I was born in 1992, in Tehran (Iran) and received both my B.Sc and M.Sc degrees in Biomedical Engineering (Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering) from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic). I have started the PhD program at TU Delft since September 2017.
Previously, I have carried out research on characteristics of human amniotic stem cells, and developing micro-engineered biomimetic hydrogels for tissue engineering and drug delivery applications. My research interests include biofabrication, stem cell therapy, and tissue engineering.
In my free time, I enjoy playing video games, watching and analyzing football matches, and playing table tennis.
Nanoimprinting for high-throughput replication of geometrically precise pillars in fused silica to regulate cell behavior
Mahya Ganjian / Khashayar Modaresifar / Dionysios Rompolas / Lidy E. Fratila-Apachitei / Amir A. Zadpoor
3D-Printed Submicron Patterns Reveal the Interrelation between Cell Adhesion, Cell Mechanics, and Osteogenesis
Mahdiyeh Nouri-Goushki / Livia Angeloni / Khashayar Modaresifar / Michelle Minneboo / Pouyan E. Boukany / Mohammad J. Mirzaali / Murali K. Ghatkesar / Lidy E. Fratila-Apachitei / Amir A. Zadpoor
On the Use of Black Ti as a Bone Substituting Biomaterial
Behind the Scenes of Dual-Functionality
Khashayar Modaresifar / Mahya Ganjian / Livia Angeloni / Michelle Minneboo / Murali K. Ghatkesar / Peter Leon Hagedoorn / Lidy E. Fratila-Apachitei / Amir A. Zadpoor
Osteogenic and antibacterial surfaces on additively manufactured porous Ti-6Al-4V implants
Combining silver nanoparticles with hydrothermally synthesized HA nanocrystals
Mohammad Fazel / Hamid R. Salimijazi / Morteza Shamanian / Michelle Minneboo / Khashayar Modaresifar / Ingmar A.J. van Hengel / Lidy E. Fratila-Apachitei / Iulian Apachitei / Amir A. Zadpoor