Director Biography:

Nasrollah Moradi-kor has been working as the research director at the International Center for Neuroscience Research since 2014. The main goal of this center is to promote applied neuroscience research, share knowledge, experience, and build strong collaborations among scientists and neuroscience organizations around the world. Nasrollah is a senior investigator at the Center for Neuroscience Research, and his research program is primarily focused on the effects of early life stress that influences adult learning and memory. Nasrollah has been on the scientific advisory board and evaluation committees of several institutions abroad. He has published more than 100 scientific papers, and he currently serves as an editorial board member and section editor of several reputed journals in the field of neuroscience.


Research Interests:

Adolescent Development; Animal Cognition and Behavior; Behavioral Pharmacology; Stress and the Brain; Learning and Memory; Neurophysiology; Neurodegenerative Disorders