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- Nazir Barekzi
- Adjunct Instructional Faculty
- Department of Biological Sciences
- Dr. Nazir Barekzi received the M.S. degree in microbiology from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, and the Ph.D. degree
in microbiology from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, in 2009. He then completed a two-year appointment as an
American Society for Engineering Education Postdoctoral Fellow with the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C. In the
year 2011, he began working with Professor Mounir Laroussi as a Research Scientist with the Laser and Plasma Engineering Institute,
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. Dr. Barekzi is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the Department of Biological
Sciences, Old Dominion University. His research interests involve molecular biology and include designing and implementing
novel biological assays to investigate biomedical applications of low-temperature atmospheric-pressure plasmas.
- James Madison University,
- Degree: B.S.
- Colorado State University,
- Degree: M.S.
- University of Virginia,
- Major: Microbiology
- Degree: Ph. D.
- Barekzi, N., and Laroussi, M. (2012). Dose dependent killing of leukemia cells by low temperature plasma. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 45 (422002), (pp. 1-6).
- Plasma Medicine: Current Achievements and Future Prospects
- Conference Name: Gaseous Electronics Conference
- Sponsoring Organization: Gaseous Electronics Conference
- Location: Austin, TX
- Date: October, 2012
- Evaluating the interaction of low temperature atmospheric pressure plasma with cells for wound healing and disinfection
- Conference Name: ICPM
- Sponsoring Organization: ICPM
- Location: Orleans, France
- Date: June, 2012
- 2010: American Society for Engineering Education Post-Doctoral Fellowship, ASEE