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Dr. Ayesheh Enayati | neurosciences | Excellence in Research

assistant professor, Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Ayesheh Enayati holds a Ph.D. in Pharmacognosy from Tehran University of Medical Sciences and specializes in cardiovascular research, phytochemistry, and biotechnology. Currently based at Golestan University of Medical Sciences, she conducts research on natural products and their applications in cardiovascular health and tissue engineering.

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🎓 Education:

Ayesheh Enayati completed her Doctor of Pharmacognosy at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran. She also holds a Master of Science in Phytochemistry and a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.

🔬 Experience:

With extensive research experience, Ayesheh conducted her doctoral thesis research at both Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Golestan University of Medical Sciences, focusing on pharmacognosy and pharmacological experiments using the Langendorff perfusion system. She serves as Director and Secretary of the STE-MI Registry Committee at the Ischemic Disorders Research Center.

🔍 Research Interests:

Her research interests span phytochemistry, natural products, cardiovascular research, biotechnology, and heart tissue engineering.

 

📚 Publications:

Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa L.) extract as an adjunct to valsartan in patients with mild chronic kidney disease: A double-blind randomized controlled clinical trial (2024, Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine)

Potential antiplatelet agents with grape seed–backbone polyphenols: computational studies (2024, Natural Product Research)

Effect of Pistacia genus on gastrointestinal tract disorders: A systematic and comprehensive review (2024, Fitoterapia)

LC–MS/MS phytochemical profiling, antioxidant activity, and enzyme inhibitory of Potentilla reptans L. root: Computational studies and experimental validation (2024, Process Biochemistry)

A comprehensive review of scientific evidence of Daucus carota L. plant from the viewpoints of Persian Medicine and Current Medicine: A review study (2023, Journal of Islamic and Iranian Traditional Medicine)

Neuroprotective effect of Potentilla reptans L. root in the rat brain global ischemia/reperfusion model (Year not specified, Journal not specified)

Ayesheh Enayati | neurosciences | Excellence in Research

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