Animal Models in Sleep Research and Applied Neurosomnology（1）
Mohammad Nami (1978, Tehran) is an Iranian medical doctor and neuroscientist. His medical specialty is on neuroscience and he has a clinical fellowship on sleep disorders.
He is currently the Head of the Department of Neuroscience at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences.
He is among the university's top-ranked scholars due to his numerous scientific articles and speeches in international congresses and he has been recognized as a top-rated contributor to numerous international neuroscience events. He is the chief-editor of two international and interdisciplinary journals (JAMSAT, Neuroscience Research Letters) and currently, he is the president of the Iranian Neuroscience Society, Fars Chapter.
The Neuroscience Lab (NSL/SUMS) is now a fine place for interdisciplinary studies of brain, thanks to his team and his efforts. Dr. Nami has always been active and interested in traditional Iranian country music, especially in singing.
For the past several years, Mohammad gained experience as corporate trainer in the field of professional development skills at multinational corporate level. He has been a Dale Carnegie’s alumnus since 2013 and yearns to gain further expertise in the field of organizational and leadership training.
His current focus in research and clinical practice is applied neuroscience, translational aspects of sleep neuroscience, neurocognitive rehabilitation, brain stimulation and behavioral sleep medicine.