedical technology to translational diagnostics as well as hypo- and hyperthermia treatment applications in heat and temperature-related processes in living tissues and how they can be applied in the design of therapeutic devices. Dr. Fazel earned a doctorate in medical biophysics from Western University, Canada. His publications include conference papers (40), journal articles (16) and US patent applications (2).
During and after his doctoral studies, he received several international and Canadian awards from the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the John P. Robarts Award for Innovative Medical Research and the HAYASHI Award for the best research in therapeutic and temperature management. His doctoral and postdoctoral research concerned the development of an innovative method for selective brain cooling that can be used for patients suffering from brain trauma.