Seyedtaghi Mirmohammadi

Visiting Scientist

Department of Environmental Health

Seyedtaghi Mirmohammadi 

An associate professor candidate who collaborating with department of environmental at Harvard university with an experience to work at MISHC (Mineral Industry Safety and Health Centre) of The university of Queensland in Australia with a PhD degree in Environmental Technology (indoor air pollution) from the University of Science Malaysia, and an MS.c degree in the field of occupational health from Tehran University of Medical Sciences who has served as Deputy Dean for Health Affairs and University Chancellor Consultant for Toxicology and Safety, and with more than 20 refereed papers published in peer reviewed journals. His research interests include but not limited to: air quality control modeling, toxicology and human exposure, indoor air pollution assessment, indoor air analyzing and control, and particle technology.


 Visiting Scientist of Harvard T.H Chan Public Health School

Harvard University USA, Present

 Researcher in Occupational Health for Australian Miners, 2019

Casual Research Manager of the University of Queensland, Australia

Supervisor: Prof. David Cliff

Research Title: Occupational Health Assessment with Emphasis on Coal Worker‘s Pneumoconiosis in Queensland and NSW Mining Industries.

 Offered Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Occupational Pollutant Exposure and Environment, 2017

South Carolina University (USC), USA

Supervisor: Prof. Lead

Research Title: Environmental Persistence of Novel Nanohybrids Nanomaterials for the Purpose of Understanding how Novel Functionality of Nanohybrids Translates Into the Potential for Environmental Hazard and Risk.

Ph.D. in Environmental Technology, Indoor Air Pollution, 2010

University Science Malaysia (USM), Malaysia

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hakimi Ibrahim

Thesis Title: Evaluation of Diisocyanates and Their Metabolites in the Selected Iranian Polyurethane Factories

M.Sc. in Occupational Health, 2003

Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), Iran

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. J. N. Saraji

Thesis Title: Evaluation of Ergonomic Risk Factors Using QEC Method in a Furniture Producing Unites




Mirmohammadi S. (2012). Isocyanated Modeling and Indoor Psychrometric Parameters Condition.LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG. ISBN 978-3-8484-1061-3.

Book Chapter

Mirmohammadi S, Saraji, J. N., &Hakimi, M.(2011) Evaluation of HexamethyleneDiisocyanate as an Indoor Air Pollutant and Biological Assessment of Hexamethylene Diamine in the Polyurethane Factories.Advanced Air Pollution.Chapter 6; InTech – Open Access Publisher, ISBN 978-953-307-511-2.


Refereed Publications

Mirmohammadi, S., Hosseinalipour, SZ., Tirgar, A., Shabankhani, B. (2019) Measuring mercury in urine among students & professors at the faculty of dentistry Exposed to mercury vapor  by cold vapor atomic absorption technique. Occupational Medicine Quarterly Journal. Spring 85-90.

Mirmohammadi, S,. Gholami, E., Kalteh, HO., Mousavinasab, N. (2019) Investigation of human error focusing on the work ability and its relationship with sleep quality amongst shift work nurses. Occupational Hygiene and Health Promotion. (Persian and English abstract) 3(2): 26-35.

Mirmohammadi, S., Gholizadeh A, A., Mousavinasab, SN, Hosseininejas, SE., Alizadeh, H. (2019) Ergonomics evaluation of the manual material handling tasks in the food industries of Malard County using the 3D “Static Strength Prediction Program” and the Key Indicator Mehod (KIM). Health and Development Journal. (Persian and English abstract), (8)2, 174-185

Mirmohammadi, S., Yazdani Charati, J., Gorganifioozjaee, M. (2018). Assessment of numerical concentration of suspended particles and influence on breathing zone particle size distributions, IJHEH_2018_ [ISI]. In review.

Mirmohammadi, S., Moghaddasi, Y., Yazdani, J., Yosefi Nejad, R., Esfandyari, Y., Gorgani Firouzjaei, M., Habibpour, M. (2017). Correlation between external and internal parameters of exposure to manganese in workers of iron casting foundry. Medycyna Pracy, (68)4: 449-458. [ISI, Medline/Pubmed].

Mirmohammadi, S., Yazarlo, A., Gorganifiroozjaee, M., Mogharrabzadeh, V. (2015). An Investigation of the Relationship between General Health and Job Satisfaction in Workers of an Industrial Slaughterhouse in Golestan Province in 2015. Journal of Health Research in Community, (2): 29-37. (Persian and English abstract).

Mirmohammadi, S., Yazdani, J., Etemadinejad, S., &Asgarinejad, H. (2015). A cross-sectional study on work-related musculoskeletal disorders and associated risk factors among hospital health cares. Procedia Manufacturing, (3): 4528-4534. [ELSEVIER, ISI].

Asadi Behzadkolaee, S. M., Mirmohammadi, S., Yazdani, J., MoradHeidariGorji, A., Toosi, A., Rokni, M., &HeidariGorji.M. A. (2015). Health, safety and environment conditions in primary schools of Northern Iran. Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine, 6(1): 76-70. [PubMed].

Mirmohammadi, S.(2014). Study on Personal Exposures with Airborne Particulate Matter in Iron Casting Factories.  American-Eurasian Journal of Toxicological Sciences, 6(4): 107-113. [ISI]

Mirmohammadi, S.(2014). Manganese Biological Monitoring of Occupational Exposure in Blood Serum Samples from Ferrous Foundry Workers. Advances in Biological Research 8 (6): 282-288. [PubMed].

Mirmohammadi, S.(2014). Particulate matter (PM2.5) Assessment in the Indoor Air of Preliminary Schools’ Classroom, Investigative Results from Rural District of Sari, Iran.American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci., 14 (11): 1275-1280. [ISI]

Mirmohammadi S.(2014). Manganese Exposure and Toxicity. J Pollut Eff Cont. 2:116.

Mirmohammadi, S., &Yazdani, J. (2014). Prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders and associated risk factors among nurses in a public hospital. Iranian Journal of Health Sciences, 2(3): 55-61. [ISC]

Mirmohammadi, S. (2014). Predictive statistical model for indoor manganese airborne particles affected by Psychrometric parameters. Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment. 5(2): 146-151. [SCOPUS]

Moghaddasi, Y.,Mirmohammadi, S., Ahmad, A., EtemadiNejad, S. (2014). Health-risk Assessment for Workers Exposed to Flour Dust: a Cross-Sectional Study of a Random Sample of Bakeries Workers. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 5: 113-118. [ISI, ELSEVIER, Pubmed]

Mirmohammadi, S., Najafpour, G., Ahmad, A., &Hakimi, I. (2013). Bio monitoring of 2,4’–methylene diphenyldianiline for assessment of exposure to methylene diphenyldiisocyanate aerosol. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 4: 208-213. [ISI, ELSEVIER, Pubmed]

Mirmohammadi, S. (2013).Indoor Air Quality Assessment with Emphasis on Flour Dust: A Cross-Sectional Study of a Random Sample from Iranian Bakeries Workers. Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment, 4 (2): 137-141. [SCOPUS]

Mirmohammadi, S., Moghaddasi, Y., &Jalahi, H. (2012). Indoors air pollution modeling based on flour dust in industrial and traditional bakeries. World applied sciences journal, 17(6): 786-791. [IndexCopernicus, DOAJ].

Mirmohammadi, S. (2012). Prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms among foam industry workers. Scientific Reports. 1(7) 1:371; 1-4. Doi:10.4172/scientificreports.371.[SCOPUS]

Mirmohammadi, S., EtemadiNejad, S., Rokni, M.&Asadi, S.M. (2011). Relationships between Indoor Air Pollution and Psychrometric and Effective Factors in the Polyurethane Factories with Emphasis on Methylene DiphenylDiisocyanate. Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment. 2 (4): 366-373. [ISC, DOAJ]

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., &Saraji, J. N. (2010). Modeling of hexamethylenediisocyanate and psychrometric parameters and other effective factors in the polyurethane factories. Indian Journal of Occupational Environ Medicine. Sep-Dec.,14(3): 71–77. PMID:  21461158 [PubMed]

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., Ahmad, A., Mohammadyan, M., &Kamel, K. (2010). Evaluation of Indoor Air Pollution of Polyurethane Industries with Emphasis on Exposure with Methylene DiphenyleDiisocyanate (MDI). Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment. 1(2): 100-105. [ISC, DOAJ]

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., Anees, A., Omar, A. K., Mohammadyan, M., Mirashrafi, S. B. (2009). Indoor Air Pollution Evaluation with Emphasize on HDI and Biological assessment of HDA in the Polyurethane Factories. Environ Monit Assess Journal (EMAS). (165):341-347, 15-May. PMID: 19444630 [ISI, PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., Ahmad, A., Omar, A., Mohammadyan, M., &Mirashrafi, S. B. (2009). Risk assessment of hexamethylenediisocyanate and hexamethylene diamine in the polyurethane factories. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, (25) 4; 613-618, [Pubmed].

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., Anees, A., Omar, A., Norizan, E., Mohammadyan, M., &Mirashrafi, S. B. (2009). Indoor Air Pollution Study on Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) and Biological Assessment of Toluene Diamine (TDA) in the Polyurethane Industries. World Applied Sciences Journal. 6 (2): 227-233, [IndexCopernicus, DOAJ].

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., Anees, A., Omar, A., Mohammadyan, M., &Mirashrafi, S. B. (2009). Evaluation of methylene diphenyldiisocyanate (MDI) as an indoor air pollutant and biological assessment of MDA in the polyurethane factories. Indian Journal of Occupational  Environ Med. 13(1): 38–42. PMID: 20165612, [PubMed].

Mirmohammadi, S., Hakimi, M., Omar, A., Mohamadian, M., &Kamel, K. (2008). Evaluation of concentration Methylene DiphenyleDiisocyanates (MDI) in the polyurethane factories of Iran. J Mazandaran Univiversity of Medical Science, 18(63):83-90. [Scopus].

Mirmohamadi, S., Seraji, J. N., Shahtaheri, J., Lahmi, M., &Ghasemkhani, M. (2004).Evaluation of Risk Factors Causing Musculoskeletal Disorders Using QEC Method in a Furniture Producing Unite. Iranian J Publ Health. (61): 64-68. PMID: 20165612 [PubMed]