Azar Maluki


He is currently serving as a professor in Dermatology and is a Consultant Dermatologist (M.D.) at the U of Kufa Medical School in Iraq. He is interested in providing clinical patient’s care in the fields of general and aesthetic dermatology, teaches in hospitals and in private clinics in Iraq since the year of 2000. In addition, his academic career at the Medical School has guided him to provide evidence-based health care to a large scale of population and to be an influential part of many research-focused teamwork groups.

For the period from June 1st, 2015 through May 31st, 2017, he joined the University of Minnesota Medical School, as a Research Fellow at the Department of Dermatology. His work with Dr. Marna Ericson in the Dermatology Imaging Center focused on detection of re-emerging stealth pathogens, using advanced skin imaging technologies, molecular diagnosis and immune histochemistry methodologies.

Utilizing Dr. Ericson’s expertise and leadership in cutaneous biology and advanced imaging techniques have noticeably promoted Azar’s research experience, grant and manuscript writing skills, and presentation in scientific meetings. With Ericson group, he was able to submit many NIH grants and research proposals, exploring different investigative strategies to detect undiagnosed stealth pathogens, vector-borne coinfections and studying mechanisms of their persistence in human tissues. Integrating basic science research and clinical skills are essential in providing optimum health care and improving life quality worldwide.

Research Interests:

His research interest mainly focuses on Skin Cancer , Dermatopathology , Psoriasis , Tissue Engineering , Melanoma, Clinical Dermatology , Venereology , Dermatosurgery, Pediatric Dermatology , Basal Cell Carcinoma , Cosmetology.

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