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Physicians are among the most valuable people of each community due to their sincere effort for the health and wellness of the people. History has shown nations whose roots are deeper in culture and knowledge have survived. The land of Iran has long been the center of thought and the birthplace of the world's most renowned scientists and thinkers. There have been many different nations in the promotion of knowledge and advancement of science. In medical history, that seems to be the oldest history in the world, Iranians and their services to this science are much mentioned. Many of today's medical methods are based Theoretical and empirical knowledge of the past and according to history, Iranians in this field are pioneers. Doctors treat patients, relieve their pain and always try to comfort them. A physician deserves respect and appreciation because he devotes his entire life to the health of others and sometimes cuts back on his family time to give patients more time. They deal with patients from a variety of backgrounds from every corner of the world, ranging from illiterate to highly educated, from Iranians to people from far-flung or near-by countries. Although they have many distinctive features, they all have one thing in common; it's disease.


Abu Ali Sina


Achievement: Major works in medicine and philosophy, writing of healing books, comprehensive scientific and philosophical encyclopedia as well as law in medicine Abu Ali Sina, known as Porsina and Ibn Sina, was born in Bukhara in 359 AH and is one of the most renowned practitioners, philosophers and scientists of Iran. From childhood, Abu Ali Sina had a strange talent for learning different sciences. At the age of 18, he mastered many of the sciences of his time, and his fame and fame spread everywhere. At the same age, he managed to save Amir Khorasan from fatal illness and in return he was allowed to use the magnificent library of the Samani princes. He later cured King Ray's melancholy disease. Sheikh al-Rays has many works in Arabic (the common scientific language of that time) and Persian. Ibn Sina's works of healing and law made him an unrivaled professor of medicine and natural sciences and philosophy for many years, and from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries the scientific and practical bases of medicine were Ibn Sina's teachings. His moral attributes include softness, patience, kindness, compassion, avoidance and reproach and humiliation of others.


Dr. Jalal Barimani

The father of modern Iranian neurology and the founder of the Iranian Society of Neuroscience and Clinical Neurophysiology

He finished high school at Alborz High School in Tehran. In 1328 he went to France to study and in 1329 obtained a PCB certificate from the University of Paris. In 1334 he completed his education in general medicine in Paris and in 1339 obtained a specialized certificate in neuroscience from the University of Paris. During his years of study in medicine and specialty in the difficult external examination of Paris hospitals, he was accepted and received a scientific award (medal) from the Paris Medical School. His thesis was on pituitary insufficiency and electrical disturbances of the brain. It was held at the Pitie Hospital in Paris, which attracted tremendous attention. After undergoing a specialized neuroscience course, Jalal Bremani also went through several other special courses and became an official or honorary member of several French medical societies. he has been a member of the International Committee of Writers of the Anfal Magazine for ten years. Dr. Brimani has also been a co-founder of the Tehran University of Medical Sciences' Brain and Neuroscience Research Center.


Dr. Gholam Ali Peyman

Iranian-American scientist and inventor of LASIK surgery

Dr. Gholam Ali Peyman is an Iranian-American scientist and a member of the World Ophthalmology Hall of Fame. The most prominent reason for his fame is the invention of LASIK, which allows people with visual impairments to recover without the use of normal eyeglasses. He won the US President's National Medal of Technology and Innovation in December 2012. Dr. Peyman is a pioneering force in laser surgery, photodynamic therapy, and drug transfer into the eye studies, refractive surgery, and retina. He also developed techniques for other eye surgeries and was the first person to perform the retinal-lamellar biopsy and retinal pigment mucosa transplantation.Dr. Peyman's inventions encompass a wide range of new medical devices, ophthalmic drug delivery systems, surgical techniques, laser and optical surgical devices, and new ways to treat and diagnose.


Dr. Ali Asghar Khodadost

Professor of Ophthalmology at American Universities and one of the best corneal transplant surgeons in the world.

Dr. Khodoust was accepted as the first and only external assistant in the ophthalmology department at Johns Hopkins University in 1941, and was recognized as the best assistant at the Wilmer Ophthalmology Center for three years. In addition to studying clinical science, he was actively involved in basic science and published numerous articles in various journals. He has been repeatedly nominated by leading figures in American ophthalmology as the best corneal transplant surgeon in the world, and owes his reputation in addition to numerous scientific articles and extensive research in various fields and quality of treatment and experience in surgical treatment, to basic research to corneal surface disorders, in so far as it has been named the "Khodadoost Basement Membrane line" in his honor. He founded Dr. Khodadost Eye Hospital in Shiraz. Also, at the invitation of the governor of Ardebil, he has accepted the construction of the Sareen Ophthalmological Hospital.

Professor Majid Samii

The German Ring (Leipnitz Ring) was awarded to Professor Majid Samiei and was nicknamed the Star Surgeon of the Abyss.

Professor Majid Samiei is a prominent neurosurgeon who was born in a famous Gilani family in 1316 in Tehran. He finished primary and secondary education in Tehran and then went to Germany. He completed his undergraduate degree in biology and medicine at the University of Mainz in Germany and then began a course in neurosurgery under Professor Kurt Schurman. In 1349, at the age of 33, he achieved a degree in the field. Experiences of peripheral nerve transplantation and brain nerve regeneration drew Professor Samiei's attention to surgical problems at the base of the skull and took the first steps in the field that were of interest to the medical world. In 1976, he headed the Hospital for Neurosurgery in Hanover. In the same year, he was awarded the Neurosurgery Chair at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. Kurdish. In 1988 he accepted the position of chair of neurosurgery at the University of Hanover. From 1367 to 1992 he was the President of the International Skull Rule Society and in 1992 he was elected President of the World Federation of Skull Rule Associations. This most renowned neuroscientist surgeon who has for many years been responsible for the largest international center of neuroscience (the International Society of Neurosurgery) is known as the founder and inventor of the new method of skull base surgery.

Physicians are among the most valuable people of each community due to their sincere effort for the health and wellness of the people.
History has shown nations whose roots are deeper in culture and knowledge have survived. The land of Iran has long been the center of thought and the birthplace of the world’s most renowned scientists and thinkers. There have been many different nations in the promotion of knowledge and advancement of science. In medical history, that seems to be the oldest history in the world, Iranians and their services to this science are much mentioned. Many of today’s medical methods are based Theoretical and empirical knowledge of the past and according to history, Iranians in this field are pioneers.
Doctors treat patients, relieve their pain and always try to comfort them. A physician deserves respect and appreciation because he devotes his entire life to the health of others and sometimes cuts back on his family time to give patients more time. They deal with patients from a variety of backgrounds from every corner of the world, ranging from illiterate to highly educated, from Iranians to people from far-flung or near-by countries. Although they have many distinctive features, they all have one thing in common; it’s disease.

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