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I have been working on biodiversity of Iranian lichenized and lichenicolous fungi since 1999. I recived my MSc. and PhD degrees from the University of Helsinki in Finland. Currently I am a full time researcher at the Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST) in Tehran, My research is focused on taxonomy and phylogeny of the lichen family Megasporaceae worldwide.

I have been working on biodiversity of Iranian lichenized and lichenicolous fungi since 1999. I recived my MSc. and PhD degrees from the University of Helsinki in Finland. Currently I am a full time researcher at the Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST) in Tehran, My research is focused on taxonomy and phylogeny of the lichen family Megasporaceae worldwide.

My main research field is Plant pathology, with focus on disease management and chemical control. My research in this area involved the utilization of lichens substances for controlling bacterial and fungal diseases in different post harvest of fruits and vegetables. My current responsibilities include managing the Plant Pathology Lab, mentoring students and conducting research at the Islamic Azad University, Miyaneh Branch.

Faramarz Dahmardeh received a B.S. degree from the Zabol University in SE of Iran in 2009 and then continued his education at the Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Isfahan. He has completed his Master thesis by January 2013 and is currently working on his project entitled; Taxonomy and phylogeny  of the lichen genus Toninia in the center of Iran.

Jalil Kakeh received a B.S. degree from the Tabriz University in 2010 and then continued his education at the Soil Science Department in University College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, University of Tehran. He has completed his Master thesis by February 2013 and is currently working on his project entitled; Biological soil crusts in Golestan province in North of Iran. 

Zahra Shasani received a B.S. degree from the Zabol University in SE of Iran in 2011 and then continued her education at the Faculty of Bioscience  in the Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran. She is currently working on her M.S. thesis entitled; Taxonomy, phylogeny and biogeography of the lichen genus Peltigera in North and Northwest of Iran and is expected to complete her Master thesis by September 2014.

Maryam Bakhosh received a B.S. degree from the Urmia University in NW of Iran in 2012 and then continued her education at the Soil Science Department in University College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, University of Tehran. She is currently working on her M.S. thesis entitled; Evaluation the Effects of Biological Soil Crusts on Soil physical, chemical and Biological Properties in Kiamaky protected area in East Azerbaijanand is expected to complete her Master thesis by September 2014.

Seyedeh Maryam Shahidi received a B.S. degree on Plant Protection from the Islamic Azad University of Miyaneh Branch in 2010 and then continued her education at the Plant Pathology Department in Islamic Azad University Varamin-Pishva. She has completed her Master thesis by March 2013 which was entitled “Study on antimicrobial activity in five species of lichen-forming fungi against potato bacterial pathogens”

Tayebeh Akhtar received a B.S. degree from the Payame Noor University Yasuj in SW of Iran in 2011 and then continued her education at the Faculty of Bioscience in the Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran. She is currently working on her M.S. thesis entitled;Taxonomy, phylogeny and biogeography of the lichen genus Fulgensia in Iran and is expected to complete her Master thesis by September 2014.

Zeynab Haghighat received a B.S. degree from the Zabol University in 2010 and then continued her education at the Faculty of Conservation & Restoration in the Isfahan University of Art. She is currently working on her M.S. thesis entitled; Dry ice blasting machine: its application and problems in lichen removal from the Calcareous rocks and is expected to complete her Master thesis by 2014.

I have been working on biodiversity of Iranian lichenized and lichenicolous fungi since 1999. I recived my MSc. and PhD degrees from the University of Helsinki in Finland. Currently I am a full time researcher at the Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST) in Tehran, My research is focused on taxonomy and phylogeny of the lichen family Megasporaceae worldwide.

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