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Mahsa Sedaghati, MD

Title(s)Clinical Research Coordinator, Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Stanford UniversityPostdoctoral Research Fellow2019Surgery
    UCSFClinical Research Fellow2018Surgery
    Tehran University of Medical SciencesMD2012Medicine
    Brunel UniversityMSc2007Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research

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    1. Sedaghati M, Kebebew E. Long noncoding RNAs in thyroid cancer. Curr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes. 2019 Oct; 26(5):275-281. PMID: 31385810.
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    2. Noohi S, Azar M, Behzadi AH, Sedaghati M, Panahi SA, Dehghan N, Honarbakhsh Y, Akasheh A, Tahoori A, Wilson D. A comparative study of characteristics and risky behaviors among the Iranian opium and opium dross addicts. J Addict Med. 2011 Mar; 5(1):74-8. PMID: 21769050.
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    3. Roozafzoon R, Goodarzi A, Vousooghi N, Sedaghati M, Yaghmaei P, Zarrindast MR. Expression of NMDA receptor subunits in human peripheral blood lymphocytes in opioid addiction. Eur J Pharmacol. 2010 Jul 25; 638(1-3):29-32. PMID: 20420822.
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    4. Sedaghati M, Vousooghi N, Goodarzi A, Yaghmaei P, Mokri A, Zarrindast MR. Expression of NR3B but not NR2D subunit of NMDA receptor in human blood lymphocytes can serve as a suitable peripheral marker for opioid addiction studies. Eur J Pharmacol. 2010 May 10; 633(1-3):50-4. PMID: 20153313.
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    5. Goodarzi A, Vousooghi N, Sedaghati M, Mokri A, Zarrindast MR. Dopamine receptors in human peripheral blood lymphocytes: changes in mRNA expression in opioid addiction. Eur J Pharmacol. 2009 Aug 01; 615(1-3):218-22. PMID: 19445922.
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