behrooz akbarnia
Behrooz Akbarnia M.D.
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Ramin Bagheri M.D.
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Nima Kabirian, MD

Dr. Pooria Salari
Nima Kabirian, M.D.
Research Fellow

Education:

Diploma of Experimental Sciences: Alborz High School
Doctor of Medicine: Tehran University of Medical Sciences
General Surgery and Surgical Specialties Internship: Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Orthopedic Surgery Residency: Iran University of Medical Sciences

Past and Current Research Activities:

1. Kabirian N, Ganjavian MS, Behtash H, Akbarnia BA. Safety of posterior instrumentation in congenital scoliosis. Paper presentation at 37th annual meeting of scoliosis research society, Seattle, Washington, September 18-21, 2002.

2. Kabirian N, Ganjavian MS, Behtash H, Akbarnia BA. Neural axis abnormalities in congenital spine deformity. Paper presentation at 37th annual meeting of scoliosis research society, Seattle, Washington, September 18-21, 2002.

3. Behtash H, Ameri E, Ganjavian MS, Kabirian N, Fereshteh Nejad SM, Akbarnia BA. Comparison of short-term and long-term outcomes of spinal fusion with and without posterior instrumentation in congenital scoliosis. Tehran University Medical Journal, 2007; 65(8): 22-28.

4. Akbarnia BA, Mundis GM, Bagheri R, Salari P, Kabirian N. Is the less invasive far lateral approach a safe way to reconstruct the anterior spinal column in advanced adult deformity surgery? A minimum 2-year follow-up study. Paper presentation at 17th IMAST annual meeting, Toronto, Canada, July 21-24, 2010 and accepted for poster presentation at SMISS annual meeting, Miami, Florida, November 5-7, 2010.

5. Akbarnia BA, Mundis GM, Moazzaz P, Kabirian N. Segmental correction of adult focal sagittal plane deformity using a novel lateral interbody approach with anterior longitudinal ligament. Accepted for paper presentation at SMISS annual meeting, Miami, Florida, November 5-7, 2010.