Abolhasan Farhoudi

Scientist, Deceased Person

1923 – 2006


Who was Abolhasan Farhoudi?

Abolhasan Farhoudi was a prominent Persian medical scientist, immunologist and pediatrician.

Professor Farhoudi studied medicine at Tehran University where he continued his studies in the field of pediatrics. After graduation, Farhoudi lectured at Tehran University for a few years and then moved to London to become a fellow of immunology and allergy in London GOS hospital. His most important recent work was in inherited disorders of immune function.

He published 39 scientific articles cited in Scopus. The three most cited are

⁕"Clinical and immunological features of 65 Iranian patients with common variable immunodeficiency " Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology 12, pp. 825-832 with 46 citations

⁕"Frequency and clinical manifestations of patients with primary immunodeficiency disorders in Iran: Update from the Iranian primary immunodeficiency registry " Journal of Clinical Immunology 26, pp. 519-532 with 44 citations

⁕"Primary immunodeficiency in Iran: First report of the national registry of PID in children and adults " in Journal of Clinical Immunology 22, pp. 375-380 with 42 citations.

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  • Iran
Lived in
  • Qom
Apr 19, 2006

on July 23, 2013


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