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Dr Alireza Mani
U3 Floor
Royal Free Campus, UCL Division of Medicine
Rowland Hill Street
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  • Associate Professor (Teaching)
  • Education (Div of Med)
  • Div of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences

Alireza Mani is an Associate Professor at UCL Division of Medicine. He enjoys working on interdisciplinary projects both as a researcher and teacher. His main area of interest is understanding the complexity of physiological control in critical illnesses, and he has had success in combining computational network analysis and clinical medicine in his research. Alireza studied Medicine at Tehran University and moved to UCL through a Wellcome Trust fellowship. His previous appointments were Assistant Professor of Physiology at Tarbiat Modares University, and Visiting Professor at the University of Padova. 

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Head: Network Physiology Laboratory

We are amazed by the complexity of physiological control.  The main question is why someindividuals survive critical illnesses and others do not. We try to addressthis question by mapping the network of physiological interactions during theprogression of critical illnesses such as sepsis and multiorgan failure.


Teaching Summary

I teach basic medical sciences to undergraduate students at UCL Division of Medicine. I am currently leading the following programmes/modules:

Academic lead (2022-present): Year 2 Applied Medical Sciences programme (UCL Division of Medicine)

Module lead (2017-present): Pharmacology and Drug Action (UCL Division of Medicine)

Module Lead (2015-present): From clock to chaos: Biological Rhythms in Biology and Medicine (UCL Division of Medicine) 

Module lead (2015-17): Gut, Liver and Drug Metabolism (UCL Division of Medicine)

Academic Background
2007   Doctor of Philosophy University of London
2000   Doctor of Medicine Tehran University of Medical Science
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