PhD, MSPH, BSc (Nutrition)
Associate Professor of Health Management
Associate Professor Ahmad SAEDISOMEOLIA has joined the College of Health Sciences (CHS), Education Centre of Australia (ECA) in 2023. Ahmad is originally a nutritionist. Before he joined CHS-ECA, he was a Senior Researcher and Lecturer at McGill University, Montreal, Canada (2020-2023). Ahmad has been graduated (PhD) from the School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Newcastle, Australia (2008). His Master’s and Bachelors are on “Nutrition in Public Health” and “Nutrition and Dietetics”, respectively. From 2008 to 2020, Dr. Ahmad SAEDISOMEOLIA has been a faculty member of Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) as Assistant Professor (5y), Associate Professor (4y), and Full Professor (2y). He has also been a Researcher at the School of Medicine, Western Sydney University (2014-2015) as well as a Research Affiliate with the Charles Perkins Centre of University of Sydney (2014-2015). Dr. SAEDISOMEOLIA has had considerable academic appointments such as Vice-Dean for Education (3y), Vice-Dean for International Affairs (3y), and the Head of the Department at the School of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics, TUMS (5 years). Ahmad has outstanding research and teaching experience with around 100 publications (including 10 books and book chapters) mainly in leading journals (H-index=27, citations=2660), with around 3500 hours of teaching experience. Ahmad has received awards both in teaching (Best Teaching Award from TUMS) and research (Best Research Paper Award from Singapore Medical Association). Also, he has worked with well-known industry sectors such as European Union (as an Expert in Health Curricula Development), and Merck Company as the Scientific Chair of International Conferences of “Functional Foods and Healthy Supplements” held in Dubai both in 2017 and 2018. Moreover, Associate Professor Ahmad SAEDISOMEOLIA has collaborated with many Australian, Canadian, European, and Iranian leading institutions and scientists with an effective connection to expand the learning and research related to human health.