alexa Daniel Darvish
ISSN: 2168-9547

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Daniel Darvish

 Professor, Tissue Procurement Core Laboratory

Daniel Darvish is working at  Tissue Procurement Core Laboratory and ARM is unique and special because it is patients that are directly involved in helping to achieve a cure. In 1997 ARM was founded by brothers, physicians and HIBM patients, Dr. Daniel and Dr. Babak Darvish. Since, they have dedicated their lives to HIBM research and to spreading awareness. The patients are the reason ARM is here, for its current and future generations and we welcome you to experience the stories of each patient through their eyes.

Research Interest

 Molecular biology, Medical Sciences, Immunology and integrative medicine


Mixed Inbred FVB;B6 Background Strain Attenuates Kidney Disease and Improves Survival of Gnem712t/M712T Mice

Yadira Valles-Ayoub, Arman Haghighatgoo, Chai Saechao, Zeshan Khokher, Christopher Creencia, Oscar Scremin, Gregory Lawson, DVM, Babak Darvish and Daniel Darvish

Research Article: Molecular Biology 2012, 1:104

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