Mahmoudreza Hadjighassem Department of Neuroscience, School of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran
2 protocols

Mansoureh Hashemi
  • Functional neurosurgery research center, Shahid Beheshti University of medical sciences, Iran
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • 2 Author merit


Ph.D, Tehran university of medical sciences, Iran, 2015

Current position

Assistant professor, Neuroscience, Functional Neurosurgery Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran


  1. Hashemi, M., Fallah, A., Aghayan, H. R., Arjmand, B., Yazdani, N., Verdi, J., Ghodsi, S. M., Miri, S. M. and Hadjighassem, M. (2016). A New Approach in Gene Therapy of Glioblastoma Multiforme: Human Olfactory Ensheathing Cells as a Novel Carrier for Suicide Gene Delivery. Mol Neurobiol 53(8): 5118-5128.
  2. Bahrami, F., Hashemi, M., Khalili, F., Hashemi, J. and Asgari, A. R. (2013). Stimulation of Cannabinoid CB1 and N-methyl –D-aspartate Receptors Increases Neuroprotective Effect Against Diazinon-Induced neurotoxicity. Neurophysiology 45(5/6): 433-440.
  3. Sadri, S., Bahrami, F., Khazaei, M., Hashemi, M. and Asgari, A. (2010). Cannabinoid receptor agonist WIN-55,212-2 protects differentiated PC12 cells from organophosphorus- induced apoptosis. Int J Toxicol 29(2): 201-208.
  4. Hashemi, M., Bahrami, F., Sahraei, H., Golmanesh, L. and Sadri, S. (2010). The neuroprotective of cannabinoid receptor agonist (WIN55,212-2) in paraoxon-induced neurotoxicity in PC12 cells and N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor interaction. Cell Journal 12(2): 183-190.
2 Protocols published
Primary Olfactory Ensheathing Cell Culture from Human Olfactory Mucosa Specimen
Authors:  Mansoureh Hashemi and Mahmoudreza Hadjighassem, date: 05/20/2017, view: 5576, Q&A: 0
The human olfactory mucosa is located in the middle and superior turbinates, and the septum of nasal cavity. Olfactory mucosa plays an important role in detection of odours and it is also the only nervous tissue that is exposed to the external ...
Preparation of Primary Astrocyte Culture Derived from Human Glioblastoma Multiforme Specimen
Authors:  Mansoureh Hashemi and Mahmoudreza Hadjighassem, date: 04/20/2017, view: 7799, Q&A: 0
Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is a grade 4 astrocytoma tumor in central nervous system. Astrocytes can be isolated from human GBM. Study of astrocytes can provide insights about the formation, progression and recurrence of glioblastoma. For using ...
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