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Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Ommati

Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Ommati

Assistant Professor of Life Sciences

Department of Bioinformatics

College of Life Sciences

Shanxi Agricultural University


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Phone: (+86)15 70 34 49 654

Address: College of Life Sciences, Shanxi Agricultural University, Taigu, Shanxi, 030801, People’s Republic of China


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M. Mehdi Ommati received his degree in Animal Sciences in 2009 from Mohaghegh University, Iran. He then did his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in the field of Reproductive Physiology in 2011 and 2018 respectively, at Shiraz University. He was a top student and a member of the Iranian National Elites Foundation (INEF) during his education. In 2016, he moved to Shanxi Agricultural University (SXAU) in china to hold a sabbatical position in 2016 where he is now working as an assistant professor of Bioinformatics in the Department of Life Sciences.

In addition to the above-mentioned qualifications, Dr. Ommati serves as an Editorial Board Member and reviewer of more than a dozen Toxicology and Reproduction-related journals. His research mainly focuses on the various aspects of male and female reproductive indices, ‎immuno-suppression methods in fertility, antioxidants- induced mitochondria injuries in reproductive and non-reproductive organs, ‎hepatotoxicity, behavioral traits, and xenobiotics-triggered reproductive toxicology with a beneficial effect on health,  all his research being documented by more than 100 publications in various peer-reviewed journals, two book chapters in international books, and two national books. Dr. Ommati also attends different international and domestic congresses for presenting oral communication or poster.


Research Priorities:

  • Xenobiotics- triggered male and female sub-/in- fertility
  • Antioxidants and mitochondrial injuries
  • Reproductive and non-reproductive organ toxicity upon exposure to drugs (in-vivo and in-vitro) through intracellular related routes such as autophagy, apoptosis etc.


Previous Academic Collaborations with SUMS:

  • More than 60 joint publications with SUMS
  • Publication of two chapters in a jointly published English book:
    1. Toxicology. Chapter 37: Amino Acids Ameliorate Heavy Metals Induced Oxidative Stress in Male/Female Reproductive Tissue. Toxicology Book, Elsevier, Patel & Preedy (Eds.): Toxicology (Book Title)


  1. Chapter 38: Betaine, Heavy Metal Protection, Oxidative Stress, and the Liver. Toxicology Book, Elsevier Publication, Patel & Preedy (Eds.): Toxicology (Book Title)


Number and the Duration of Previous Visits to SUMS

  • January 2020-September 2020
  • June 15-July 15, 2019
  • June 15-July 15, 2018
  • January 1-February 15, 2018
  • June 15-July 15, 2017
  • January 1-February 15, 2017