Reza Nassiri is a Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Professor of Family and Community Medicine, and lecturer in Global Health, Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM). His research interests focuses on Clinical Pharmacology of HIV/AIDS & TB, prevention and control of infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, community health, global health, socio-ethical determinants of health, community-based public health interventions, and antibiotic resistance. He is the founder of Michigan State University Osteopathic and Primary Health Clinic in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. He has developed academic and research partnership programs with Federal University of Para Institute of Tropical Medicine in Belem, Brazil.He is currently a professional member for American Osteopathic Association, Society of Osteopathic Educators, International AIDS Society, French Society of Hematology, Infectious Diseases Society of America, Association of Medical School Pharmacology Chairs, and Infectious Diseases Society of North America. Prof. Nassiri is credited to initiate and implement “One Health” concept at Michigan State University, which is a cross-college and an integrative effort of multiple academic disciplines working as a team to attain optimal health for people, animals, and most importantly, the environment. He has co-organized and served as keynote and plenary speaker for One Health Summit GRF-Davos, Korea One Health Forum and the First Turkish Congress of One Health. He is co-organizing Nagasaki Conference of One Health, November 7-9 at Nagasaki University in Japan.
HIV/STDs, Public Health, Global Health, One Health and Antibiotic Resistance