Farzaneh Sabahi is a Lecturer for the Center for Biotechnology Education. Dr. Sabahi earned her PhD from Rutgers University in “Microbiology and Molecular Genetics” specializing in Immunology and Medical Virology. She has taught graduate-level courses for over 20 years, supervised 30 thesis projects at both MS and PhD levels, and authored many peer-reviewed articles.
Dr. Sabahi has had multiple managerial experiences at different levels in medical and graduate schools, from clinical laboratory supervision experience to the vice dean of research in academic/research settings. She has been awarded as the distinguished faculty, researcher, and department chair and has been a member of the American Society of Virology since 2004. In 2014, she was awarded a “visiting professor” scholarship at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia and worked with Dr. Luis Montaner on better recognizing the interferon-α sensitivity/resistance in chronically viral infected individuals.
Dr. Sabahi began teaching at Hopkins in 2018. She teaches several courses for the Center for Biotechnology Education, such as Principles of Immunology, Infectious Diseases, and Genomic and Personalized Medicine.