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Kasra Kamali

Ph.D. student in the department of Animal Physiology

Department of Biochemistry & Biology 

University of Potsdam 

Phone: (0331) 977 5537

Email: kasra.kamaliuni-potsdamde


My research project is looking into the molecular processes that control growth and shape change, especially in vascular diseases like cerebral cavernous malformations (CCM) and hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT). Using the zebrafish embryo model, which is known for being clear and compatible with imaging inside living things, I hope to figure out if there is any relation between the CCM and the HHT pathway. In addition, I am looking into how the CCM and HHT signaling pathways interact with each other, which will help me see how these vascular abnormalities are controlled at the molecular level. This exploration of the HHT pathway after CCM opens windows for studying their intricate relationship and potentially uncovering novel therapeutic targets.



2014-2018 University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran. Cellular and molecular

biology. Bachelor of Science.  '' Evidence of oxidative stress after

continuous exposure to Wi-Fi radiation in a rat model ''.


2018-2020 University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran. Pathogenic microbiology.

Master of Science.''The role of Broccoli diet in the  qurum sensing and expression

of the pathogenic genes in Pseudomnas aeroginosa and effective genes in

wound healing in mice ''.


2020-2024 Friedrich Schiller University Jena. Jena, Germany, Master of

Science, '' Droplet-based microfluidic for high throughput screening of

serine protease ''.


2022-2024  Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection

Biology Hans Knöll Institute,  Research Assistant. Biopilot plant group.




K. Kamali, A. Taravati, S. Sayyadi, F. Gharib, H. Maftoon.(2018). There is evidence of oxidative stress after continuous exposure to Wi-Fi radiation in the rat model. Environmental Science and Pollution


S.Sayyadi, S.Ahmady-Asbchin, K.Kamali. (2017). Biosorption of Cd (II) and Cs (I) from aqueous solution by live and dead cells of Saccharomyces carlsbergensis PTCC 5051.Environmental Technology. 1-21.10.1080/09593330.2017.1302003.


S.Sayyadi, S.Ahmady-Asbchin, K.Kamali, N.Tavakoli. (2017). Thermodynamic, equilibrium, and kinetic studies on biosorption of Pb +2 from aqueous solution by Bacillus pumilus sp. AS1 isolated from soil at an abandoned lead mine. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers. 10.1016/j.jtice.2017.09.005.


A.Taravati, F.Tohidi, M.Moniri and K.Kamali. (2017) Catechol-O-methyltransferase gene polymorphism (Val158Met) and Development of Pre-eclampsia. Archives of Medical Research. 48(2): 180-186.


A. Mohsenzadeh, K. Kamali, et al. (2023). Carbon Capture by Hybrid Chemical-Physical Solvents. In Elsevier Reference Collection in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. (Book Chapter)