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Dr Sajjad Rahnama'i
Maastricht University Medical Centre

ICS 2019

Podium Short Oral Session 4 Nocturia 41 The Effect of Sacral Neuromodulation (SNM) during the Tined Lead Procedure (TLP) on Nocturia in Patients with Overactive Bladder Syndrome (OAB)

Open Discussion ePoster Session 31 E-Poster 3 602 Urinary Microbiome and Its Correlation with Functional Disorders of the Genitourinary Tract

Non Discussion Abstract Session 37 Non Discussion Abstract 766 The Effect of Sacral Neuromodulation (SNM) on Nocturia

ICS 2018

Open Discussion ePoster Session 28 Open Discussion ePosters 500 The Urodynamic Effect of Cerebrolysin in after Spinal Cord Injured Female Wistar Rats

Non Discussion Abstract Session 36 Non Discussion Abstracts 703 Intravesical Abobotulinum toxin A Injection for Patients with Detrusor Overactivity - 5 year follow up results

ICS 2017

Podium Short Oral Session 34 Basic Science 3 576 Functional connectivity of brain areas involved in bladder filling Sensation using 7 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Open Discussion ePoster Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 627 Gender Differences in Prevalence of Nocturia in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS)

Open Discussion ePoster Session 35 Open Discussion ePosters 3 653 Long Term Compliance and Results of Intravesical Botulinum Toxin A Injections in Male Patients

Non Discussion Abstract Session 41 Non Discussion Abstracts 816 Patients Reluctance to Visit a Doctor for Nocturia

ICS 2016

Podium Short Oral Session 2 Environmental and Metabolic Factors in Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Reduction of Nocturia in Patients Treated with C-PAP for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

ICS 2014

Podium Poster Session 20 Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Women 1 331 Multicenter Analysis of 10 Years Follow up after Repeat Intravesical Botulinum toxin-A Injections in Patients with Detrusor Overactivity

Open Discussion Poster Session 31 Basic Science 447 Phosphodiesterase Type 2 (PDE2) Expression on Nerves and Interstitial Cells of the Guinea Pig Urinary Bladder

ICS 2012

Non Discussion Poster Session 31 361 EFFECTIVITY AND COMPLICATIONS OF REPEATED BOTULINUM TOXIN-A INJECTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH THERAPY RESISTENT DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY

ICS 2011

Non Discussion Poster Session 29 326 The distribution of the prostaglandin E receptors type 1 and 2 in the obstructed human urinary bladder

ICS/IUGA 2010

Non Discussion Abstract Session 33 Read by Title 1040 The role of prostaglandins in the muscarinic response in the isolated normal guinea pig bladder

Non Discussion Abstract Session 33 Read by Title 1043 The first indication of Phosphodiesterase type 2 presence in the Guinea Pig Bladder

ICS 2009

Podium Poster Session 18 Detrusor Overactivity Non-Clinical 191 EVIDENCE FOR PROSTAGLANDIN INVOLVEMENT IN NEURO-MODULATION IN THE GUINEA PIG BLADDER

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Sajjad Rahnama'i

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Profession:Urologist
Qualifications:PhD Staff Member
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Mohammad Sajjad Rahnama’i is born on May 18th 1979 in Tehran (Iran). After finishing elementary school at the age of 12 in Iran, his family emigrated to the Netherlands, where he was sent to the school for basic technical skills (LTS, Delta college in Brunssum), like all newly arrived, foreign children. After figuring out the Dutch school system, he changed to a higher level, in order to gain access to the university and study medicine. After 1 year of LTS and 1 year at a middle level high school MAVO, he was able to convince the school board to make an exception and let him attend the Dutch grammar school (Atheneum, Rombouts College in Brunssum), from which he graduated in 1998. In that year, his name did not turn up at the Dutch national lottery for entering medical school. He therefore took the entrance exam and entered the medical school (Diepenbeek, Belgium). He graduated in the first year with honours and returned to the medical faculty of the Maastricht University in 1999, from where he graduated his bachelor in 2003 and master in 2005, both with honours degree. He started his clinical work as a medical doctor at the intensive care unit in Heerlen followed by one year at the surgery department in Sittard. In 2007, he started his PhD research at the urology department in Maastricht, under the supervision of Prof. Van Kerrebroeck, Dr. Van Koeveringe and Prof. Gillespie from Newcastle (United Kingdom). In 2008, he received a personal Mozaïek grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). He was accepted in the Dutch urology resident program in 2009 and started his training in 2011. He finalized and defended his PhD in november 2013 Cum Laude. Beside his research, he is a member of the city counsel of his hometown Heerlen from 2006 and has taken part in Persian music ensembles. He is married to Elham Siasati and is a proud father of 2 sons and 2 daughters: Behzad, Niekdad, Dorzad and Mehrzad, born in '08, '10, '13 and '15 respectively.

Dr Sajjad Rahnama'i declared on the Wednesday 9th January 2019 that they had the following existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations:

Dr Pfleger

  • Speaker Honorarium

Society of Urological Research and Education (SURE)

  • Director or employee
  • Other: Chairman

Zambon

  • Fellowship, travel grants

Ferring

  • Research grant

Astellas

  • Fellowship, travel grants
  • Research grant
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