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Babak Michael Nayeri

Babak Michael Nayeri
Dr. Babak Michael Nayeri
Associate Professor
College of Medicine
University of Arizona


Dedicated his professional career to research, translational research into clinical practice, population health, health systems improvement, public health, and teaching the future workforce. Dr. Nayeri has over 16 years of Academic Teaching, research and health systems leadership experience including military health systems, public health, and postgraduate teaching. He has mentored undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate medical students, and residents, as well as clinical teams to peak performance through strategic thinking, evidence-based decision making, innovation, and proven clinical models. Excellent teachers are enthusiastic. For Prof. Nayeri, enthusiasm is positively cyclical and fosters a more comfortable environment that motivates students by engaging their minds, creating a rapport and inspiring them. A common and reflective comment in the student evaluations is “Dr. Nayeri is always friendly and helpful”. My favorite way of generating enthusiasm is by trying to relate the material to clinical experiences. These may be handson experiences in the case of a lab experiment, or experiences of daily clinical real-life that are commonly shared by the students, or personal or research experiences that I can uniquely and clearly illustrate or describe. I find illustrating concepts with experiences, as opposed to simply listing facts, makes the subject interesting and important. Dr. Nayeri holds joint clinical appointments: Clinical associate professor at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine, General Internal Medicine, Division of Geriatrics Research Associate, Center on Aging Scientific Member, Healthy Brain Research Network Adjunct Professor, University of Arizona, Mel & Enid Zukerman College of Public Health Adjunct Professor, Arizona State University, College of Health Solutions & the College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Research Interest

Alzheimer’s disease influence on cognitive aging, Arthritis, pain,Falls, injury, Mental and behavioral health issues in terrorism and disasters, Resiliency and Aging