General Medicine: Open Access

ISSN - 2327-5146

Massod Vadiee

Massod Vadiee, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Geriatric Neurology, Biomedicine & Infectious Disease
Queen Mary University of London, USA


Education and Training: Postgraduate training in Geriatric Medicine and Primary Care Queen Mary University of London & Jagiellonian Medical University
Clinical Internship, Internal Medicine, Geriatrics & Gerontology Jagiellonian Medical College, Poland
Ph.D, Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedicine and Public Health Thesis title:“Molecular Epidemiology of “HIV/AIDS in Europe” Institute Of Public Health Jagiellonian Medical College
Clinical Internships Baylor College of Medicine Texas,USA (Honors)
M.D, American Academy of Medical Sciences, English Faculty Program, Poland
B.S, Biology and Psychology,Texas State University,USA

Academic Appointment & Employment: Public Health consultant Infectious Disease expert at various Covid-19 emergency Field Hospitals in European Union
Assistant Professor, Institute Public Health Division of Infectious Diseases and epidemiology Jagiellonian Medical University
Assistant Professor,Visiting Research Scholar Department of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Jagiellonian Medical College (English Faculty),Poland
Invited Scholar European Master in Public Health Seminar Series Erasmus Mundus Masters in Public Health. Introduction to Evidence-based Public Health

Honors & Awards: President’s Civic Award for research in public Health and prevention, Dean’s Letter of Commendation Honors List, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, U.S.A Honors, Diagnostic Radiology, Ben Taub Hospital, Houston, Texas,Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, U.S.A Honors, Neuroradiology, Ben Taub Hospital, Houston, SRGSP Award, Summer Research Graduate School Program, Texas State University, Texas, U.S.A

Research Interest

1. Predictive modeling for aging body and brain, optimizing mobility and function in older adults
2. Palliative care and quality of life in neuromuscular degenerative conditions among older populations
3. Skills acquisitions and utility of the “Self Care” and “Patient Expert Programs” in management of cardiopulmonary diseases, arthritis, epilepsy, and dementia
4. Patient and provider knowledge, attitudes and guidelines for adherence in chronic pain management
5. Therapeutic Re purposing: Covid-19 and HIV/AIDS treatment modalities
6. Interplay of molecular epidemiology, mobility and migration:Covid-19 vs HIV/AIDS
7. HIV/STDs in the context of sexual and reproductive health
8. Treatment access and prevention barriers as contributors to health disparities