Dr Shima Bakhshalizadeh is an enthusiastic Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine Science at the Caspian Sea Basin Research Center, University of Guilan, Iran.
She is a researcher and co-researcher in many research projects, which particularly focus on her current research interests of marine biology, sturgeon life history and migration. She has published many scientific papers in academic and scientific research journals and also in ISI-indexed/JCR journals. She is currently writing two scientific books, to be published by a notable academic press. She was awarded a grant from the Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund in 2015.
Shima has an active presence at many national and international scientific congresses and conferences, where she presents papers both orally and as poster presentations.
She was a fourth-class graduate in her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Guilan, with a GPA of 17.14 (out of 20.00), undertaken between 2001-2006. Shima was a first-class graduate in her Master of Science’s degree in Marine Biology from the University of Guilan, with a GPA of 18.60 (out of 20.00), undertaken between 2008-2009, Her submitted thesis had an excellent grade and a GPA of 19.63 (out of 20.00). She obtained her PhD in Marine Biology from the University of Guilan with a GPA of 19.30 (out of 20.00), undertaken between 2013-2017, Her PhD thesis received an excellent grade and a GPA of 19.90 (out of 20.00).