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Vahid Akmali
Assistant Professor of Zoology
Department of Biology
Faculty of Science
Razi University
 
Personal Details: 
Marital Status: married
Date of Birth: 1975/8/24
Address: Dept of Biology, Faculty of Science Razi University,
Kermanshah, Iran.
Telfax: +988334274545
E-mail: v_akmali@yahoo.com, v_akmali@razi.ac.ir
 
Education:
-          1996 -1999 Shiraz University. BSc in general biology.
-          2002- 2004 Razi University. MSc in Zoology.
-          2006- 2011 Tehran University. PhD in Zoology.
 
Work experience:
-          DNA Extraction, Gel Electrophoresis, PCR, Chromosomal Preparation, Able to culture meal worms.
 
Research interests:
-          Morphological and Molecular Systematic, karyology, Biogeography and Phylogeny of the Iranian Plateau fauna with special reference to Chiroptera and subterranean animals.
 
Skills:
-          Able to operate efficiently PC computer.
-          Familiar with SPSS, PHYLIP, Paup, TREEVIEW, Network, Past, Systat, BioEdite, NCPA, JMODEL TEST, ARLEQUIN and Dnasp.
 
Postgraduate student thesis:
-          Robab Mehdizadeh (2011). MSc graduate in zoology, geographic variation of M. scherebersii using molecular markers. 
-          Marziyeh Moradi (2011). MSc graduate in zoology, geographic variation of M. blythii using molecular markers.
-          Shiva Bagherfard (2011). MSc graduate in zoology, A biosystematics study on the bat, Rhinopoma microphyllum, in Iran using morphoassay and molecular methods.
-          Hossain Ferassat (2014). PhD degree in zoological systematic, ecology of N. kaiseri.
-          Fatemeh Kavyani (2014). MSc graduate in Histology and Embryology. Comparative morphological and histochemical study of digestive tract in insectivorous (Rhinolophus, Rhinopoma) and frugivorous (Rousettus) bats.
-          Ali MohamadNiakan (2015). MSc graduate in zoology, Biodiversity of subterranean species genus Niphargus in karst and cave environments in north of Ilam province.
-          Firoozeh Heidari, (2015). MSc graduate in zoology, Diversity of subterranean freshwater amphipods of the genus Niphargus in Kermanshah Province.
-          Fatemeh Ghadery-Jah (2015). MSc graduate in zoology, Biodiversity of subterranean amphipods genus Niphargus in southern parts of Hamedan Province.
 
 
 
Publications:
 
Peer reviewed papers
 
1-      Mohadeseh Afroosheh, Vahid Akmali, Somayeh Esmaeili-Rineh, and Mozafar Sharifi. (2015). On the distribution, abundance and conservation status of the endangered yellow spotted mountain newt Neurergus microspilotus (caudata: salamandridae) in western Iran. Herpetological Conservation & Biology. Accepted.
2-      AkmaliV, Mehdizadeh R, Chaghamirza K, Moradi M and Sharifi M. (2015). Taxonomic evaluation of the bent-winged bat (Miniopterus) populations occurring in Iran inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome- b sequences. Mammalia, 79(4): 449–455.
3-      Sharifi M, Akmali V, Fathinia B, Veisi S and Esmaeili-Rineh S. (2014). Record of predation on the bat Rhinopoma microphyllum (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) by the Spalerosophis microlepis (Reptilia: Colubridae), in western Iran. Galemys:Spanish Journal of Mammalogy, 26: 114-118.
4-      Javanbakht H, Sharifi M, Akmali V, Ghaderi H and Salehzadeh A. (2014). Variation Pattern of Sperm Competition in Two Bats, Pipistrellus kuhlii and Hypsugo savii (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) During Winter in Iran. Journal of Zoological and Bioscience Research, 1, 4:44-48.
5-      Sharifi M, Veisi S, Javanbakht H and Akmali V. (2012). Postnatal growth and wing development in the Kuhl’s pipistrelles, Pipistrellus kuhlii (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) in captivity. Zoological studies. 51(8): 1235-1247.
6-      Akmali V, Farazmand A, Darvish J and Sharifi M. (2011). Phylogeography and taxonomic status of the greater mouse-tailed bat Rhinopoma microphyllum (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) in Iran.ActaChiropterologica, 13(2): 279–290.
7-      Akmali V, Sharifi M, Esmaeili-Rineh S and Ghorbani R. (2008). Evidence of sperm storage inMyotis capaccinii (Chiroptera:Vespertilionidae) in western Iran. J. Vet. Res.63, 2:47-52.
8-      Sharifi M, Rastegar-Pouyani N, Akmali V and Assadian Narengi S. (2008). On distribution and conservation status of Neurergus kaiseri (Caudata: Salamandridae). Russian Journal of Herpetology. Vol. 15, No. 3, 2008, pp. 169 – 172.
9-      Sharifi M and Akmali V. (2006).Postnatal growth in the Lesser Mouse-eared bat, Myotis blythii in captivity. Zoology in the Middle East. 37: 13-20.
10- Sharifi M and Akmali V. (2006). On occurrence and life history of Myotis capaccinii (Vespertilionidae) in Iran. Iranian journal of animal biosystematics.Vol. 2, No. 1, 13-17.
11- Sharifi M, Ghorbani R, and Akmali V. (2004). The reproductive cycle in Pipistrellus kuhlii  (Chiroptera: Vespertiliniodae) in western Iran. Mammalia. 68 (4): 323-327.
12- Akmali V, Sharifi M and Farasat H. (2004). Habitat selection by P. pipistrellus senso lato(Chiroptera) in Dinevar region in Kermanshah province. Zoology in the Middle East. 33: 43-50.
 
Papers published in proceeding:
 
1-      Mehdizadeh Robab, Akmali Vahid and Sharifi Mozafar.(2015). Species diversity of bats in Alisheikh cave in West Azerbaijan province. 33nd National Geosciences Symposium. Geological Survey of Iran, Tehran.
2-      Fatemeh Ghadery-Jah, Firooze Heidari,Vahid Akmali and Somayeh Esmaeili-Rineh. (2015). Cave biodiversity. 33nd National Geosciences Symposium. Geological Survey of Iran, Tehran.
3-      Mohamad Niakan A, Heidari F, Ghaderi-jah F, Akmali V and Esmaeili-Rineh S. (2014). The adaptations of subterranean animals in hypogean environments. 32nd National & the 1st International Geosciences Congress. Boali University of Hamedan.
4-      Akmali V, Akbarpoor M, Esmaeili-Rineh S, and Rastegar-Pouyani N. (2014). On cave-dwelling lizards of the family Gekkonidae in the Zagros Mountains. 32nd National & the 1st International Geosciences Congress. Boali University of Hamedan.
5-        Esmaeili-Rineh S, Karampor N, Akmali V, Taheri K, and Sharifi M. (2014). The conservational importance of echological and evolutionary functions in cave and karst environment. 32nd National & the 1st International Geosciences Congress. Boali University of Hamedan.
6-      Mehdizadeh R, Akmali V, Sharifi M and Moradi M. (2013). Cranial size and shape differences in the long-fingered bat (Miniopterus schreibersii) based on traditional and geometric morphometrics. 4th Razi university conference. 8-11 December. 2013. Kermanshah.
7-      Mehdizadeh R, Akmali V, Sharifi M and Moradi M. (2013). Cranial size and shape differences in the long-fingered bat (Miniopterus schreibersii) based on traditional and geometric morphometrics. 4th Razi university conference. 8-11 December. 2013. Kermanshah.
8-      Veisi S, Sharifi M, Javanbakht H and Akmali V. (2012). Development and morphology of wing in the Kuhl’s pipistrelles, Pipistrellus kuhlii (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae). 3th Razi university conference. Kermanshah.
9-      Akmali V, Sharifi M, and Esmaeili-Rineh S. (2011). Corrective measures in management of bat habitats in central Zagros. 1th conservation of biodiversity in the central Zagross landscape conservation zone project. Isfahan University of technology. Full paper.
10- Esmaeili- Rineh S, Akmali V, Sari A and Sharifi M. (2010). Biodiversity in karst areas and role of conservation in the stability of karst ecosystem. 1th Iranian national conference on applied research in water resources. Kermanshah University of technology. Full paper.
11- Akmali V, Farassat H and Sharifi M. (2004). Habitat selection by Rhinopoma microphyllum (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) In Dinevar region in Kermanshah province. The 2nd Congress on Applied Biology (International Approach). Islamic Azad University. Full paper, Vol. 1: 35-46.
 
Seminar Presentation:
1-      Akmali V, Sharifi M, and Esmaeili-Rineh S. (2014). Taxonomic status of Rhinopoma muscatellum Thomas, 1903 (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) in Iran. 88th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Mammalian Biology. Giessen (Germany), 1st–4th September.
2-      Esmaeili-Rineh S and Akmali V. (2014). The variation in morphological characters of N. alisadri populations. 18th National and 6th International Congress of Biology in Iran. 26-29 August.
3-      Akmali V and Sharifi M. (2012). Canae Gabru Cave: a chiropteran dominated ecosystem in south of Iran. 21st International Conference on Subterranean Biology 2–7 September, 2012, Košice, Slovakia.
4-      Heidari H, Akmali V and Sharifi M. (2012). On new geographic distribution records of the mouse tailed bat (Rhinopoma: Rhinopomatidae) in Iran. The 17national and 7 international Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
5-      Bagherfard Kakesh S, Gharzi A and Akmali V. (2012). Genetic diversity of the greater mouse-tailed bat Rhinopoma microphyllum in Iran with using cytochrome b gene. The 17national and 7 international Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
6-      Sharifi M, Akmali V, Moradi M and Mehdizadeh R. (2012). Geographic variation in the lesser mouse-eared bat (Myotis blythi) on the basis of cranial size and shape differences in Iran. The 17national and 7 international Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
7-      Akmali V, Sharifi M, Chaghamirza K, Mehdizadeh R and Moradi M. (2012). Taxonomy of the long-fingered bat (Miniopterus schreibersii) based on mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. The 17national and 7 international Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
8-      Mehdizadeh R, Akmali V and Moradi M. (2012). Geographic variation in Long fingers bat (Miniopterus schreibersii) based on dental and cranial morphometric in Iran. The 17national and 7 international Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
9-      Mehdizadeh R, Sharifi M, Akmali V and Moradi M. (2012). Sexual dimorphism in the long-fingered bat (Miniopterus schreibersii) based on traditional and geometric morphometrics from west north to south of Iran. The 17national and 7 international Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
10- Moradi M, Akmali V, Sharifi M, Cheghamirza K and Mehdizadeh R. (2012). Taxonomy of the lesser mouse-eared bat (Myothis blythi) in Iran based on mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. The 17national and 7 International Iranian Biology Conference. Bahonar University. Kerman.
11- Akmali V, Farazmand A, Darvish J and Sharifi M. (2010). Phylogeography and population genetic structure of the greater mouse-tailed bat, R.microphyllum in Iran. 15th International bat research Conference. , Prague, Czech Republic, 23-27 August 2010.
12- Akmali V, Farazmand A, Darvish J and Sharifi M. (2011). Taxonomic Status of Rhinopoma microphyllum (Brunnich, 1782) (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae) in Iran. BioSystematics Berlin 2011.
13- Akmali V, Sharifi M, Darvish J and Esmaeili-Rineh S. (2010). Distribution and abundance of cave-dwelling bats in Fars province, Iran: implication to bat conservation. 15th International bat research Conference. Prague, Czech Republic, 23-27 August 2010.  
14- Akmali V, Esmaeili-Rineh S and Farazmand A. (2010). Diversity and Distribution of subterranean species in karst areas of Iran. 20th International Conference on Subterranean Biology. Postjona, Republic of Slovenia, 29 August- 3September 2010.
15- Akmali V,Farazmand A, Rahimi P, Javanbakht H, Tajik P, Sharifi M. (2007). A review of bat studies in Iran. V European Congress of Mammalogy. Hystrx It. J. Mamm. (n.s.) Supp.
16- Sharifi M, Afkari F and Akmali V. (2007). Distribution and abundance of cave-dwelling bats in Zagros range in western Iran. V European Congress of Mammalogy. Hystrx It. J. Mamm. (n.s.) Supp.
17- Ghorbani R, Farasat H, Akmali V and Sharifi M. (2007). Reproductive cycle in the great mouse-tallied bat (Rhinopoma microphyllum) in western Iran. V European Congress of Mammalogy. Hystrx It. J. Mamm. (n.s.) Supp.
18- Sharifi M and Akmali V. (2004). On occurrence and life history of Myotis capaccinii in Iran. 13th international Bat Research Conference, Mikolajki, Poland, 23-27 August 2004.
19- Sharifi M, Akmali V,Fazeli A and Holt W. (2004). Postnatal growth in four infant Kuhl's bats (Pipistrellus kuhlii) reared in a flight cage. (2004). 13th international Bat Research Conference, Mikolajki, Poland, 23-27 August 2004.
20- Sharifi M and Akmali V. (2004). Bat associations in a group of non-breeding Mehelyi horseshoe bat Rhinolophus mehelyiikept in a flight cage. 13th international Bat Research Conference, Mikolajki, Poland, 23-27 August 2004.
21- Akmali V, Hemmatti Z, Rahimi P, Farassat H and Sharifi M. (2004). On new distribution records of bats from Iran. 13th international Bat Research Conference, Mikolajki, Poland, 23-27 August 2004.
22- Ghorbani R, Sharifi M and Akmali V. (2004). Evidence of sperm storage inMyotis capaccinii  (Chiroptera:Vespertilioniodae) in western Iran. 13th international Bat Research Conference, Mikolajki, Poland, 23-27 August 2004.
23- Ghorbani R, Sharifi M and Akmali V. (2003). The reproductive cycle in Pipistrellus kuhlii (Chiroptera:Vespertiliniodae) in western Iran. In the proceeding of the 4th European Conference of Mammalogy. Brno Czeck. Republic.
24- Sharifi M, and Akmali V. (2005).Geographic variation in the Mehely's horse shoe bat rhinolophus mehelyii (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) in Zagros Mts. Iran. Xth European Bat Research Symposium, 21-26 August 2005.
25- Akmali V and Sharifi M. (2005). Care and maintenance of five species of bat in a flight cage. Xth European Bat Research Symposium, 21-26 August 2005.
26- Sharifi M, Ferrasat H and Akmali V. Sexual dimorphism in the greater mouse-tailed bat, Rhinopoma microphyllum in Northern Mesopotamian plain. IX International Mammalogical Congress, Sapporo, Japan. 31 July – 5 August 2005.
27- Akmali V, Farasat H. and Sharifi M. (2003). Habitat selection by Pipistrellus pipistrellus (Chiroptera) in Dinevar region in Kermanshah province.11th Iranian Conference of Biology. Urmia University.
28- Akmali Vand Sharifi M. (2004). Postnatal growth in three infant Lesser Mouse-eared bat (Myotis blythii) reared in a flight cage. 6th Iranian Congress of Anatomical Science. Shiraz University of Medical Science.
29- Akmali V, Ghorbani R and Sharifi M. (2003). Reproductive cycle in male Pipistrellus kuhlii (Chiroptera:Vespertiliniodae) in western Iran. 1st Iranian conference for cell and developmental biology, Tehran University.
30- Akmali Vand Sharifi M. (2004). A comparison between the rates of postnatal growth in a free ranging and a captive population of the Lesser mouse-eared bat, Myotis blythii (Chiroptera). 12th Conference on biological science. Boali University hamadan.
31- Akmali V, Feizi H and Rastegar pouyani N. (2005).On unknown specimens of the genus Asaccus (Sauria: Gekkonidae) from the Zagros Mountains, Kurdistan province, western iran. 13th Iranian biology conference, Guilan University, 23-25 August 2005.
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