Dr. Morteza Mahmoudi leads a virtual discussion about his efforts to diminish bullying in the academic workspace.
Morteza Mahmoudi is an Iranian-American nanotechnologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology at Michigan State University. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at Harvard University. Mahmoudi is a winner of 2018 BRIght Futures Prize, 2018 IGNITE Award, and 2016 USERN Prize. He is known for his works on academic bullying; he is also a co-founder of a non-profit organization called the Academic Parity Movement which is focused on addressing academic bullying issue in various disciplines.
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